The flag of Cambodia is rectangular, featuring a red background with a white depiction of Angkor Wat, a large central temple. Surrounding the temple are two blue horizontal stripes at the flag’s top and bottom.
The red color symbolizes the nation and its people. The white image of Angkor Wat represents Cambodia’s rich cultural heritage and history. The blue stripes signify the country’s royalty and sovereignty.
As a poignant emblem of Cambodia’s identity and aspirations, the flag reflects its historical significance. It also represents the country’s commitment to sovereignty and cultural heritage. It stands as a symbol of pride and unity for the Cambodian people.