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  • Airport tax

    • How much shall I pay for airport tax?
      The costs of airport tax are
      International Departure Tax: US$ 25 per person
      and domestic departure tax: US$6 per person

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  • Getting there

    • There are direct flights to the capital of Phnom Penh from Bangkok, Hochiminh, Kualalumpur, Singapore, Hongkong, Vientiane and Guangzou. All of these cities serve as
      gateways to Cambodia meaning Cambodia is easily reached from further a field. Cambodia can also be reached by road from Thailand and Vietnam. Another exotic way to reach Cambodia is by river boat or sea cruise.

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  • Health

    • Do I require medical insurance before travelling to Cambodia?
      It is a good idea for you to have medical insurance before you travel to Cambodia as Cambodia does not have reciprocal health service agreements with other nations.

    • Do I need any vaccinations for Cambodia vacations?
      Travellers have very little to worry about in a country where health standards are ranked amongst the highest in Asia. Vaccinations are not required to enter the Kingdom of
      Cambodia. you are unless coming from a 'yellow' infected area.

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  • Money - Currency

    • What money should I take for Cambodia tours?
      Travelers checks are accepted, and just about all credit cards too. US dollars and Thai baht are equally welcome. It is unnecessary to carry around wads of the local currency the Riels. Cash advances can be taken on major credit cards in most Phnom Penh and Siem Reap banks but there are no ATM machines yet. International transfers can also be arranged-funds can be available within 48-72 hours if you are in capital city

    • Are there ATMs in Cambodia?
      The ANZ Royal Group has finally brought international access, 7-day, 24-hour ATMs to Cambodia.

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  • Safety

    • Is it safe to travel? Are there places to avoid?
      There is some risk from terrorism due to continuing terrorist activity in South East Asia, and travellers are advised to be vigilant in public places and areas frequented by
      foreigners. Cambodia remains one of the most heavily land-mined countries in the world. Visitors should travel with a local guide and never stray off the main paths. It is not
      advisable to travel anywhere at night. Caution should be taken in the capital, Phnom Penh, especially at ni