Cambodia is situated in Southeast Asia and has a tropical climate with an average temperature of approximately 27 degrees Celsius. The country offers beautiful nature and consists largely of rainforest. Also, Cambodia is known for its magnificent temple complex Angkor Wat and the historic city of Angkor, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Cambodia is a popular destination for travellers who wish to do volunteering work and for backpackers. The latter often also visit neighbouring countries such as Vietnam and Laos. Always protect yourself well against the bright sun and against malaria or dengue mosquitoes – whether you visit the capital Phnom Penh or one of Asia’s finest islands or work as a volunteer helping locals. Our nurses gladly inform you about preventative measures you can take and about the required immunisations and vaccines for Cambodia. Click here to make an appointment (in Dutch) with one of our KLM Health Services nurses.
Cambodia vaccinations: the most common risks
We recommend vaccinations for Cambodia. These immunisations can protect you from catching common (tropical) diseases to which you are not yet resistant. Below you will find an overview of the most common risks and diseases in Cambodia. You can see at a glance what health risks to consider and which precautions you can take.