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1st January

International New's Year
Public Holiday

7th January
Victory on Genocide Day
Public Holiday
2th February
 
8th March
Measka Bochea Day

International Women's day
Public Holiday

14th - 16th April

Cambodia New Year
Bonn Chaul Chhnam. (Khmer New Year)
Cambodian New Year spans three days after the end of harvest. It's a time of merriment where Cambodia spring clean their homes, make offerings and play traditional games such as Boh Angkunh and Chhoal Chhoung.
Public Holiday

01st May
 
 
 
 
01st May
 
International Labor's Day
Public Holiday
Visaka Bochea Day
Birthday of Buddha
Public Holiday

05th May

Royal Ploughing Ceremony
Bonn Chroat Preah Nongkoal

(Royal Ploughing Ceremony)
The Royal Ploughing ceremony starts the planting season. It is performed by a man (King of Meakh) who leads the yoke and plough, and a woman (Queen Me Hour) who sows seeds. The sacred cows are led to silver trays containing rice, corn and other foods. Based on their choice, predictions are made for the coming year. Public Holiday

13th-15th
 
 
 
 
01st May
King Norodom Sihamony's Birthday
Birthday of His Majesty King Norodom Sihamony Festivities are held throughout the capital city. A grand fireworks display is held close to the river banks in front of the Royal Palace grounds. Public Holiday
International Labor's day
Public Holiday

01st June

International Children's day
Public Holiday

18th June

Queen Birthday
Her Majesty Preah Akkaek Mohesey Norodom Monineath Sihanouk Birthday
Public Holiday

24th Sept

Constitution's day
Public Holiday

10-11-12th Oct

Bonn Phchum Ben
On the 11th of October, Phchum Ben is a celebration where people bring offerings to the Monks, and spend a day of worship at the pagoda. Public Holiday

23rd-Oct
 
29th-Oct
Paris Peace Agreement
Public Holiday
King Norodom Sihamony's Coronation Day
Public Holiday

30th Oct - 1st Nov

King Birthday
Birthday of His Majesty King Norodom Sihanouk Festivities are held throughout the capital city. A grand fireworks display is held close to the river banks in front of the Royal Palace grounds. Public Holiday

9th Nov

Independence Day
Cambodia became an independent state in 1953. Public Holiday

23th-25th Nov

Water Festival, Moon Festival
Bonn Om Touk (Water and Moon Festival). A three-day festival not only marks the reversing of the current in the Tonle Sap river but ushers in the fishing season as well. The highlight of this event is the boat race in which more than 200 teams compete over three days for the top prize. As night falls, fireworks light the sky and a lighted flotilla of boats sail under the full moon. Public Holiday

10th Dec

Human Rights day
Public Holiday