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Frequently Asking Questions

Where is Cambodia?
Cambodia is in the tropical monsoon, situates between Vietnam and Thailand, and shares border with Laos at northern part, Southeast Asia. Cambodia covers 181,035 square kilometers of land and has a population of 15 million with density of 82 people per square kilometer.


Is Cambodia safe?
Yes, Cambodia is a truly safe country. There are occasional reports of petty theft and the occasional bar fight, but these can easily be avoided (especially the latter) if you exercise common sense. Do not leave your bag sitting at your feet while riding around in a tuk tuk or leave your expensive jewelry, cash or any valuable objects at unattended in a hotel’s room (better to keep it in a safety box). You will be warned not to carry much cash with you whenever you are on a trip. You don’t have to worry about landmines when you travel with local tour guide, 90% of landmines have been disarmed since the war completely ended. However, you are not allowed to enter a zone where you can see warning landmine boards especially the areas in the jungles near the borders.

        Sunrise & Angkor Temples
        Angkor Discovery
        Grand Tour & Banteay Srei
        Rolous Group & Banteay Srei
        Kampong Phluk Mangroves
        Kompong Khleang Stilt Houses
        Chong Kneas Floating Village
        Mechrey Floating Village
        Chong Kneas & Kampong Phluk
        Half Day Mechrey Kayaking
        Full Day Mechrey Kayaking
        Kayaking at Bird Sanctuary
        Boeng Pearaing Bird Sanctuary
        Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary
        Tonle Sap Lake & Banteay Srei
        Kampong Phluk & Banteay Srei
        Kompong Khleang, Beng Mealea
        Kampong Phluk & Beng Mealea
        Authentic Village Experience
        Village Tour & Oxcart Ride
        Village Tour & Tonle Sap Lake
        Countryside Bike Tour
        Bike Tour Angkor Wat
        Bike Tour to Banteay Srei
        Bike Tour to Tonle Sap Lake
        Bike Tour to Kampong Phluk
        Beng Mealea Adventure
        Phnom Kulen Waterfall
        Kbal Spean & Banteay Srei
        Wildlife, Kbal Spean, Banteay Srei
        › Kbal Spean, Banteay Srei, Beng
          Mealea

        Beng Mealea & Koh Ker
        Phnom Kulen & Banteay Srei
        Phnom Kulen & Beng Mealea
        Banteay Srei & Beng Mealea
        Preah Vihear & Koh Ker
        2-Day Preah Vihear, Koh Ker &
          Beng Mealea
        Sambor Prei Kuk Ruins
        Hidden Banteay Chhmar
        Siem Reap & Phnom Penh 5N/6D
        Siem Reap & Phnom Penh 6N/7D
        Angkor & Beach Break 6N/7D
        Angkor Wat Tour 2N/3D
        Angkor Discovery 3N/4D
        Siem Reap Tour Package 4N/5D
        Unique Siem Reap Tour 5N/6D
        Siem Reap Adventure 6N/7D
How to get to Cambodia?
  • By flight:
    Cambodia has two important international airports in Phnom Penh & Siem Reap. If you travel from Europe, you always transit in Thailand or Vietnam and there are direct flights to Cambodia if you travel from Asia countries including Philippine, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam etc.

  • By border crossing:
    Thailand: Poi Pet (Aranyaprathet) in Banteay Meanchhey, Cham Yeam (Had Lek) & Daun Lem (Ban Laem) in Koh Kong, O’Smach (Chong Jom) & Anlong Veng (Chong Sa Ngam) in Preah Vihear.
    Vietnam: Ba Vet (Moc Bai) & Kaam Samnor (Ving Xuong) in Svay Rieng, Phnom Den (Tinh Bien) in Ta Keo and Prek Chak (Ha Tien) in Kampot.
    Laos: Dom Kralor (Veun Kham) in Stung Treng.

  • By speed boat:
    Vietnam: If you visit Mekong Delta River & Can Tho in Vietnam, you can catch speed boats from Chau Doc border (Cambodia’s site: Kao Orm Samnor) to Phnom Penh Capital. The boat excursion takes approx. 6 hours depending on the water level.

Who needs visa & how to get visa?
Most of Asian passport holders are officially allowed to enter Cambodia without visa and can stay in the country at least 15 days up to 30 days depending on ASEAN member-countries. Tourist visa for most nationality is available for 30 days either cab be applied in advance (E-visa: $36) or on arrival ($30) at international airports and border crossing. Apply for e-visa: https://www.evisa.gov.kh
Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months, has at least one blank page and need a passport-size photo. If you don’t have this, you can pay a $2 fee and they will scan the photo from your passport.

What’s the weather like?
Cambodia geographically stays in tropical monsoon, dry (mid Oct to May) and wet (Jun to Oct) seasons but you probably experience a bit cool period at the end of December to early January. The Average temperature is from 34-37 degrees C in dry season while April to May sometimes reaches 40 degrees C. The rain begins from June and lasts through October, the rain is not constant, however, and may be characterized by afternoon or evening downpours. Some roads in the countryside will be impassable at this time as they get flooded or washed out.

