+90% of garment workers reported for work on the first day of Khmer New Year.
A decline in selling food and flowers, typically purchased as ancestral offerings.
Most factory workers have not taken leave for the Khmer New Year: Official.
CSX to continue normal operations during Khmer New Year Holidays.
Each year, Khmer New Year is the most anticipated holidays for Cambodian. It is symbolic for switching to the new year with a new beginning.
Union leaders urge garment workers to work as usual during Khmer New Year.
All pagodas to be cancelling New Year’s celebrations: Cambodia Monk Committee.
60% of garment workers want to apply for leave to go home over Khmer New Year.
Gov’t announces the suspension of the annual Khmer New Year celebration, in a bid to stop the spread of the Coronavirus.
PM cancels the celebrations of the upcoming Khmer New Year.
Police to make sure no large gatherings at the upcoming Khmer New Year celebration.
Police instructed to be ready to prevent spread of COVID-19 during the celebration of Khmer New Year.
A question is raised as to what measures could be implemented by the authorities to prevent community transmission of virus, while preserving Khmer culture.
A total of 155 inmates are expected to be pardoned by the King.
Celebration of Sankranta festival for Khmer New Year has been cancelled.
The Chbar Ampov market is set to be completed before the Khmer New Year.
Virachey is rarely explored and somehow disregarded.
Prof Sambo Manara shares his insights about the significance of the Cambodian monarch.
Khmer New Year celebration is over, but we have the entire summer season to roam around Cambodia’s leisure and historic spots. Srey Kumneth goes to Battambang province and discovers the grandeur of its historic mountains.
We all surely had a great time on Khmer New Year. There were vibrant and loud celebrations everywhere in the country as we all got reunited with our loved ones and made the most of our well-deserved long holiday.
Khmers marked the beginning of a new year with colourful, vibrant and loud celebrations last week.
Nearly 5 million Cambodians travelled inside the country during Khmer New Year.
After serving a Khmer New Year hiatus, the Metfone C-League, Cambodia’s premier domestic football competition, returned for its fourth weekend of football with Visakha claiming a thumping 4-0 win over Electricite du Cambodge at the Visakha Stadium on Saturday evening.
More than a hundred homes were destroyed or damaged by storm winds in Banteay Meanchey and Siem Reap.
PM says that Khmer New Year ended happily and fruitfully and wishes that all travellers return home safely.
Khmer New Year festivities in the provinces were very well attended, very successful, and without negative incidents of any magnitude.
10 fires reported during Khmer New Year, consuming eight houses, a timber warehouses, a stall, and a eucalyptus trees plantation.
The National Police’s Traffic Police and Public Order Department reported today (April 16) that 82 traffic accidents occurred in the Kingdom from April 13 to 15.
Cambodian people over the country and who are live abroad are preparing to welcome upcoming New Year, the year of the pig.
So Khmer New Year rolls around again, and slowly Phnom Penh flickers into street parties on every block, and then empties out as folk head for the provinces, the coast or Bangkok. I, for one, have always enjoyed the quietness of the city during New Year – and Pchum Bun – and increasingly the expat population seems to be happy to stick around.