Cambodia’s dry season is technically over now, but the weather is still hot and humid due to the effect from the ongoing El Niño in the region.
The Apsara Authority is pumping water into the moat and ponds at Angkor Wat.
Even without El Niño affecting the climate in Cambodia, the dry season is undoubtedly the most miserable time of the year in the Kingdom.
Parents are advised to pay closer attention to protecting children from El Nino.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has urged relevant authorities to have water pipes connected from Thailand’s Trat province to supply water to Koh Kong province as it faces water shortages.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on local authorities to advise farmers to cultivate dry-season rice once
Health Minister Mam Bun Heng has issued an advisory to all people telling them to take prophylactic measures for the oncoming hot weather period.
Health Ministry issues guidelines to avoid illnesses during El Nino phenomenon.
The Health Ministry today issued guidelines on how people can prevent illnesses during the extremely hot weather caused by the El Nino phenomenon.
Environment Ministry issues a forest fire alert and warns of the El Nino phenomenon.
Labor Minister Ith Samheng advised enterprise owners and/or employers nationwide to keep an eye on the weather. El Niño is expected to let temperatures soar – to 42 degrees Celsius in April and May.