Fridays and Saturdays
We will drop you back at your hotel in Phnom Penh.
Discover the enchanting heritage of the Land of the Khmer, Cambodia, with this fascinating visit to the Sovanna Phum. Literally translating to Golden Era, Sovanna Phum is an independent organisation working towards the promotion and revival of Cambodian culture and arts. Khmer artistic traditions are a captivating mix of stunning performance styles, mystical folklores, captivating theatre and so much more - it’s a treasure trove for arts and culture enthusiasts.
Since its inception in 1994, Sovanna Phum has built a solid network of more than 120 professional performers with a majority of them being graduates of The Royal University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh. This is the chance to soak in the rich diversity of Cambodian heritage and their performing arts. Sovanna Phum renovated their open air theatre in 2002 and ever since then it has become a platform for Cambodian artists to showcase their work as well as a medium for the locals to rediscover their splendid history of arts. Feast your eyes and enrich your souls with an array of bewitching performances ranging from classical Apsara dance to folklore and mask dance, shadow puppet theatre to circus, and so much more!
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other device.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 48 hours before your organised activity to reconfirm.
Please be ready at least 5 minutes prior to scheduled pickup time at the hotel lobby so that we do not get late on the way.
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