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Here are the Cambodia holidays with wages for year 2007:

January
1/1: New Year’s Day
8/1: (Instead of 7th January, which falls on Sunday) Genocide victory commemoration day

February
2/2: Meak Bochea day

March
8/3: Women’s Rights day

April
14/4, 16/4 and 17/4: (Instead of 15/4 which falls on Sunday) Khmer New Year day

May
1/5: International Labor day and Visak Bochea day
5/5: Royal Plowing Ceremony
14/5, 15/5 and 16/5: (Instead of 13/5 which falls on Sunday) King Sihakmony’s Birthday

June
18/6: Queen Monineadh’s Birthday

September
24/9: Constitutional day

October
10/10, 11/10, 12/10: Pchum Ben day
29/10: King Sihakmony’s Coronation day
31/10: King Sihanouk’s birthday

November
9/11: National Independence day
23/11, 24/11, 26/11: (Instead of 25/11 which falls on Sunday) Water festival ceremony

December
10/12: Human Rights Day

Source:
Prakas on The Paid Holidays for the Year 2007 released by the Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training, Kingdom of Cambodia.

One Response to “2007 Cambodia Public Holiday”

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    Hello, I am going to Cambodia in September, I would like to know if the attractions (e.g., Angkor Wat, Royal Palace, etc) will close up on the public holiday (24/9: Constitutional day)

    Fiona Chan

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