What you need to know
Information and Facts
Where ancient and moderns worlds collide, be captured by Cambodia’s magic. Whether you rather visit the ancient temples or relax on the white paradise beaches, Cambodia is the trip of a lifetime. Book your next trip with Downunder Travel and experience a charming kingdom of adventure.
Cambodia’s climate can be broken down into two seasons: wet season (May to October, average being 35°C) and dry season (November to March, average being 20°C). The country normally enjoys a comfortably warm temperature year-round, with temperature fluctuations depending on the part of Cambodia you are visiting.
Cambodia is generally a safe destination all year round. It is recommended to take any necessary precautions as you would when at home; bring sun block and apply regularly, stay hydrated often, wear long-sleeved clothing and have copies on-hand of your important documents. We recommend that all our travellers purchase travel insurance.
While some vaccines may be recommended when travelling around Asia – WHO recommends travellers be up to date with their Tetanus, Diphtheria and Hepatitis A & Hepatitis B shots – there aren’t any known ailments or endemic diseases where there is a need for a particular immunisation required for travel.
In general, prior to departure for any vacation, it’s always best to speak with your physician, who knows your medical history, and can assess any risks involved with your intended destination.
Currency & Customs
The currency is the Cambodian Riel. It is mandatory to get a Travel Visa in order to be allowed entry into Cambodia. The visa can be purchased on arrival (or beforehand) is valid for a maximum of 30 days.
The electrical current for Cambodia is 230 Volts at 50 Hertz; it is recommended for certain appliances such as hair dryers and straighteners to bring both a plug adapter and converter. For newer electronics such as tablets or smartphones, a plug adapter may only be needed as the voltage could automatically adjust.
Khmer is the national language of Cambodia. Spoken languages also include French and Cham.