Experience Cambodian Living Arts


Experience Cambodian Living Arts is an enterprise of a non-profit organisation, Cambodian Living Arts, that has been working to promote the arts sector for more than 20 years. CLA aims to give artists and others in the cultural sector the resources, training and support they need to experience their cultural heritage, express themselves and to tell the story of ‘Contemporary Cambodia’.

This inspiring enterprise has a vision to be a role model for creative and heartfelt Cambodian cultural experiences, leading the development of a dynamic and responsible performing arts industry in Cambodia.

Guests staying in Phnom Penh can enjoy their Cambodian dance performances in the open air theatre in the National Museum; and take part in dance workshops to learn basic dance moves, try on the costumes and meet the artists. Tailored experiences with private performances and workshops can also be arranged for individuals and groups.



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La Perle by Dragone


Based in Dubai, La Perle by Dragone is the region’s first ever permanent Vegas-style show boasting 450 performances per year in a tailor-made state-of-the-art aqua-theatre.

Created by world-renowned Artistic Director Franco Dragone, La Perle features a breathtaking fusion of immersive artistic performances, imagery and technology. The show is influenced by Dubai’s rich culture, vibrant present and aspirational future – all brought to life by awe-inspiring stunts and special effects.

The 270-degree seating provides a different perspective of the action. Witness the stage flood with water and drain in a matter of seconds as the artists perform mind-blowing aqua and aerial feats, such as diving from 25 metres high.









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Burma Bus


The refurbished, retro-style Hino BM401 from the 1980s is the elegant way to drive down Yangon’s beautiful avenues passing colonial buildings and ancient pagodas. The friendly and experienced team of Burma Bus assures a unique and comfortable touring experience.

Myanmar started importing Hino vehicles back in 1954. Together with the government, manufacturing facilities were set up in Htonebo (Bago Region) and Yangon in 1965. Manufacturing continued until 1989 with over 20,000 vehicles having been sold.

The original Burma Bus had 20 seats, however after extensive refurbishment, it now boasts nine comfortable passenger seats and one guide seat in the front. The U-shaped sitting area is perfectly designed for social interaction. Other services include a small selection of books, Wi-Fi on board, a sound box and a filled refrigerator. Soft drinks are included, or opt for the VIP package which includes sparkling wine, snacks and unlimited soft drinks and beer.

Safety belts, two fire extinguishers, a first-aid-kit, as well as a refill station for drinking water are all part of the standard equipment.









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