Cambodian people over the country and who are live abroad are preparing to welcome upcoming New Year, the year of the pig.
Cambodia’s biggest and most important annual festivity – Khmer New Year – is celebrated for three days every April.
One of the world’s most densely populated cities, Hong Kong, is facing a proliferation of wild boars as the large mammals stray increasingly into built-up areas.
The Year of the Earth Dog has come to an end, giving way to the Year of the Pig that will reign supreme throughout 2019.
Noise and smoke fill the air as Cambodians of Chinese descent offer fruits, wine, tea, spring rolls, noodles and fish to their ancestors just three days ahead of the upcoming Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year is synonymous with family get-togethers that mainly revolve around sumptuous dishes, and that is exactly what NagaWorld offers during this auspicious festive season.
Chinese New Year is synonymous with family get-togethers.