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Kep Tours

Enjoy the wildness of Kep National Park
Look over to the ocean
Kep provides pristine sunset views.

Siem Reap Tours

Things to do in Siem Reap
Siem Reap tour guides
Day trips from Siem Reap
Siem Reap Tours Packages

Kampot Tours

Be the luckiest Kampost explorer with us!
Kampot is an attractive destination for all family members.

Phnom Penh Tours

Discover the best Phnom Penh tour packages, rated by travelers like you.

Koh Kong Tours

Many attractive spots, undeveloped shorelines, the Cardamom Mountains, the biggest jungle of Cambodia.
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Frequently Asked Questions

You will need a Cambodian visa and a valid passport to go into Cambodia. Business and tourist visas are valid for one month from the date they are issued. Tourists and business travelers may likewise get a Cambodian visa at the airports in Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, and at all major border crossings.

Yes, we do. 25% of the whole payment will be required to settle when you are happy with the itinerary or the tour plans we put together for you.

The remain balance will be required to settle at least one month before the travel date to secure all aspects of your booking.

All hotels and tour activities are arranged ahead of time, therefore some activities can be free-of-charge cancellation and some cannot.

Policies are applied below:
Minimum 45 days prior to arrival, 100% full refund
Less than 45 – 30 days prior to arrival, 75% refund
Less than 30 days prior to arrival, Non-refundable

Since Cambodia is a hot and humid country, natural fabrics such as linen, cotton, and silk will keep you cooler than synthetic materials.

Lightweight, loose-fitting cotton clothing, long-sleeved t-shirts and long-sleeved pants will safeguard against mosquitoes and the sun.

Do I Need Travel Insurance For Cambodia?

Travel insurance is very important for travelers who plan their holiday abroad. It is not too late to buy travel insurance after booking your trip but it’s always the best to buy one as early as possible.

We strongly recommend our clients to buy their own travel insurance before they come on the trip with us.

Travel insurance is a must-have for a trip to Cambodia.

Medical facilities in Cambodia are not of international standard at the moment. Few of them are but can be as well very expensive.

In the event of any illness or accident, you want to have access to the best and most authoritative Hospitals and facilities in the country. 

Travel insurance for Cambodia is therefore essential. 

Travel insurance provides peace and security in the case of a passport loss, money loss, if your luggage is lost.

Common question and curiosities about Cambodia travelling

Cambodia has 2 seasons and a tropical environment with warm temperature levels throughout the year.

The dry season will start from December to April. It brings sunny and dry weather, particularly in early January and February.

The rainy season will start from May to November. Throughout September and October, Cambodia can expect the most precipitation.

Since Cambodia is a hot and humid country, natural fabrics such as linen, cotton, and silk will keep you cooler than synthetic materials.

Lightweight, loose-fitting cotton clothing, long-sleeved t-shirts and long-sleeved pants will safeguard against mosquitoes and the sun.

Water quality varies from region to region in Cambodia, and we do not suggest you drink it.

It’s best to stick to filtered water, which most hotels and restaurants have.

Wi-Fi is readily available in all major locations. In few areas, Wi-Fi speed might be a little slow but free to use. Example: you are going to a cafe, take a drink, you will be access to their Wi-Fi. At the most open-door restaurant, you can just ask the waiter to access their Wi-Fi, and a password will be provided.

Tipping isn’t expected, but appreciated. This applies to waiters, drivers, guides or others. Leaving a small tip depending on the service is a great way to expose your appreciation.

In regards to the question of how much you should tip is all depending on your satisfaction of the services you received. We could just give you the ideas of rough amount you should leave on dining table (5$-10$), Temple Guide (10$-20$ per trip) same with driver.

Between November and January is a great time to visit Cambodia because the temperatures are lower and less rain. You can comfortably spend long days outdoors exploring.

We can say the peak season (November to February) is the best period for your holiday trips to Cambodia.

Still, if you don’t want to see much crowd and get annoyed to push your way out, green season (June to October) would be ideal as the best time in your mind to visit Cambodia when everything looks green, wet, cool off, and very less touristy.

Cambodia is a family-friendly destination. We can also say that Cambodia is more oriented towards adventurous families. Many famous activities such as cycling tours, visits to the Angkor Archaeological Park, boat rides on Tonle Sap Lake are just a few examples of activities that require plenty of walking, a bit of endurance and a mind steered toward discovering.

According to the new travel trend for 2022, a family holiday shall not miss the community activities with farm staycation holiday.

 

Depending on your travel styles, Cambodia has everything you need to comfort you on your holiday.

However, Cambodia is a reasonable price travel destination, even by Southeast Asian standards.
It’s not difficult to find comfortable hotels at a reasonable cost. Food is also quite cheap.

There is no hesitation in saying that Cambodian people are very friendly. They are warm, open and appreciative of tourists.

Those who encounter them friendly will gladly offer assistance. Please do not use loud voices and wild gesturing when talking with locals.

Proper attire when visiting temples in Angkor Wat consists in:
long pants (covering -not reaching- the knee) and shirts that cover shoulders.
Skirts, shorts, and everything that exposes those body parts are not allowed when visiting temple areas.

SIM cards may be purchased at any phone shop in Cambodia, although it is better to acquire them straight from the mobile company. Any shop is supposed to maintain a copy of your passport on file. If you lose your SIM, however, if your passport has been registered, you may quickly obtain a replacement SIM. 

You can easily buy a SIM card from one of the major mobile company official shops at the arrival terminal of every Cambodia airport.

Simply bring a passport with a valid visa to the office to acquire a SIM card. You’ll be presented with a selection of cards and prices usually ranging between 10 and 20 USD. Greater costly cards do not have more worth; they are simply purportedly fortunate combinations of numbers in a phone number.

Being prepared may make or break your enjoyment of your vacation to Cambodia or anywhere else.

Minor illnesses such as upset tummies, allergies, wounds and scratches, skin rashes, and sunburn may all detract from your holiday experience if not addressed promptly.

Sunscreen: Always apply sunscreen liberally in the morning and afternoon, and use at least SPF 30. The Cambodian sun is scorching, especially after 10 a.m. When feasible, wear a hat and cover-up. Be aware of these suggestions, especially when you are getting ready to visit Angkor Wat or any Archeological site, as there might be a lot of outdoor time and walking during your day excursions.

Mosquito Repellent: In addition to sunscreen, a generous squirt of mozzie repellent is important in the morning. If you have sundowners on a verandah or similar, make sure you’ve applied repellant liberally before going out or that you’re totally covered up because mozzies adore the twilight. Pay attention to this since living with itching mosquito bites may be quite unpleasant – prevention is always preferable to cure.

Stay Hydrated: The number one reason for individuals feeling dizzy is dehydration.
However, many individuals are already dehydrated before going on vacation, and a tropical nation like Cambodia with heat and humidity may soon worsen this.
Drink at least 3 litres of bottled water every day, and drink before you are thirsty. In Cambodia, bottled water is widely accessible. If you want to trek about the temples for a lengthy period of time, get plenty of water on the tour.

Hand sanitizer is always handy in case you are unable to wash your hands at the time.

Imodium or comparable diarrhoea pills are useful for temporarily stabilizing your system. Usually, diarrhoea is caused by a significant change in what you’re eating rather than true food poisoning — drink plenty of water and seek medical attention if it doesn’t clear up after a few days.

Travel First Aid Kit: Having a small, well-designed first aid kit with plasters, disinfectant, and other items allows you to rapidly treat wounds and scrapes and prevent them from becoming infected.