Cambodian dating traditions
Typically a house contains three rooms separated by partitions of woven bamboo.
The front room serves as a living room used to receive visitors, the next room is the parents' bedroom, and the third is for unmarried daughters. Family members and neighbors work together to build the house, and a house-raising ceremony is held upon its completion.
It is constructed of a wooden frame with gabled thatch roof and walls of woven bamboo.
Khmer houses are typically raised as much as three meters on stilts for protection from annual floods.
The architecture of Cambodia developed in stages under the Khmer empire from the 9th to the 15th century, preserved in many buildings of the Angkor temple.
The remains of secular architecture from this time are rare, as only religious buildings were made of stone.
Another option that is still common is being set up by their parents.
“Cambodian mates [male or female] are categorised as either traditional or modern, and are bound by strong cultural Khmer practices in terms of relationship to the opposite sex.The Angkorian architects and sculptors created temples that mapped the cosmic world in stone.Khmer decorations drew inspiration from religion, and mythical creatures from Hinduism and Buddhism were carved on walls.The Condom Bar, located in Phnom Penh, is the only condom bar in the country and supplies free luxury condoms to customers.
The culture of Cambodia has had a rich and varied history dating back many centuries, and has been heavily influenced by India.
Indian culture and civilization, including its language and arts reached mainland Southeast Asia around the 1st century AD.