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Siem Reap Giant Puppet Parade

Event date: 18th February 2017
The Giant Puppet Parade (GPP) is an annual event, in the year, which will so much more than walk through the town the large, lit-up, puppets. The GPP offers over 600 underprivileged children in Siem Reap the opportunity to face and explore the poignant issues they face through a fun artistic medium. The things they touch on are; poverty, education, health and environment... all things that sustainable growth of the country

Angkor Sangkran

Event date: 14th, 15th, 16th April 2017
The Angkor Sangkran celebration will again be a feature of Khmer New Year's observances in Siem Reap. This is the third year the Sangkran will be held, but this year it will be bigger, more exciting and more interesting than last year, according to Union of Youth Federations of Cambodia. Angkor Sangkran will be celebrated in front of Angkor Wat temple, Bayon Temple, and Elephant Terrace, alone the Siem Reap River, in the Angkor Gyeongju area and in Pub Street.
Visitors will be able to participate in traditional Khmer games, such as the Bas Angkunh or seed throwing, Haol Chhoung or Twisted-scarf hiding. Participants will also be able to dance together to traditional Khmer songs.

Royal Ploughing Ceremony

Event Date: 14th May 2017
The Royal Ploughing Ceremony, or 'Bon Chroat Preah Nongkoal' in the Khmer language, is solemnly celebrated at the beginning of the sowing and planting season. Every year in May, this cultural ceremony takes place at the park in front of the National Museum (next to the Royal Palace). Cambodia has deep connection with earth and farming. There is a deep astrological belief that royal oxen known in Khmer as Usapheak Reach, have an instrumental role in determining the fate of the agricultural harvest each year. 

4th Angkor Empire Marathon

Event date: 06th August  2017
Angkor Empire Half and Full Marathon is held at one of the would's famous heritages in the world, Angkor is course is in the Angkor Wat area in with the most famous Angkor Wat ruins. Stretching over some 400 some 400sq. km, Angkor contain the magnificent remains of several capital of the Khmer Empire, from the 9th to the 15th century CE. These include the famous temple of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom with its countless sculptural decorations. Come join this amazing marathon event and experience the beautiful route through a truly historic site!

All Soul Day "Pchum Ben Day"

Event Date: 19th, 20th, 21th September 2017
Pchum Ben, founded during the dawn of Angkor, still casts a strong influence over today's post-modern generation.
For fifteen days a year, the tormented spirits of the departed swarm silently into Cambodia's Buddhist monasteries. The dead are here to search for their surviving kin who, by committing simple acts of kindness, can free them from the cycle of perpetual suffering.
Pchum Ben, the Khmer festival of the dead, has been an integral part of the Cambodian calendar for millennia. Now, senior members of the Buddhist order suggest it's experiencing a renaissance: the number of teens and twenty-somethings making the annual pilgrimage to their local pagodas is, apparently, on the rise.

Water Festival

Event Date: 02nd, 03rd, 04th November 2017
The water festival had background for so long time. The water festival ceremony is the army training to do attest of the army for preparing to do a battle. In the history, Khmer King always does the battle with enemies by sailing. So he prepares this water festival ceremony every year to choose Champion of sailing battle, as in Bayon Temple, Batteay Chhmar in the Preah Bat Jayvarman VII. We had seen a lot of statues about sailing battle under leading of Jayvarman VII. The custom of this is to have from then up to the present.
On the other hand the water is celebrated every years in November to honor the victory of Cambodian Naval forces in the reign of King JayvarmanVII, during Angkor period of the 12th century.
And this ceremony is to history about military exercise of our navy force in the course of national defense and to express thanks to the 3 Buddhist symbols Gods and holy thing which helped us and agriculture field and serves as an opportunity to pray for our lord for the happiness and sufficient rain for rice cultivation. 

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