Phnom Penh Cultural Center was previously known as the Chenla Theatre. The cultural center in Phnom Penh was built in the 1960's. It was renamed Phnom Penh Theater after the Pol Pot war in the late 1970's. Recently, the theater was renovated again and state-of the art facilities and equipments were added and after this renovation it was again renamed Phnom Penh Cultural Center.
Located at the Mao Tse Toung Blvd, the Phnom Penh Cultural Center also includes a multi function theatre which has an accommodation capacity of 600 people. The Phnom Penh Cultural Center in Phnom Penh is ideal to host business seminars and conferences. The elegant design of the Phnom Penh Cultural Center makes it an ideal option to host gatherings and social functions. The cultural center is spread over a total area of 10,800 square meters and boasts of equipments such as acoustics and air conditioning.
The premises of Phnom Penh Cultural Center also include a glass roofed Crystal Dome. This facility at the cultural center can be reserved for private wedding receptions and other social gatherings. A number of exhibitions and state fairs are held at the Phnom Penh Cultural Center at Phnom Penh.