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- Air ticket

- Passport

 - Extra passport photos

 - Visa

- Travel Documents

- Service Vouchers

- Extra personal insurance is recommended in case of illness or situations where medical evacuation by air is required.

- A sun hat and high- factor block cream is advisable as protection against the hot tropical sun when sightseeing.

 - A spare pair of eye glasses, if worn, is also advisable.

 A mini- umbrella or rain coat is essential if visiting during the Monsoon months (from June to mid-October).

- Mosquito repellent

- Insect bite cream

- Insect repellent

- Antibiotic cream for minor cuts and scratches
- Balm
 - Bandage

- Safety pins

- Flashlight/ Torch & batteries, may be useful for exploring caves or sunrise and sunset especially details of temple interiors which are often not properly illuminated.

- Casual and light, airy clothing is required, preferably natural fibers year round, but a sweater or jacket may be useful in hilly regions or Angkor Wat at dawn, particularly during winter months (from November to February), in the evening can be quite cool. A windproof jacket is essential when touring around the Tonle Sap Lake in November to February.

- Sandals, Slippers (Flip-Flop)
- Notebook

 - Compass

 - Camera & memory Cards (Camera charger pot) Film is available from small vendors throughout the temple complex.

- Money belt wallet or pouch

- Personal washing / shaving kit

- Take adequate supplies of any prescription medicines travelers may need, as supplies may not be available locally.

No vaccinations are required except for yellow fever if you are coming from an area where the disease is present. However visitors should be inoculated against typhoid, cholera, hepatitis A & B, tetanus and polio. Malaria is present in Cambodia and it is advisable to take precautions especially if traveling off the beaten track. Please consult with your usual doctor or a doctor specialized in tropical countries before traveling.