Can Singaporeans travel to Cambodia now?The brief answer is no, not yet. According to the MOH Travel Advisory, residents ofSingapore may only travel overseas for studies, business, and medical treatments for now. Residents of Singapore are advised to defer all other forms of travel overseas, and travellers will be subject to the prevailing border measures upon entry to Singapore, including payment for their stay at dedicated SHN facilities and tests.
What to do in Cambodia?
Though it’s only one of the structures within the larger Angkor Archaeological Park, Angkor Wat's sheer size and scale make it an ancient marvel. You’ll need an Angkor pass to visit - prices range from 149,000 riels (USD37) for a 1-day pass to 290,000 riels (USD72) for a 7-day pass - but it’s worth it to get to really explore the entire complex, and you’ll get access to some other temples such as Phnom Krom and Wat Athvea too.The floating villagesare another sight you can’t miss - just remember to do your research first, as each village is unique in its own way! After spending your days out under the sun, spend your evenings trawling the Old Markets to cool down with some refreshing fruit shakes, pancakes, or rolled ice cream. It may be a while before we can start travelling to Cambodia,but here's hoping that the time comes sooner than we think! 😊