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what do i need for my health

There are no vaccinations required to enter Cambodia, except coming from an area with high yellow fever risk. It is definitely advised to have the following vaccinations: typhus, cholera, hepatitis A en B, tetanus and

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is cambodia dangerous

For the last few years Cambodia has been socially and political stable. As in other bigger cities there are small crimes and bag-snatching. Be attentive and don’t forget to carry your camera. We work with

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do i need a visa

All visitors need a visa. A tourist visa valid for 1 month can be purchased on arrival when carrying a valid travel passport for minimum 6 months after leaving Cambodia. The price is officially US$30.00

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bon om touk

Bon Om Touk, also known as “the Water Festival,” is an annual Cambodian celebration that takes place primarily in the Cambodian capital city of Phnom Penh but also in the city of Angkor. Bon Om

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pchum ben

Pchum Ben is a unique Cambodian Buddhist festival that is held for two straight weeks from the first till the fifteenth of the Khmer month of Potrbotr. Pchum Ben is a public holiday in Cambodia

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king norodom sihamoni’s birthday

The King’s Birthday is a major Cambodian holiday that allows the people of Cambodia to express their patriotism and appreciation for their progressive government. Due to the aftermath of the Khmer Rouge and Pol Pot,

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meak bochea day

In Cambodia, Meak Bochea Day is an important public holiday and religious festival. It is observed on the full moon in the third month of the Khmer calendar, which generally lands it in later February

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liberation from khmer rouge

Victory Day is a national holiday in Cambodia, celebrated every 7 January to commemorate the fall of the bloody Khmer Rouge regime that committed genocide on millions of Cambodians. This regime took power in the

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