Cambodian classic rock from the 50s to 70s sounds like rock ’n’ roll, but with a Khmer twist: from surf guitars to psychedelic beats!
How to last the whole working week eating out with colleagues? Grab some yong tau foo around Singapore, a popular noodle, tofu and trimmings soup dish!
Cambodia’s official national currency is the riel (the unofficial one being the US dollar). The riel has been in use only since independence in 1953.
Housing Development Board (HDB) flats are subsidised public housing. More than 80% of Singaporeans live in HDBs, which are much more affordable than condos.
Money changers in Siem Reap will provide US dollars and Cambodian riels against major foreign currencies, and break large bills into smaller denominations.
Cambodia's three largest banks have several branches in Siem Reap. Cambodian ATMs will gladly accept Visa and Mastercard so you shouldn't have any issue withdrawing cash.
The national currency of Cambodia is the Khmer Riel but US dollars are commonly accepted for everyday transactions. There is no need to change your money into riel before you get there.
Pamper yourself! You don’t have to spend a fortune if you go to the right spas in Singapore. From head to toe massage, expect quality at reasonable prices.
Proper dentists with proper equipment are a handful in Siem Reap. Dentistry has improved quite a bit, with Cambodian dentists trained in western countries, setting up shop at home.
Medical facilities in Siem Reap range from abysmal, staffed with doctors of dubious credentials, to acceptable for common tourists ailments such as food poisoning and sun strokes.