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Cambodians traditionally wear a checkered scarf called a krama. The krama is what distinguishes Cambodians from their neighbors the Thai, the Vietnamese, and the Laotians. The scarf is used for many purposes - protection from the sun, for your feet when climbing trees, a hammock for infants, a towel or even as a sarong.
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Cambodians traditionally wear a checkered scarf called a krama. The krama is what distinguishes Cambodians from their neighbors the Thai, the Vietnamese, and the Laotians. The scarf is used for many purposes - protection from the sun, for your feet when climbing trees, a hammock for infants, a towel or even as a sarong.