Sarin Tuoch and Kosal: Khmer food in an ancient house
About the host
Sarin Tuoch and his wife Kosal live in a traditional Khmer wooden house along the Sangker river. They grow many kind of fruits herbs and vegetable around the house. Come a bit earlier and watch (or help) cooking the meal and learn about how its done.
Nhoum Trey Chha-er
You will visit a original Khmer ancient house next to the Sangker River behind the house. The family can explain you the different kind of herbs and seasonal fruits they have in their garden – and why traditional Khmer houses are cool even in the hot season. The dish Samlor Korko is one of the most famous Cambodian dishes and is usually homemade in every household. You can also visit their house inside.