The Law on Education of Cambodia enacted by the National Assembly on the 19th of October 2007 at its 7th plenary session of the third legislature and entirely approved by the Senate on its form and legal concepts on the 21st of November 2007 at its 4th plenary session of the second legislature.
Most temples in Cambodia fall into mainly Hindu and Buhdist categories. The Buddhist temples in Cambodia are mostly pagodas. Pagodas are built in any province, district of Cambodia. The Hindu temples are mostly built in some of provinces in Cambodia.
Cambodia faces some serious problems in its schools due to a shortage of classrooms, an increase in the number of students and deterioration of school buildings.
Unlike many places around the world, where schools abound but teachers are few, the education bottleneck in Cambodia is the lack of buildings. One of the most powerful long term answers to child prostitution and poverty in Cambodia is to construct and jump start schools in some of the most remote and poverty stricken areas of the country.
The roads standard in Cambodia is managed by Ministry of Public Works and Transport, of Cambodia. The Ministry is mandated to "Build, maintain and manage all the transportation infrastructure such as roads, bridges, ports, railways, waterways and buildings" in the nation. Ministry offices are located in Phnom Penh.
he National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, is the country's leading historical and archaeological museum. It houses one of the world's largest collections of Khmer art, including sculpture, ceramics, bronzes, and ethnographic objects. The Museum
The Building Booming Period has finally arrived in late-bloomer Cambodia, attracting regional investment, and sending property prices skyrocketing.
Real estate prices are soaring in the capital of Phnom Penh, and the south coast around Sihanoukville, where seaside property is still cheap compared to neighboring Thailand. Also hot is the northern town of Siem Reap, where a tourism boom and the popularity of the nearby temples of Angkor Wat have created a huge market for hotels, golf courses, art galleries and boutiques catering to one of the world
In Cambodia the Cambodian Road and Bridge Design Standard and Construction Specifications have been established in 1999 and are to be used for the design and construction of all new roads and bridges and related rehabilitation works in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
Cambodia possesses twenty-six airfields, of which only thirteen were usable in the mid-1980s. Eight airfields had permanent-surface runways. Phnom Penh International Airport near Phnom Penh is the largest airport; it also serves as the main base for the renascent Cambodian Air Force (see Kampuchean, or Khmer, People's Revolutionary Armed Forces, ch. 5).
Vietnamese people have been moved to live in Cambodia long time ago until now. Most of them are dealing small business, crop and vegetable, fishing; some of them are successful businessman. They believe in Buddhism as Chinese people do.
Today, in most cities of Cambodia, there are many constructions of tall building department store, and so on. Numerous projects are underway here, many involving thousands of luxury homes and apartments. Several are self-contained satellite cities, 10-15 kilometers from downtown Phnom Penh, but complete with their own shopping malls, supermarkets, schools, hospitals and hotels.