Thursday, November 07, 2013

CLA performances at the National Museum of Phnom Penh

We are sharing with you some of the most beautiful or unique snapshots of Plae Pakaa, CLA's program of traditional performances at the National Museum of Phnom Penh. Monday to Saturday at 7pm. More info and 10% discount on online bookings at We'll be regularly posting amazing photos, so stay connected!Plae Pakaa


Anonymous said...

There is a possibility that the Cambodian traditional dancing can be performed by some, if not all, the Vietnamese girls.
New Vietnamese political tactic is to be fake Khmer and to be integrated with Khmer society;
they speak fluent Khmer,
they eat Khmer food,
they dress Khmer traditional clothes,
they Chant Khmer Buddhist Thor etc.
they become monk like Son Ngoc Minh
known as Aja Mean-in the 1950s-
but their soul is to remain pure Vietnamese. Sok Kong , now owning Angkor Wat-for 100 years- and Phnom Boko, whose real Vietnamese name is Mr. Tran something ?, proclaims publicly that he is proud to be Vietnamese, according to Kampucheakrom news. Sok Kong is also the Vietnamese agent in Cambodia with the title: General, promoted by the Vietnamese government.

Anonymous said...

Don't you think you sound a bit sick? delusional? paranoid? Life has so much more meaning than just about fearing the Vietnamese.34 NO these dancers are Khmers. You need to check yourself in to a mental institution.

Anonymous said...

one thing i can say for sure, cambodia is very rich in culture and tradition! tourists wanted to see that about cambodia! so be proud, cambodia!