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National symbols of Cambodia

Each country has their natural icons. Here you can find an overview of Cambodia’s national tree, flower, fruit, fish, reptile, bird and mammal. continue reading about Cambodia’s natural icons


Cambodia is located close to the equator; between 10 to 13 degrees north, and enjoys a tropical climate, with warm to hot temperatures. The annual monsoon cycle alternates wet and dry seasons. The monsoon usually kicks off gently in May, has a peak in July, August and September … read about Cambodia’s climate

Cambodian flag

Cambodia, the Country

Accustomed to having been an outstanding civilisation, a prosperous, large, flourishing and glorious nation, with high prestige radiating like a diamond,
Having declined grievously during the past two decades, having gone through … learn more about Cambodia, the country

countryside Cambodia


Cambodia is a land of paddies and forests dominated by the Mekong River and Tonle Sap.
Cambodia is located in South-East Asia. Cambodia is bordered by Thailand to its northwest, Laos to the northeast and Vietnam on its eastern side. The Cambodian southeast coastline is situated on the Gulf of Thailand. continue reading

Kampot weather forecast

Cambodia enjoys a tropical climate. The rainy, monsoon season lasts from May to October. From November to February is the cold-dry season, and the hot-dry season lasts from March to May. go to the weather forecast

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Tokay Gecko

Tokay Gecko (Gekko gecko), a nocturnal gecko. The Tokay Gecko is indigenous to Asia, parts of India, Indonesia, and the Philippines, they have also been introduced to Hawaii, Florida, and some Caribbean Islands. Their native habitat is rainforest trees and … discover more about the Tokay Gecko