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Enthralling Mix of Ancient and Modern Cambodia

Reasons Why You Should Get a Travel Insurance for Cambodia

5 Things to Do in Cambodia

How to Get a Visa for Cambodia?

Where to Find Indian Food in Cambodia?

Enthralling Mix of Ancient and Modern Cambodia

If you ever want to be engulfed by the history of a place as much as its beauty, then take a trip to Cambodia. The Southeast Asian nation is alluring, it offers everything from the rawness of the countryside to the sophistication of the city. Phnom Penh, the capital city of the country, has some of the most exquisite jewels; from the Royal Palace to the National Museum and art deco central market. This place has a lot to offer in terms of history, art and culture. The most renowned part of the nation is the ruins of Angkor Wat. This is essentially a massive stone temple complex that was built during the Khmer Empire. Cambodia is bordered by places like Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.

Reasons Why You Should Get a Travel Insurance for Cambodia

Travel emergencies: A Cambodia travel insurance plan will protect you from situations such as accidents, injuries or loss of baggage. It will cover for the expenses you incur and also provide you with assistance in a foreign land. So, no more stress about such things!

Covers medical expenses: A travel insurance plan covers the cost of treatment of in case of a medical emergency during your trip. During extreme situations; expenses to move you to a better hospital would also be borne by your travel insurance provider.

Trip cancellation:In case you have to cancel your trip at the last moment, your prepaid expenses will be reimbursed by your insurance provider. The reason for cancellation could vary from health to work. Your travel insurance helps you stay prepared for such situation and avoid a huge financial loss.

Loss and Theft: When travelling to a different nation, it can get very tiring and you may lose track of time. Sometimes, you could also misplace your baggage, passport or even cash. During such situations, instead of panicking, you could simply call your travel insurance partner and they will assist you as well as make arrangement for your travel and stay.

Choose from different Bharti AXATravel Insurance plans for Cambodia, or customise your plan to enjoy a stress-free trip!

5 Things to Do in Cambodia
  1. Temples of Angkor : The capital city of the Khmer Empire, Angkor, boasts of many intricate temples, each better than the other! The temples are a pilgrimage point for the Cambodians. This ancient site is one of the largest religious monument complexes in the world.
  2. Phnom Penh : The capital city of the nation was once called the Pearl of Asia, but war and revolution had tarnished its very existence. Today, Phnom Penh has risen from the ashes. It is filled with bars, cafes and has a world class food scene.
  3. Siem Reap : Located in the north-western part of Cambodia, Siem Reap is a resort town that is the gateway to the ruins of Angkor. Take in the scenic beauty of the colonial and Chinese-style architecture while you visit this place.
  4. The Southern Islands : If unspoilt beaches are what you are looking for, step into a paradise called Southern islands. Lay back and relax on a hammock while enjoying an exotic drink.
  5. Royal Palace : The official residence of King Sihamoni has distinctive Khmer roofs and ornate gilding. Some parts of the palace are open for public viewing while the rest are closed for the Royal family. You will find the Throne hall very amusing, it has a 59m-high tower that you can see once you approach the palace.
How to Get a Visa for Cambodia?
  1. You need a passport and visa to visit Cambodia.
  2. Depending on your purpose, you can apply for a one-month Cambodian visa at the airports in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
  3. The visa can also be obtained at the borders.
  4. Your passport needs to be valid for at least six months from the expiry date.
  5. You will need one recent passport size photograph.
Embassy Help in Cambodia

Embassy of India, Cambodia

50 Samdach Pan Ave (214), Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Telephone: +855 23 210 912

Email: amb.phnompenh@mea.gov.in

Working Days: Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5:30 pm

Airports in Cambodia

Some of the most popular airports in Cambodia include:

  • Phnom Penh International Airport: Located 10 kilometres west of Phnom Penh, this airport is the largest in Cambodia. There are various franchises in the airport to lounge in if you are waiting for your flight back home.
  • Siem Reap International Airport : This airport is the gateway to the ruins of Angkor! It is the busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic, as it is a very popular tourist destination.
Where to Find Indian Food in Cambodia?

The Lahore Indian Restaurant, Phnom Penh :From super delicious and tender chicken tandoori to authentic Indian and Pakistani curries, you can indulge in all of this and more.

Phnom Penh India :Order the butter chicken, cheese naan, popadoms and chicken jalfrezi here! Vegetarians can try the saag aloo, veg paneer saag and garlic naan. The portion sizes served here are reasonably large.

New Delhi Indian Restaurant  :There’s something for everyone here, the vegetarians can enjoy the yellow dal and jeera rice, while eggetarians can get straight to the egg curry and non-vegetarians can enjoy the butter chicken and chicken tikka masala!

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