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Malaria and Dengue Fever are a risk in Cambodia; they are both carried by mosquitoes. Within towns and cities like Phnom Penh and Siem Reap areas, Malaria risk is low. Out in the country, one would need to be especially careful after dark. Long sleeves and light coloured trousers will help, as will a good insecticide spray. Doctors and pharmacies prescribe various types of Malarial pills.

Water for drinking, brushing teeth or making ice should first be boiled or otherwise sterilised. Bottled water is widely available. Milk is unpasteurised and should be boiled. Powdered or tinned milk is available and is advised. Avoid dairy products which are likely to have been made from unboiled milk. Only eat well-cooked meat and fish. Vegetables should be cooked and fruit peeled.

Cambodia major hospitals and medical centre:

Access Medical Services
No.4 Street 432, Sang-kat Bong Trak, Phnompenh
Tel: (015) 913358, 913831-405

AEA-SOS International Medical Center
No. 161 Street 51, Sangkat Boeung Peng
Tel: 216911 Fax: (855-23) 215811

Calmette Hospital
Monivong Street
Tel: 914093 Fax: (855-18) 810785

European Medical Clinic
Hongkong Center
Sisowath Boulevard
Tel: 916413 Fax: (855-23) 364656

Phnompenh Medical Services
No. 181, 1st Floor Norodom Boulevard, Phnompenh
in front of Red Cross Medical Center
Tel: 300311

Raffles Medical Center
Sofitel Cambodiana, No. 313 Sisowath Boulevard
Office No.7, Ground Floor
Tel: 426288 ext.650

Sihanouk Hospital Center
No. 363 Street 271
Tel: 723273, 982571