Usually, tourists from all over the world are bustling, but nowadays there are few tourists and only Cambodians and foreigners living there. In Siem Reap, where there was no particular confusion and no infected people remained, the number of people wearing masks is smaller than before and the daily routine is gradually regained.
Scenery of tourist spots Angkor Wat and other Angkor ruins have few tourists. Recently, the number of Cambodian visitors has increased instead, but the number is small and the remains are quiet. As a result, the environment around the ruins has been improved, and the beautiful greenery has become more sparkling and more attractive than before.
Guides and drivers wear masks throughout the day.
We will take a temperature measurement when departing in the morning and afternoon, and refuse to participate in the tour if it is over 38 degrees. The guide and driver will also be inspected without exception.
Perform alcohol disinfection and hand washing frequently.
Ventilate the inside of the car regularly.
As of Cambodia (6/17) there are 128 infected, 126 recovered, 2 being treated and 0 dead. A $3000 deposit is required upon arrival at the airport. (Credit card or cash) PCR test is conducted for all immigrants. Until the result comes out, you will stay at a hotel designated by the government. If you get a negative result, you can go to your home or hotel, but for 14 days you will be in a self-restraint and going out is basically prohibited. If the retest is performed on the 13th day and the result is negative, freedom of movement is recognized. In the unlikely event that a positive person emerges on the same flight, it will be quarantined for 14 days at the government designated hotel, retested on the 13th day, if it is negative, freedom of movement is recognized.