Asian countries are popularly known for their diverse rituals and cultures. Let’s learn about how these would influence their travelling hobbies!

Cambodian guests

Cambodians have honesty, patience before difficulties, endure hardship in labor and politeness in society. The elderly people like others respect. Women are often shy. Both old and young have gentle hearts, do not like to lie. So if one lied, deceived Cambodians once, they would lose their faith in them, even leading to hatred.

Cambodian travellers are gentle and respect rituals, especially religious rituals.

They usually wear traditional clothes with a Krama scarf (bandanna) on their heads. This towel has many uses such has making a face wash towel, making bags when shopping, hot weather can absorb water to cover the head for cool, cold weather can be put on the neck to fight cold, when going to bed can be used as blanket, etc.

Therefore, the bandanna has become a cultural characteristic of Cambodians. Therefore, when being given a towel, you must pay homage and respect.

Cambodian cuisine as well as habits of ethnic groups belonging to wet rice civilization in Asia. Cambodians have a habit of eating plain rice and eating more fish than eating meat. Most meals have rice. Other dishes such as curry, soup, and potato chips are usually the main dishes that come in quite popular.

In addition to sticky rice, Cambodians also use glutinous rice to make sticky rice and glutinous rice. Sticky rice often comes with durian for dessert. Lam rice is often used as a substitute for rice for farmers. When they have no processing time.

Cambodian cuisine influences the style of India and China. Most dishes are light, sweet and fatty. Indian food is found in spices used in Cambodian dishes such as satay, chilli, pepper, anise, etc.Chinese cuisine is recognized in its high-fat processing, Sichuan cuisine.

Malaysian guests

Malaysia is a Muslim country, with over 50% of the population following Islam. The rest follow other religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism and Christianity. Therefore, Malaysian culture consists of many different subcultures such as Western, Indian, Chinese, etc. However, their culture and lifestyle are not polarized but harmonized, combined with each other to develop together.