Cambodian New Year or Chaul Chnam Thmey in the Khmer language, literally 'Enter the New Year'.
The holiday lasts for three days in Cambodia.
Moha Songkran is the name of the first day of the new year celebration. It is the ending of the year
and the beginning of a new one. In Cambodia, People dress up and light candles.
Wanabat is the name of the second day of the Cambodian new year celebration. People contribute charity to
the less fortunate, help the poor, servants, homeless people, and low-income families.
Tngai Laeung saka is the name of the third day of the Cambodian new year celebration. Buddhist cleanse
the Buddha statues and elders with perfumed water. By bathing their grandparents and parents,
children can obtain from them best wishes and good advice for the future.
It is a national holiday in Cambodia.