The official language of Cambodia is Khmer.
Name: Cambodian Riel (Also use USD)
Time Zone: Cambodia Standard Time (UTC +07:00)
A bottle of local beer such as Angkor (0.5L) will usually cost around £1. Cambodians drink beer as well as other local spirits made from sugar cane or rice. The capital Phnom Penh is even developing a craft brewery scene.
You can eat like a king or queen for not a lot in Cambodia! Expect to pay between 50p and £3 for lunch or dinner for local cuisine in a market/ basic restaurant. If you're craving the tastes of home this will cost you more.
Like a lot of Asia prepare to haggle for the lower fare and agree the price before you hop in. Motorbike taxis are the cheapest and will cost as low as 80p for 5-10km. Tuk tuks are a little more expensive but shouldn't be more than £1 for a short trip.
The most common and easiest way to get around Cambodia is by bus or if you're an experienced rider motorbike. A large air-conditioned bus from Bangkok to Siem Reap takes 6-7 hours and will cost around £16. IBIS Night buses are a great way to sleep through a long journey.
Cheap accommodation in a guesthouse or hostel dorm will usually cost between £3 and £10. Feel like some added comforts? Air-con, TV and rooms with other added bonuses will range from £10-£20.
As one of the cheapest countries in South East Asia, you can live a life of luxury for no more than £25 a night! But if you're wanting a mega fancy, frivolous night of luxe Cambodia's cities and resorts can deliver it from £50-£500.