Cambodia

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Weather
Tropical and warm. Rainy season: May to October. Dry season: December to April.
Local currency
The local currency is the Riel, but the US dollar is often also accepted as a payment currency.
Official language
Khmer
Travel documents
É necessário visto. O visto pode ser obtido à entrada neste país.
Os turistas que pretendam deslocar-se ao Camboja devem ser portadores de passaporte cujo prazo de validade mínimo seja, à data de entrada no país, de 6 meses.
Security
Visits to the Preah Vilhear temple and Ta Krabey and Ta Moan temples, located on the Cambodian-Thai border, are not recommended because of border disputes between these countries. It is recommended to avoid traveling to other border areas between the two countries, especially Ou Smach.

To visit the temples of Angkor, it is recommended to reach Siem Riap by plane or by land. The drive from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap takes five hours. It is advisable to travel by boat, as this means of transport does not offer safe conditions.

Emergency Line for Local Police: 117.

Fire Line: 118.

Ambulance Emergency Line: 119.

Tourist Police telephone contact in Phnom Penh: 012 942 484.

Siem Reap Tourist Police telephone contact: 012 402 424.
Health and vaccination
Health network: Outside the capital is precarious.
General precautions are recommended such as avoiding contact with poultry or eating their poorly cooked meat.
Insurance: A good health insurance policy is recommended.
Communications
Telephone communications are not efficient outside the capital. The international code is 855.
Main tourist points
Every year, the country is transformed into a natural and unique cycle in Cambodia. The flow of the mighty Mekong River increases until Tonle Sap reverses its course, raising the flow of the former capital. Every year, the river's reversal is celebrated with the country's most spectacular Water Festival in November.
For the most part, Cambodia evokes the legendary Angkor (the magnificent empire erected by kings between the 9th and 13th centuries) that continues to admire the Khmers and foreigners. The temples remain with enigmatic grandeur, as a testament to the Empire that symbolized the country today.
Cambodia's main attractions:
- Angkor Complex
- Phnom Penh City
- Sihanoukville - Beach
- Mondulkiri is full of natural beauty, with densely wooded, powerful mountains.
- Rattanakiri - EcoTourism
- Kampot is a small town on the banks of the Tuk Chhou River, 5 km from the inland sea.
Kratie is a sleepy Mekong River town situated on the east bank of the mighty river.
- Kampong Thom is a province located in the central point of the Kingdom of Cambodia.
Battambang is Cambodia's second largest city in the heart of the northwest.
- The temple of Preah Vihear is located in a pleasant environment with an attractive landscape.
- Kirirom Resort. Located in Phnom Sruoch District, Kampong Speu Province.
- Banteay Chhmar Temple, the huge complex, which was a temple city.
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Gastronomy
Khmer food is one of the main national identities that reflects the ways of life, thought and mind of the Cambodian people, hidden in the taste of eating meat dishes and sweet foods. Cambodia has been rich in a variety of plants and cultures since ancient times.
They like the flavors, smells, colors and textures of food. They celebrate special occasions with favorite meals and banquets. Favorite vegetables include beans, broccoli, kale, carrots, celery, lettuce, onions, peas, potatoes and sweet corn. Vegetables are usually eaten during the main part of a meal. They can be served raw, in a salad, cooked and served with sauce or added to a soup.
Presentation
Cambodia is a Southeast Asian nation whose landscape encompasses the lowlands, the Mekong Delta, the mountains and the shores of the Gulf of Thailand. Phnom Penh is your capital. It borders Thailand to the northwest, Laos to the northeast, Vietnam to the east, and the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest.
Cambodia is located in the heart of Southeast Asia, evoking images of a glorious and mysterious past rich in cultural heritage, particularly the world's renowned ancient city of temples, whose magical image increasingly attracts tourists from around the world.
The divergent facets of the Kingdom provoke both the serious and the casual traveler, often delighted and sometimes confused by its mysteries. Not only Angkor Wat, Bayon, Taprohm, the sandstone of ancient sacred places, the giant roots of ancient trees, the graceful forms of Apsaras and some jungle-buried temples, the mountainous tribes set in remote areas, the colorful pagodas, the ropes of untouched islands and the beach of the century as part of the cultural tour on which Cambodia prides itself on presenting, but also the splendor of the Khmer civilization and its people who show their sympathy everywhere that moves around the country.

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