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Kingdom of Cambodia

Motto Nation, Religion, King
Official Language Khmer
Capital and largest city Phnom Penh
Ethnic groups 90% Khmer, 5% Vietnamese, 1% Chinese, 4% others
Religion Official: Theravada BuddhismOther religions:    Islam Christian other
Government Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy
–  Monarch      Norodom Sihamoni
–  Prime Minister Hun Sen
Area 181,035 km2
Climate Dominated by monsoons, temperature range from 21 to 35 °C (69.8 to 95.0 °F). Rainy season from May to October (hot and wet). Dry season from November to April.
Population       15,458,332 (estimate 2014)
Currency Riel (KHR)USD$ 1 = 4100 KHR
Time Zone UTC + 7
Drives on the Right
ISO 3166 code KH
Internet TLD .kh
International tel code +855
Electricity Power 220v (minimum)
Visa USD$30 for 30 day tourist visa, available upon arrival at Phnom Penh International Airport, Siem Reap International Airport and at most international land border crossing checkpoints. Cambodia tourist visa online is also available and apply through this link
Airport taxes Included in airfare

Public Holidays in Cambodia for the year 2015

January 01 International New Year Day
January 07 Victory over Genocide Day
February 03 Meak Bochea Day
March 08 International Women Day
April 14, 15, 16 Khmer New Year Day
May 01 International Labor Day
May 02 Visak Bochea Day
May 06 Royal Plowing Ceremony
May 13, 14, 15 King’s Birthday, Norodom Sihamoni
June 01 International Children Day
June 18 King’s Mother Birthday, Norodom Monineath Sihanouk
September 24 Constitutional Day
October 11, 12, 13 Pchum Ben Day
October 15 Commemoration Day of King’s Father, Norodom Sihanouk
October 23 Paris Peace Agreements Day
October 29 King’s Coronation Day, Norodom Sihamoni
November 09 Independence Day
November 24, 25, 26 Water Festival Ceremony
December 10 International Human Rights Day


  • The public holidays listed above is referred to the Prakas Nº 248 Kor.Bor/Bror.Kor, issued on October 22, 2014 by Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training, stated about Paid Public Holiday for 2015.
  • Any public holidays which overlap with Sunday, the following working day will be substituted.