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Cambodia feels like a bit of a hidden gem in Southeast Asia. While it’s still a pretty popular tourist destination, it’s not talked about nearly as much as Thailand. With spectacular temples, beautiful islands and beaches, and rich cultural heritage, Cambodia is a place you won’t want to miss.
While the bustle of the big cities might be the country’s main attractions, our favorite places in Cambodia are actually the smaller towns and villages. From the jungles to the beaches, this country is full of amazing sights just waiting to be explored.

Best Time To Travel

NOVEMBER TO APRIL

Cambodia appreciates a moderately mild atmosphere all year, so visit Cambodia at your recreation. However, remember, that the nation has two unmistakable seasons: dry (October through late April) and wet (May to late September). While the hottest months are commonly May and June, humidity tops in March and April.

See & do in Cambodia

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Cardamom Mountains

Cardamom Mountains

Central Market

Central Market

Angkor National Museum

Angkor National Museum

Getting around Cambodia

Cambodia is home to a lot of fun local transportation choices for explorers who need to get around the city by some other means than walk or on a leased bike. There are Remork-motos that are like tuk-tuks yet bigger and are worked as low-tech buses in many urban areas, or cyclo, the local cycle rickshaw, that are found in most metropolitan urban communities and Outboards, kind of local buses or taxicabs that can carry around 6 individuals. Apart from a few bus city routes in Phnom Phen, relatively very few urban communities have public transport facilities that are popular.

While taxis are getting well known in Cambodia, their accessibility is as yet not sufficient with just a few service providers in the business. In the event that you experience issues getting a taxi, book one with your lodging or just Uber your way to your destination. For air terminal transfers you can look for cabs, tuk-tuks, and motos.

As of late in 2014, the public authority presented public buses in Phnom Phen, charges of which are multiple times less expensive than that of different methods of transportation. These tolls are prudent and no passes have been introduced as of now.

Car rentals are an incredible method to get around Cambodia. While a few urban communities are extraordinarily quiet and a pleasure to drive in, urban communities like Phnom Phen are stacked with traffic on most days. Then again you could likewise get a motorcycle or a bicycle. Also remember, the main challenge about driving in Cambodia is complicated routes and lack of road signs, make sure you’re not lost.

Survival Guide

  • The power sockets are of type A and C
  • The appliances used in India will require a power plug adapter for these socket types.
  • The voltage here is 220 volts at 50 Hz and it is the same as that we have in India.
  • You can get your universal adapters in any electrical appliances shop or can order them online.
  • The currency in Cambodia is Cambodian Riel.
  • For one meal, the cost will be close to 12000 KHR, i.e 200 INR/ person.
  • The expenditure in Cambodia for a day per person will be around 25000 Cambodia Riel approx Rs 450 which includes your meal & other personal expenses.
  • Have the split as 30 % cash and 70 % loaded in your multi-currency card.
  • SIM cards are easily available in Cambodia.
  • Sim cards can be purchased in official stores for Rs 67 to 134.
  • Metfone is the largest network provider in Cambodia.
  • These local SIM cards are the best way for keeping down costs.
  • Travel insurance with medical cover is recommended for Cambodia.
  • Avoid swimming in fresh water in Cambodia.
  • The health care facilities in Cambodia is just rising.
  • Consult a doctor if you experience fever, diarrhea, vomiting, or similar symptoms.

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