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Cambodia Country Calling Code : 855 Sihanoukville Area Code : 034 Internet access in Sihanouk Ville is relatively fast and inexpensive, most internet shops offering access for $1.00/hour. Some places have a minimum charge. Many guesthouses and hotels offer internet access (some with Wifi) and there are several internet shops…

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Today the Internet is widely available throughout towns and cities in Vietnam, including dial-up (VNN1260 or VNN1269) and ADSL (MEGA VNN). ADSL services are using in most hotels, guesthouses and cyber cafés while dial-up services can be used through telephone line. Hotels and guesthouses may apply varied charges on internet…

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If you want to get online, do it in Phnom Penh or Siem Reap - here you're never far from an Internet shop or café and rates are under $1 per hour. In the provinces it's a different matter: even in Battambang and Sihanoukville access is limited, and expensive at…

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Because Cambodia's population density is quite variable - some provinces are isolated and mountainous (Ratanakiri), and some are populated and fertile (Battambang) - the country's health care needs and services vary greatly. Cambodia's population is approximately 8 million, with about 800,000 people living in the capital, Phnom Penh. In 1979,…

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With life expectancy barely reaching the mid-fifties, Laos is obviously not among the healthiest of nations. Hygiene is not a major priority in the country, and medical care is generally of a pretty low standard. Most visitors will succumb at some stage to intestinal problems and diarrhoea. The best way…

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Lao food doesn't have the variety and depth of the more famous cuisine of neighboring China, Thailand and Vietnam, but you can eat well in Laos if you take the time to learn a little about the cuisine while you're there. While few people travel to this country with food…

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"A typical Cambodian meal would normally consist of a soup, a salad, a main fish dish, vegetables and rice. A Cambodian dessert, normally based on fresh fruits and sticky rice, complement the meal."His Majesty Preah Bat Samdech Preah Norodom Sihanouk The beauty of Cambodia goes far beyond the famous Angkor…

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Vietnamese typical food and drinks Eating in Vietnam ranges from cheap noodle soups on the street for about 25 cents to a banquet in one of the luxury hotels. Vietnamese restaurants offer a broad selection of international fare including French, Italian, American, Indian, Chinese and Japanese. The most typical Vietnamese…

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