Is Cambodia a First World country?
Cambodia is technically a third world country and is one of the poorest nation’s in the world. … Neighbouring Vietnam and nearby China are investing in Cambodia and that is likely to help improve the country’s economy.
What makes Cambodian food unique?
Unlike the cuisine of neighbouring Thailand and Vietnam (which can really pack a spicy punch), Cambodian food is subtler with its spices. Sturdy ingredients include garlic, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, turmeric and galangal, which are usually pounded into a kroeung (paste) and commonly used in cooking.
Is Cambodian food sweet?
“Cambodia’s food is often all about the contrasts—sweet and bitter, salty and sour, fresh and cooked,” explains Serious Eats’ Jennifer Kikoler. … Khmer food tends to contain a larger variety of stir-fried vegetables and more garlic than found in Thai food.