Khmer New Year: a recipe for happiness and freedom of the mind

As we await the official celebration of Khmer New Year next weekend, many Cambodians are organising neighbourhood or village parties in honour of the tradition. Games, dancing and smiles, as at this party in a Boeung Snor district on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. It’s a chance to have fun, get together with friends and family and eat well. 

Fête de quartier en attendant le Nouvel An Khmer

Cambodians love to party and get together for traditional celebrations, and what better way to celebrate than by celebrating Cambodian food? You’ll always find delicious num banh chok, fermented rice noodles served cold with a light fish sauce, accompanied by fresh herbs, vegetables and fruit, or other very Khmer specialities; it’s a feast for the senses! 

For these celebrations, the restaurants of the Thalias group remain open! And for those who wish to celebrate this Khmer New Year in style but don’t have the time to cook, consider Le Malis! They can prepare family meals on request, on the spot or to take away, in both Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. 

World Dining Catering, spécialisé dans les grands événements et célébrations

Khéma restaurants are also offering an exciting opportunity to celebrate the Khmer New Year with a generous free flow for the modest sum of $25 net! Don’t miss out on this amazing chance to indulge in some of the best cuisine in town! For those looking for larger meals, consider our World Dining Catering chain, which specializes in organizing prestige banquets, large family celebrations, and other events, and offers delicious Cambodian and other Asian menus. 

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