Weather:
As Cambodia located in tropical continent region so the weather in here almost the same all year round hot in dry season, wet in the rainy reason and high humidity we suggest you to wear light cotton clothes, hat, sun scream lotion protection for the weather from March to July and spray with mosquitos repellent for the weather in wet season from June-Nov.

Obtain Cambodian Visa :

You can get Cambodia visa by 3 ways :

1- When you arrive here at airport or at the border
2- Go to Cambodia Embassy in your country
3- E-visa through internet. You can go to apply from website here :
https://www.evisa.gov.kh/

Money for using in Cambodia

The official currency in Cambodia is the Cambodian Riel (KHR), however USD$ are used everywhere in the country and most of the prices are set in USD. We advise you to bring US$ and remember to bring new and clean bank notes as the old or torn notes will not be accepted at most places. ATMs are almost everywhere in the city also and making it easy to withdraw cash in USD. The exchange rate is usually roughly KHR4000 to US$1, so if you give US$2 for something which costs KHR6000, you will usually receive back KHR2000.

 Angkor Pass Fees :

1 Day: 37USD/person ( This ticket is valid only on the day of purchase )
3 Days: 62USD/person ( This ticket is valid for 10 days from the date of purchase. You can choose which three days you wish to visit the Angkor temples on )
7 Days:72USD/person ( This ticket is valid for one calendar month from the date of purchase. You have a whole month in which to visit the Angkor temples on the seven days of your choice )

Dress Code at Angkor

Buddhist culture is conservative with regards to attire. Wearing revealing clothes such as shorts, tank tops, and skirts that show flesh above the knees is considered very disrespectful. Also, showing bare shoulders is not appropriate. It’s strongly recommended to dress respectfully when visiting Angkor, as it’s frequented by Buddhist monks for spiritual activities.

 Restaurants during the sightseeing.

During the sightseeing in the lunch break guide will stop at any good restaurants around temples nearby for you to have lunch and after lunch then we will keep continue visit more temples. We will not return to city or your hotel for you have lunch for the season to save the time unless you request to return.

Due to most of hotels included with breakfast if your sightseeing set to see sunrise then after sunrise we will take you return to your hotel for breakfast and we start again later after your breakfast but in case you don’t want to return hotel for breakfast the season visit less crowd while most of tourists return hotel for breakfast we suggest you pack breakfast from your hotels ( most of hotels can pack breakfast for you ) or we can eat breakfast at any good restaurants in front of Angkor Wat.

Cost of the foods at most of restaurants during the sightseeing can be rank from 5USD per dish which depend on the food you order from menu.