Non-profit organization Cambodian Living Arts has been supporting the Kingdom’s arts and culture scene since 1998 through scholarships and fellowships, creating opportunities for troupes and individual artists. One of their programs open to the public is the Traditional Dance Show, set in a charming open-air theater in the grounds of the National Museum (St. 178). Performances run from 7-8pm nightly, and feature eight Khmer folk and classical dances, and more than 40 talented artists, taking audiences on a captivating journey from Angkorian palaces of old to the villages of today.
So why not give them a visit today? You can find them right here.