Angkor Wat Trip

We are a team of professional and experienced guides, from well to excellent English speaking, licensed by Cambodia's Ministry of Tourism.

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Currency & ATM


While the official currency in Cambodia is the riel, U.S. dollars are most popular and wildly in circulation everywhere. One dollar is equivalent to 4000 Khmer Riels. Grocery stores have prices in both dollars and Cambodian riels. You will usually get your change in riel. Small bills (US$ 1) are good to have around for tipping or paying for minor stuffs, as is spare riel. Smaller bills are preferred for shopping at local markets, as a lot of vendors will not be able to change anything greater than a US$ 20 bill. Please make sure your dollars are not torn or old or discolored. Shops, restaurants, hotels and airport will not accept these bills. As much as possible, keep them looking new.

No coinage in Cambodia. Cambodian riel notes come in 50, 100, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10,000, 50,000 and 100,000 denominations, but the distinctive red 500 riel note, 1000 riel and the 5000 riel note are the most useful and common.

There are banks in the Capital and provincial towns in Cambodia, including Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanouk Ville, Kampot and Battambang. The banks offer the usual banking services - cash advances on credits cards (most accept Visa card,) international currency exchange, telegraphic transfers, cash travelers checks and ANZ Royal Banks, Canadia and SBC Banks offer ATMs with international access. Most banks are open from 8:00 to 15:00 or 16:00PM, Monday through Friday. Some are open Saturday mornings until 11:30.

Credit cards are accepted at most upscale hotels, shops, higher-end restaurants and a growing number of other businesses. Generally, they are not accepted at any businesses outside of Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, and Sihanoukville. Visa, MasterCard (MC) and JCB cards are the most widely accepted in Cambodia. AMEX is coming into wider use, as well as the new ANZ Bluespot card. Diners Club (DC) is accepted at very few places.

Traveller checks are accepted at most banks, major hotels and restaurants and at some money changers. 'Instant' cash transfers can be done through MoneyGram or Western Union. Ordinary telegraphic transfers are available at all major banks. There are numerous money changers as well. The vendors will usually expect the customer to pay the 3% bank fee for using a credit card.

There are now ATMs with international access in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville, Kampot and Battambang. ANZ Royal Bank and Canadia Bank ATMs both accept Cirrus, Plus, Maestro, Visa and Master Card systems. SBC Bank ATMs accept Visa and MasterCard. All ATMs dispenses US dollars.