The beginning of the 1st century ad, Chinese traders began to report the existence of inland and coastal kingdoms in Cambodia. These kingdoms already owed much to Indian culture, which provided alphabets, art forms, architectural styles, religions (Hinduism and Buddhism), and a stratified class system. Local beliefs that stressed the importance of ancestral spirits coexisted with the Indian religions and remain powerful today.
Cambodia's modem-day culture has its roots in the 1st to 6th centuries in a state referred to as Funan, known as the oldest Indianized state in Southeast Asia.
The main marketing slogan for promoting Cambodia internationally is the "Kingdom of Wonder".
It's designed to demonstrate 3 key elements:
1. Cultural Attractions 2. Natural Attractions 3. People and Traditions
© MANKIYATRA TOURS & TRAVELS 305, 3rd Floor, Apollo Square Building, Janjeerwala Square, Indore 452 003 Madhya Pradesh, India Phone: +91-9389111222