Music plays an important role in Cambodian culture. Singing and music are indispensable for all kinds of celebrations, banquets and entertainment venues. There are three main forms of ethnic music: symphony is light music, generally used for accompaniment; Bimbo is faster and is generally used for dance accompaniment; Khmer music is a very cheerful music, usually played on happy days, such as celebrations. Or wedding.

The middle of the Cambodian flag is red, the top and bottom parallel stripes are blue, and the famous Angkor Wat in the middle symbolizes Cambodia’s long history and ancient culture.
The national emblem of Cambodia is in the shape of a diamond, with Wang Jian as the centerline. Dragging the lift sword through the tray means that the king is supreme. The lion guards the five canopies of both sides, symbolizing the good fortune of the Cambodian style. The window frame below reads “Kingdom of Cambodia” in Cambodian. The palm trees on both sides symbolize victory.
The national anthem of the Kingdom of Cambodia praises the wisdom of the King of the United States and the glory of the Angkor Dynasty.

Music plays an important role in Cambodian culture. Singing and music are indispensable for all kinds of celebrations, banquets and entertainment venues. There are three main forms of ethnic music: symphony is light music, generally used for accompaniment; Bimbo is faster and is generally used for dance accompaniment; Khmer music is a very cheerful music, usually played on happy days, such as celebrations. Or wedding.
Cambodian dance is divided into classical dance and folk dance. The former is a classical drama through dance and singing. Folk dances are free and easy, such as the Nanwang dance is deeply loved by people.

 

 

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