National Museum of Cambodia
The national museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh is Cambodia’s largest museum of cultural history and is the country’s leading museum of cultural history and is the country’s leading historical and archaeological museum. The museum houses one of the world’s largest collections of Khmer art, including sculptural, ceramics, bronzes and ethnographic objects.
Chambok Village Cambodia is a land of culture, tradition and the Khmer ethnic civilization. A Cambodia countryside homestay is one of the best ways to fully immerse students in Cambodia while experiencing absolute authenticity. At the Chambok Village homestay, you will enjoy a traditional cooking lesson from the women who run the women’s restaurant co-operative, along with rice harvesting on the farm and visiting and participating in activities at the local primary school.
Cambodian Cultural Village
A unique, sprawling new cultural attraction in Siem Reap, intended to introduce students to Cambodian culture and history. Enjoy a full scale model of a variety of Cambodian architectural types, including different styles of huts and homes, hill tribe houses and pagoda’s.
Aspsara Dance Show
Enjoy a Aspsara dance performance, a taste of classical Khmer culture. The Aspsara dance is a classical dance inspired by the apsara carvings and sculptures of Angkor and developed in the late 1940s by Queen Sisowath Kossamak.
Tara Angkor Cooking Class
Tara Angkor offer’s students culinary tours and cooking classes focussing on traditional Khmer cuisine. Begin with a trip to a traditional local market with an introduction to local culinary culture, food and ingredients followed by the cooking class at the restaurant. Students will have an assigned specialist Khmer chief to assist with the cooking equipment and cooking procedures of the local cuisine dishes.