A Cambodian traditional wedding exhibition kicked off here on Friday evening, aiming to maintain and enhance Khmer culture and civilization, officials said.
The three-day fair brought together 67 exhibitors who were doing businesses in cosmetics, dress-style designs, furniture, hotels, decorative ornaments, catering service, fruits, flowers, photographing and souvenir, said Te Kaklika, vice-chairwoman of Real Gold Event Management Co. Ltd, which co-organized the event with the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts.
The event is being held at the Diamond Island Exhibition Center in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. She said a show of traditional Khmer wedding ceremony was also staged at the exhibition.
Minister of Culture and Fine Arts Phoeurng Sackona said the fair aimed to maintain and promote the customs and traditions of Khmer wedding.
"It is also to show Khmer's beautiful culture and civilization," she said at the opening ceremony of the fair.