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Electricity in Myanmar

Electrical sockets (outlets) in Burma (Myanmar) usually supply electricity at between 220 and 240 volts AC. If you're plugging in an appli...

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What to buy in Myanmar - Shopping tips

The Bogyoke Aung San Market is the most popular market and a great tourist destination in Yangon. It is one of the precious colonial build...

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Tipping in Myanmar

Tipping is not part of the culture in Myanmar. However, by now they have had enough exposure to visitors who do tip that some may have com...

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Basic Cambodian Phrases

Most Khmer people don't expect a foreigner to be able to speak any of their language and will surely appreciate if you make a little effort and can st...

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Counting in Cambodian

Khmer has the particularity of using a bi-quinary counting system (base 5 and 10), which makes it easier for visitors to pick up. For a quick start, y...

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Getting Around Cambodia

Getting Around by Air Internal flights operate between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap for Angkor (journey time - 45 minutes)....

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What to wear in Cambodia - Clothing tips

For sightseeing trips wear material that is airy and breathy. When I lived in Phnom Penh I would usually wear wide or during the day and a...

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Working Hours in Cambodia

Sunday is a typical day-off for workers in Phnom Penh and the rest of Cambodia except for those in the hospitality and healthcare sectors ...

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Electricity in Cambodia

The electricity system in Cambodia is 220 VAC and 50Hz. If you travel to Cambodia with a device that does not accept 220 Volts at 50 Hertz, you wi...

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What to buy in Cambodia - Shopping tips

The markets in Cambodia are always a great source of souvenirs. There are three main local markets, and many other, smaller local markets scattere...

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