When is the best time to visit Cambodia?
We can say peak season (November to February) is the best period for your holiday trips to Cambodia but if you don’t want to see much crowd and get annoyed to push your way out, green season (June to October) would be an ideal as the best time in your mind to visit Cambodia when every things look green, wet, cool off and very less touristy.

Do I have to use local currency in Cambodia?
You don’t have to do exchange money when you arrival in Cambodia. The exchange rate is always behind a scam at the border crossing especially at Poi Pet. US dollar is largely accepted in Cambodia. One US dollar is equal 4000 Riel in the local currency. You will get small change in Riel if purchased items cost less than a dollar.

What kinds of clothing are suitable?
People should wear whatever they are most comfortable in but a fair amount of modesty should be exercised. Importantly, when visiting religious temples, women should cover their shoulders and properly dress below knees especially when visiting Royal Palace in Phnom Penh and at Agkor Wat in Siem Reap. To show your respect to the locals when visiting their villages or you are invited to visit their home, you are highly advised to address appropriately (not too revealed). Swimwear is acceptable on the beaches and at hotel’s poolside.

What to bring along?
A hat is also recommended to keep the hot sun off your face, apply sunscreen when go on the beaches, visit Angkor temples as most of them are exposed in the open, apply insect repellent when you go for adventure trips through the jungle, mangroves or at countryside for overnights. Walking shoes, sneakers and sandals are good for sightseeing tours while strong footwear is highly recommended for remote adventures, trekking and hiking. As it is tropical monsoon and to keep you rehydrate, you should bring extra bottles of water with you. Mini first aid kit is also essential.

Drinking water in Cambodia
It is not recommended to drink tap water in Cambodia. Filtered water is a better option, try to use a refillable canteen or water bottle rather than buying bottled water. Remember to avoid ice in drinks if you don’t really know where it’s manufactured. Bottled water can be found and purchased at local stores and many at the street sides, and at mini marts.

What is an ideal budget for accommodation?
That entirely depends on your style of travel and the level of comfort that you are accustomed to. You can easily find guesthouses from as $9-$15 (Fan or Air Conditioning) while hostels are ranged from $5-$8. Standard accommodation is start from $20-$30, mid-range from $35-$55, comfort is from $60-$120 and luxurious comfort is from $130-$360 and top luxury is up to $400-$1200.

What’s the best way to get around?
The Romork (or tuk tuk) is affordable with fun and very popular in Cambodia. You come across Romorks all the way out when you come out of the exit gate at airport. For short distance from your hotel to pup street or super markets, the charge is about 2-3 bucks and a full day service is from $15-$25 depending on places you go but for long distance from 45km up, air conditioning car should be an ideal. The most comfortable and escape from the heat, air conditioning cars are the best option, and price is $30-$45 for general tourist attraction sites. Electric-bike or bicycles are available for rent at the central area. Mountain bike cost $5-$7 and Electric-bike is $8-$12 per day. Motorcycle is not allowed to rent for tourists.

Is a visitor required to have a local tour guide?
No, a guide for the Angkor Complex is not required and it is an entirely up to visitors to decide if they need guide service or not. A guide will definitely enrich your experience and can offer you detailed cultural, historical information and save much of your time on considering or researching but may prefer to go without a guide. A local English speaking guide service is generally charged from $35 per day without sunrise or adventure/remote trips. Tour guide service can be arranged by your hotel, guesthouse and other local travel agencies.

How much is Angkor pass, how does one get it and how is it used?
The Angkor Wat pass can be purchased at the toll booth en route to Angkor Archaeological Park. There is always queue, payment is made in cash and they will take photo for you. Once you get the pass, make sure you keep it with you safely (or use name tag) because you have to show your pass to authority guards at the entrance of each temple.

A). 1-day pass is USD 37
B). 3-day pass is USD 62 (Valid within 10 days)
C). 7-day pass is USD 72 (Valid within 30 days)

Temple hours: The Angkor Wat complex opens at 5:00am and closes at 6:00pm. Banteay Srei closes at 5:00pm and Kbal Spean closes at 3:00pm, so plan your itinerary carefully.

Passes are not required for the following, however there is a toll levied Phnom Kulen ($20), Koh Ker ($10), Beng Melea ($5), Preah Vihear ($10), Sambor Prei Kuk ($10), Banteay Chhmar ($5) and Preah Khan Kampong Svay ($5).

What should one bring to give to the kids?
Bringing things and hand out at random is never a good idea as it just encourages begging and make jealousy. Purchasing items from street children is just to enhance them to stay on the streets, missing school and missing out on an education. If you wish to help out children in Cambodia, arrange to visit a school or an orphanage and bring supplies directly to them. You can buy school supplies and toys at the local markets or a stationary nearby. Not only this benefits the local business but also you can purchase those items in a fair price and you won’t have to fill your suitcase with items from home. If you will be visiting a home of the locals, bring them some household items such as soap, shampoo, cooking oil, salt, soup base etc. which will be more useful than a decorative object.

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