Getting There

Travel Details

  • Getting to Siem Reap:  Singaporean and Thai citizens do NOT need a visa.  Everyone else will need to get a visa on arrival in the airport–the cost for a stay of less than 30 days is US$20.  Andy Booth of has agreed to provide transfers for you to the Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor.  Please send your flight details to Lintje by 15 February.
  • Rooms in Siem Reap:  We will be staying at the Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor for 4 nights (February 28 – March 4).  Any incidental expenses will be your responsibility.
  • Meals: With the exception of dinners on Tuesday and Thursday nights,  all meals are covered by our generous sponsors and by CNI.  Meal coverage begins on Monday evening, February 28 and ends with breakfast on Friday morning, March 4.  Any other meal or beverage expenses that you incur will be your responsibility
  • Leaving:   Andy Booth of has agreed to provide transfers for you from the Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor to the airport.  Please send your flight details to Lintje by 15 February. The departure tax is US$25.

Financial Responsibilities and Some Tips

  • Flights to and from Siem Reap
  • Transfers to and from your flight
  • Meals before dinner on Monday February 28, dinners on Tuesday, March 1  and Thursday, March 3 and meals after breakfast on Friday, March 4
  • Visa on arrival (Free for Singapore and Thai citizens.  US$20 for everyone else)
  • Departure fee (US$25)
  • Tips for the tour guides/drivers (more detail on this later)
  • Incidentals
  • Do NOT change money into rials at the airport.  It seems that US currency is preferred, so make sure you bring plenty of small bills with you (plus enough for the visa on arrival and departure fee),  Also, Andy Booth of has informed me that there is zero tolerance for torn or damaged US$ bills in Cambodia – vendors will not accept them.