Traditional Cambodian Clothing

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Traditional Cambodian garments are like many other aspects of Cambodian culture: rich and vibrant. Cambodian clothing tends to be very bright and beautifully embroidered. The styles have lasted throughout time since the Khmer Empire and can be seen in present-day Cambodia. The sampot is the most common article of clothing. An array of colors are used for this clothing. It is wrapped around the body in the fashion of a skirt. For more formal occasions women tend to wear a Sampot Chang Kben, which is similarly wrapped as a sampot, but in the fashion of pants. The brightly colored cloth is typically embroidered with beautiful gold metallic thread. There are many types of sampots, all of which have unique differences and patterns…

The Krama

This famous Cambodian Scarf is unique to this region of the world. The unisex checkered & brightly scarf is seen all over the country with a very vast usage. It is employed as a scarf, a handkerchief, or to carry things (even children!). But it can also protect from harsh sun, or wear under a hat and many other purposes. The fashion world captured this scarf, and the influence of the traditional Cambodian scarf is now seen in stores around the world. To make your trip perfect, we will give you one Krama whenever you booked with us…

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