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...
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...
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...
Getting Around Cambodia
Getting Around by Air
Internal flights operate between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap
for Angkor (journey time - 45 minutes)....
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
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
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
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
Tipping in Cambodia
When traveling, tipping etiquette can be a real mystery, but
stress not. In Cambodia, there is no fixed amount; tipping is all up to
Basic Vietnamese Phrase
Most of the sentences below are used for everyday life conversations, so they might come handy if you memorize them.