The No. 1 Cambodian Translators
If it’s a quality Cambodian translation you are after in quick time and at a reasonable cost, then look no further.
We are your Cambodian translation team.
Kwintessential have been successfully delivering Cambodian translations for many years. Through careful and considerate translation combined with attentive customer service we continue to earn a reputation for being a reliable, hassle-free Cambodian translation service.
Our success is based upon four simple services:
- Great customer service
- Quality Cambodian translations
- A simple, no-strings-attached service
- Reasonable prices
With a wealth of experience and thousands of satisfied clients why look anywhere else?
Trusted Cambodian Translation Services
We bring you a one-stop Cambodian translation shop.
Expert translators: When using our Cambodian translation team you draw on the expertise of a dedicated group of native speaking in-country translation pros.
Translations of any topic: We cover any subject matter including
- Finance Translations
- Commerce Translations
- IT Translations
- Insurance Translations
- Law Translations
- Oil and Gas Translations
- Marketing Translations
Any size: We handle projects with as little as 50 words right up to projects with over 50,000 words.
Any format: You can send us hard copies, emails, word documents, PDFs, scanned images, websites or any other format available.
Did you know?
Cambodian, or Khmer, is the language of the Khmer people and the official language of Cambodia. It is the second most widely spoken Austroasiatic language, with speakers in the tens of millions. Khmer has been considerably influenced by Sanskrit and Pali, especially in the royal and religious registers, through the vehicles of Hinduism and Buddhism. It is also the earliest recorded and earliest written language of the Mon-Khmer family, predating Mon and by a significant margin Vietnamese. As a result of geographic proximity, the Khmer language has affected, and also been affected by Thai, Lao, Vietnamese and Cham many of which all form a pseudo-sprachbund in peninsular Southeast Asia, since most contain high levels of Sanskrit and Pali influences.