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.

Tel/WhatsApp: +855 12 910 578

Email: chhay2005@hotmail.com

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Health & Medical Advice


Even though vaccinations are not officially required for the entry into Cambodia, an immunization for protection against hepatitis A & B, typhoid, tetanus, polio, cholera, and Japanese encephalitis is highly encouraged. Please consult with your travel physicians for some advice. There is also dengue fever to worry about, so it is recommended to wear a good DEET-based mosquito repellent when you are outside, and re-apply periodically. Long pants and long-sleeved shirts are also good to prevent bites. At any market, you can also pick up mosquito coils to burn if you happen to like sitting outside at dusk, when the mosquitoes are out.
As there are malaria-carrying mosquitoes around the Cambodia-Thai border area, Malaria risk should be considered carefully if travelling to this region. However, malaria may not be a significant problem in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.

If you will be spending more than a couple of weeks traveling in Cambodia, it is a good idea to get a hepatitis A & B shot, as well as to update your tetanus shot. If you will be spending a good deal of time in rural areas on farms, working with livestock or in areas with rice paddies, you may want to look into getting a Japanese encephalitis vaccine.

Any essential medications should be brought with you as there is no guarantee they will be available in Cambodia. It is a great idea if you could bring your medical items or emergency medical kids like: aspirin, insect repellent, band aids, Sun cream, Moisturizer, Balm etc. You may also want to bring medicine for diarrhea, headaches, paracetamol, sore throats, insect bites, eye drops and so on.