Practical Information for Traveling to Cambodia...



Cambodia is a country in Indochina, between Vietnam, Thailand and Laos. The country is surrounded by forests of southwest to northeast and is dotted with a huge network of rivers and canals centered on the main axis of the Mekong countries which crosses over 500km from north to south


Passeport & Visas

All people traveling in Cambodia or in other Asian countries should have a passport which must be valid at least 6 months after their return date.

Mandatory visa is obtained before departure from visa consulate of Cambodia in your country. It is also possible to adjust the entry visa (25 USD / person) cash on the immigration office. Provide two passport photos. For all other nationalities, please refer to competent authorities

For more information about Cambodian Visa, please click here and apply or directly contact the helpful staffs at GATO Tour and Travel and send your request to them



No vaccinations are required but vaccines DT-Polio, typhoid, hepatitis A and B are recommended

The quality of health in Cambodia is rising. As of 2010, the life expectancy is 60 years for males and 65 years for females, a major improvement since 1999 when the average life expectancy was 49.8 and 46.8 respectively. Health care is offered by both public and private practitioners and research has found that trust in health providers is a key factor in improving the uptake of health care services in rural Cambodia. The Royal Cambodian Government plans to increase the quality of healthcare in the country by raising awareness of HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases. Government spending on health care corresponded to 5.8% of Cambodia's gross domestic product (GDP). For Tourists, it is advised to take preventive measures like taking anti malarial drugs and using mosquito repellent creams. They are available in the local pharmacy stores. In some cases, kits that include ant-malarial drugs and repellent cream are also available. It should not be much of an issue if these basic measures can be taken



Riel is the currency of Cambodia

For information: 1 euro = 5431.54 Riel (KHR)



They are common to thank guides, drivers and porters. Tipping is subject to your discretion


Cambodian Cuisine

Rice is the staple grain, as in other Southeast Asian countries. Fish from the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers is also an important part of the diet. The supply of fish and fish products for food and trade in 2000 was 20 kilograms per person or 2 ounces per day per person. Some of the fish can be made into prahok for longer storage. The cuisine of Cambodia contains tropical fruits, soups and noodles. Key ingredients are kaffir lime, lemon grass, garlic, fish sauce, soy sauce, curry, tamarind, ginger, oyster sauce, coconut milk and black pepper

French influence on Cambodian cuisine includes the Cambodian red curry with toasted baguette bread. The toasted baguette pieces are dipped in the curry and eaten. Cambodian red curry is also eaten with rice and rice vermicelli noodles. Probably the most popular dine out dish, kuy teav, is a pork broth rice noodle soup with fried garlic, scallions, green onions that may also contain various toppings such as beef balls, shrimp, pork liver or lettuce. The cuisine is relatively unknown to the world compared to that of its neighbours Thailand and Vietnam




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