Sunset in Sihanouk Ville

Unforgetable Beautiful Sunset in Sihanouk Ville.

Lovers`s Candle

Have you ever been with someone here under the Candle Light?

Bank in Sihanouk Ville

Bank in Sihanouk Ville.

Buddha Statue

Buddha Statue on Victory Hill Monument in Sihanouk Ville.

fresh grilled squids

fresh grilled squids on Ocheurteal Beach!



Smoke and Pepper

Smoke and Pepper Restaurant

smokepepperFor a perfect evening meal out check out smoke and pepper new restaurant opened in Sihanouk Ville owned by a couple of good russian guys from Siberia ,And specialise in quality and good service... For More Info:

All Nations

All Nations Guesthouse

all nations guesthouse victory hillWelcome to All Nations Guesthouse! We are located on Victory Hill, Sihanouk Ville, Cambodia.
We offer Monthly Rates from 150$ per month.
  • 24hr Security
  • 24hr Bar
  • Cable TV in all the rooms
  • Free WiFi in all the rooms
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Cambodia Water Festival

Bon Om Touk (Water Festival)
Tonle Sap, Cambodia
01 November - 30 November, Date to be confirmed

The exuberant Bon Om Touk (Water Festival) is an extremely important cultural event in Cambodia that marks the incredible natural spectacle of the reversing flow of the Tonle Sap River. The natural phenomenon occurs during the monsoon season when the water levels of the lower Mekong become so high that it reverses the flow of the Tonle Sap River, forcing the water back up on itself. This event also marks the start of the fishing season and provides a vital source of income for many rural Cambodians. Bon Om Touk begins on the full moon in November and parties, celebrations and cultural displays take place during the next three days of the festival. But the main attraction is the boat races which is a tradition that dates back to the ninth century and the reign of King Jayavarman II. The event has a great carnival atmosphere with markets and food stalls lining the banks and each evening closes with a fireworks display over the river.

Khmer New Year

13 or 14 Apr

Known as 'Chaul Chnam Thmey' in the Khmer language, the Cambodian New Year is a three-day celebration that usually falls in mid-April. The event is a grand occasion throughout the country and is celebrated with religious ceremonies at shrines and temples. It's also common to share a lavish meal with friends, families and loved ones. Celebrations typically end with a loud fireworks display.

Cambodia Independence Day

Independence Day

09 November 

This day celebrates Cambodia's independence from France which was achieved in 1953. Festivities take place all over the country but particularly in the capital of Phnom Penh at the Independence Monument. Shaped like a lotus flower, the monument is one of the city's most easily-recognised landmarks. The King usually attends the celebrations and delivers a speech to the crowds.

Victory Over Genocide Day

Victory over Genocide Day

07 January

Sitting awkwardly between liberation and occupation depending on how you view history, Victory over Genocide Day commemorates the Vietnamese assault on Cambodia which brought an end to the Khmer Rouge's bloody regime. The Vietnamese troops entered Cambodia on 7 January 1979 and each year the day is marked with remembrance services, exhibitions and cultural displays.