A passport valid for six months is required for entry into Cambodia.
Visas: Visas are required by all nationals referred to in the chart above. You can obtain these in advance or on arrival at most ports of entry.â€¨
As elsewhere in South East Asia, the quality of the food is a draw in its own right. Khmer cuisine shares much with that of both Thailand and China, although it tends to steer clear of excessive use of spices. Quality restaurants are found in all areas that...
Angkor, the former capital of the ancient Khmer Empire, is one of the greatest and most spectacular Hindu religious sites in the world. Construction of this elaborate temple complex - built in honour of the god Vishnu - began in AD 879 during the reign of...
Riel (KHR; symbol CR) is the country’s official currency but locals prefer to use dollars. Riel notes are in denominations of CR100,000, 50,000, 20,000, 10,000, 5,000, 2,000, 1,000, 500, 200, 100 and 50. Dollars notes (not coins) are widely accepted,...
It might be one of Southeast Asia’s smallest countries, but Cambodia can compete with the big boys when it comes to must-see sights. Once the preserve of trailblazing backpackers, this formerly war-torn nation is now firmly
Being located in the tropical zone north of the equator, Cambodia has a monsoon climate. Monsoon season runs May - November, meaning that the most pleasant season for visitors is generally the dry season, stretching from November/December - April.
95% of the population are classified Buddhist (Theravada), the remainder are Muslim and Christian. Buddhism was reinstated as the national religion in 1989 after a ban on religious activity in 1975.
Embassy of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea: â€¨ N 39, P. Suramarith St. Tel: 426 848/015 839 680
Embassy of Australia: Villa 11, St. 254 Tel:213 470, Fax: 426 003
PUBLIC EMERGENCY CONTACTS
1- Tourist Police - Phnom Penh
Phone: 012 942 484 â€¨Address: St. 598, 12107, Phnom Penh
2- Police - Phnom Penh
3- Fire Police Phnom Penh