Watch in absolute awe at the talents of these young performers as they juggle, dance, perform acrobatic and aerial acts, and use fire and contortion in an explosive show, certain to blow you away
Witness incredible feats of traditional and modern theater
Watch the show from the most exclusive viewpoint, with front and center seats reserved just for you
Receive a bottle of water prior to the performance and a special gift from the Phare Boutique afterwards
Support a charitable organization, dedicated to preserving Cambodian arts and helping disadvantaged local youngsters
This traditional Cambodian performance is a phenomenon not to miss! You'll be left in absolute awe at the talents of these brilliant young performers. An amazing blend of traditional and modern theater, music, dance, acrobatics, juggling and contortion all beautifully choreographed in a story about Cambodian lives and society. Though performed in Khmer with English subtitles on a screen, the story is easy to follow without words and you'll probably be too enthralled by the performers to keep up with the narrative anyway! If you're still not convinced, the thousands of five star reviews online should be enough to persuade you. The show is a project of the PPS Association, a non-profit organization founded by eight young Cambodian ex-refugees of the Khmer Rouge regime, committed to reviving the Cambodian arts.
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The show itself was really good! The only problem we had is that the address provided in the voucher was the old venue of the show so we missed the show that we originally booked. Thankfully, our hotel contacted the circus and we got rebooked the next day.
Amazing Show!! Must Watch the Show when in Siem Reap!!
One of top three shows I have ever watched. The show itself is good, it is greater to sense the strong passions and high energy from the performers. The mission or background of the organizer is v meaningful as well. No hesitation to recommend to others
Small acrobatic circus in heart of Siem Reap. Acrobats, jugglers, dancers, musicians and more. No animals, but you don't need them with all the energy and happy performances on stage. I understand that the performers are from local, underprivileged villages who have been trained to become highly skilled performers. It's in a small-ish tent so it's harf to have a bad view. They're also another one in Battambang but we didn't see it.
The best night out we had during our South-East Asia travels so far! The group of performers were soooo likeable, the audience was sucked in from the word Go. The classic circus elements were part of a traditional story (some talking involved, but all subtitled on two big screens). Although it was very traditional Cambodian, which we enjoyed, the whole performance was very modern and full of energy and fun! Highly recommend it!