What is Khmer traditional food?
Fish Amok is the most well known traditional food of Cambodia, generally accepted to be the country’s signature dish. It is a thick, creamy fish-based curry that is also very popular in Laos and Thailand. The recipe for Cambodian fish amok uses freshwater fish, lemongrass, chilli, turmeric and coconut milk.
What did people eat during the Khmer Rouge?
During this time Phareth received two daily food rations, which typically consisted of rice with rock salt and sometimes also included prahok or fish soup.
What can you not eat in Cambodia?
Generally, try to avoid fresh salads or raw vegetables as they may be washed with contaminated water and avoid eating raw shellfish, raw crab and cold cooked meats. Across Cambodia, regardless of where you are staying, you are best to stick to bottled water, even for brushing your teeth.
What you should not do in Cambodia?
13 Things Not To Do In Cambodia
- Avoid Carrying Single Currency.
- Don’t Go For Elephant Rides.
- Avoid Drinking Tap Water.
- Avoid Feeding Or Giving Money To The Beggars.
- Do Not Disrespect Monks.
- Don’t Take Your Skin For Granted.
- Don’t Rely Totally On Internet.
- Strolling Casually Into The Temples Isn’t Allowed.