Cambodia Water Festival
The Cambodian Water Festival (variously spelled in the original Khmer as Bon Om Touk, or Bon Om Thook, or Bonn Om Teuk, or Bon Om Tuk) takes place once a year, on the full moon of the Buddhist month of Kadeuk. Cambodians celebrate the life-giving Tonle Sap with three days of festivals, fluvial parades, boat races, fireworks, and general merriment.
Pithi Chrat Preah Neanng Korl the Cambodian Royal Ploughing Ceremony
The Royal Ploughing Ceremony kicks off the years rice planting season for Cambodias farmers. Cambodians believe the ceremony predicts events like floods, bumper crops, famine, and illness. With details on the event's date and venue.