Catch a ravishing glimpse of Cambodia’s wonders through a visual-culinary tour of the Kingdom in a series of short new films commissioned by the Ministry of Tourism and produced by Hanuman Films with the support of the Agence Française de Développement. If you’re looking for inspiration for what you’d next like to eat, or where you’d next like to travel, this showcase of Cambodia’s culinary delights is guaranteed to whet your appetite.
From street food to fine dining, Cambodia has it all thanks a rich and ancient culinary culture supported by an abundance of fresh, vibrant, delicious produce. The greatest wonder is that the rest of the world still knows so little about it.
To a backdrop of sumptuous scenery from across the Kingdom, the films highlight many favourite regional specialities, including Kampot pepper and durian, Kep crab, kralanh from Kratie, Mondulkiri’s avocados, prahok and palm sugar from Siem Reap, and the impossibly delicious Bunong pork and aubergine stew in a bamboo from Mondulkiri. At the same time, they also spotlight some of Cambodia’s most inviting attractions including, of course, Angkor Wat, but also The Elephant Project in Mondulkiri, the Tonle Sap lake, Kratie’s dolphins, and islands of the coast of Sihanoukville. If you’re looking for inspiration then, honestly, look no further. Check out the links here: