The number of holidays in Cambodia is growing by the day, and many people are heading out to enjoy them.
Many are planning holiday parties, parties, and other gatherings, but there are some things that are off limits in the country.
There are strict rules about how people can celebrate the holiday, and they’re not really up to the challenge.
The Cambodian Ministry of Tourism and Culture says there are a number of restrictions in place to prevent anyone from doing things that could be considered offensive or indecent.
It says: “No person shall take part in any kind of celebrations that could cause harm or inconvenience, including parties, demonstrations, demonstrations of any kind, street parties, street festivals, or any kind that could violate the laws and customs of Cambodia.”
The Ministry of Culture also says that anyone who violates these rules will be fined.
So what are some of the restrictions?
The most significant of the rules are: No dancing, no wearing costumes, and no singing in public.
The ministry also says there’s no wearing of masks.
There’s also a ban on drinking and smoking, which is a little more of a rule, but it’s hard to enforce.
The restrictions on wearing masks are not strictly enforced.
You can still get fined for wearing masks, but you can’t be fined for drinking.
And if you’re caught drinking or smoking, you can be fined up to $500, which will be deducted from your salary.
People in Cambodia are encouraged to go out, and it’s not uncommon to see people dressed up as animals, in masks.
The rules also state that no one should wear clothes that look like they’re from a specific country or culture, even if the clothing is part of a group’s holiday party or holiday celebration.
You’re allowed to dress up as anything you want, including a human, but if you do, you’ll have to pay a $50 fine.
People dressed as a lion or tiger will also be fined $50.
And finally, you’re not allowed to wear a mask that covers your eyes.
And that’s it.
The rule also states that anyone found violating these rules could be fined, but this isn’t the case in Cambodia.
You’ll have a choice.
If you’re found violating the holiday rules, you could have your money confiscated and your holiday party cancelled, or you could be charged with a felony and sentenced to two years in prison.
The Department of Tourism says that people can use any costume or costume accessories they want, and there are even holiday parties that take place under different rules than in Cambodia, such as Halloween or Christmas.
So if you can go to a party dressed as the Santa Claus, you have the option of not going to jail.
However, the ministry says it will not tolerate anyone wearing masks.
“Anyone violating the laws of Cambodia will be prosecuted and punished.
We hope that those who do not obey the laws will find some other solution.”
So it’s a pretty fair system, but not perfect.
If it weren’t for the holiday season, most people would still be wearing masks to go to the beach, and even a little bit of makeup is a lot of effort.
Are there any other restrictions in Cambodia that might be of use to you?
The tourism ministry also mentions that people are also forbidden from wearing masks during work hours.
So you’ll still have to get permission from your employer to wear makeup.
Also, there are strict dress codes in place.
You should not wear anything that shows off your body except your hair, which can be a little distracting.
So those who go to holiday parties are advised to wear masks, and those who wear masks during their work hours are asked to cover their eyes.
There is also a curfew, which means you must stay home from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m., and you have to leave your house at 8 p,m.
The curfew will continue for up to six months after the last holiday party has ended, and if you have children, you must be at least 15.
So the curfew might be a good idea for people who are already on holiday, but people who don’t have kids should be able to take advantage of it.