The name Kampong Chhnang, literally means the ‘Port of Pots’, and the name came about with a very good reason – the area’s reputation for producing high-quality pottery predates the zenith of the Khmer Empire by two whole centuries.
Angkor, the seat of power of the once-mighty Khmer Empire.
Khmer Times spoke with Unesco’s Cambodia bureau chief Anne Lemaistre to discuss the challenges and new threats that face Cambodia’s wonders.
Angkor Wat of Cambodia came out on top of the list of the best UNESCO world heritage sites
Cambodia has been the victim of geopolitics since the collapse of the Khmer Empire since the 15th century.