Festivals and stage-managed events are increasingly popular with travellers, giving them motivation to visit a destination and drawing huge crowds, but after a second crowd stampede in 4 months here is the essential gui
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Siem Reap Travel warnings
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Recommended vaccinations for Siem Reap
Diphtheria is a serious throat infection, which infects from person-to-person through the air. The vaccination should be less than 10 years old otherwise a booster is needed.
Hepatitis A (infectious hepatitis)
Infectious hepatitis infects through contaminated food and water. Vaccination consists of two injections about 12 months apart, which protects for up to 25 years. The first vaccination protects for 12 months. The hepatitis A vaccine can be combined with the vaccine against hepatitis B .
Tetanus is a complication to wounds contaminated by soil. If there has been a vaccination within the past 10 years it is not necessary to give a booster in case of wounds and accidents. Tetanus vaccinations are usually given in combination with diphtheria vaccine. If you are previously vaccinated, the vaccine can be given right up to departure.
Yellow fever - transit
Certain countries without yellow fever require a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate if you arrives (even in transit) from a country where yellow fever is present. If you arrive from a country without yellow fever , there is no requirement for a yellow fever vaccination.
Malaria in Cambodia
There is strong resistance against Chloroquine and Lariam and the choice is between Malarone and Doxycycline . Protection against mosquito bites will reduce the risk further.
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Hi Martin, Phil from the Safety Hub here. I'm assuming that because you're a worldnomads.com member you know that among the many awesome things we offer trav... read more »about 5 years ago
is it safe to travel and stay in cambodia. my daughter is thinking about going there for an internship
Sonnibor, it's one of the safer countries to visit, as long as she takes all the usual precautions. petty crime can be quite high especially in tourist areas... read more »about 5 years ago
Is it safe and convenience to travel in Siem Reap and Angkor Wat by free travel? Any suggestion for how to plan three days trip?
I reckon your greatest threat is the not-so-humble mosquito! http://journals.worldnomads.com/safetyhub/country/37/Cambodia Look after your health. Phil read more »over 5 years ago