The skor chhaiyam (Khmer: ស្គរឆៃយ៉ាំ) is a tall Cambodian goblet drum, slung over the shoulder with a string, so it can be played at waist level while walking. Only the top has skin, leaving a sound-hole at the bottom of a narrowed drum body. The instrument is used to "celebrate happy events."
- Vanna, Ly (September 2002). "Cambodian Percussion". leisurecambodia.com. Retrieved 10 October 2018.