The coconut tree is reminiscent o thebeauty o Cambodia’s coastline includingSihanoukville, Kep, and Koh Kong – theperect places or a relaxing getaway.
Cambodia’s playul reshwater dolphins representboth un-loving culture and the lie-giving Mekong,symbolic o the wealth o engaging attractions on oerin Kratie and Stung Treng Provinces.
The ox-plow, the reliable workhorse o Cambodia’s bucolic countryside, representsrural daily lie and traditional ways. You, toocan experience rural daily lie by visitingcommunity-based and ecotourism projects.
Nature and Ecotourism
The elephant in Cambodia representsnature, strength, heritage and wisdom,which are symbolic o the unspoilednatural attractions o Cambodia’s northeastand play a major role in indigenous culture.Perhaps you’ve already seen Cambodia’s new branding campaign, the “Kingdom o Wonder,”which captures the essence o this diverse and captivating country. The signature logo o AngkorWat is naturally the most widely used image. However, there are six additional logos that are lessoten used, but promote Cambodia’s cultural and natural attractions, its people and traditions.You will see these logos placed on the pages o the initiatives throughout the booklet – lettingyou know at a glance what each initiative has to oer.
Spectacular and grand, the temples o Angkor are the reason most tourists visit Cambodiaand are at the heart o the Kingdom’s national pride. The noble spires are also representativeo the numerous ancient temples ound elsewhere around the country.
Cambodia’s delicious cuisine is representedby a sh and the amous “Mekong Lobster.”Cambodians rely heavily on the country’smighty rivers or their ood.
The graceul Apsara dancer representsCambodia’s distinct culture. Traditionalcelebrations, estivals and other cultural activitiesare always on oer throughout the Kingdom.