Is rabies a problem in Thailand?
Affected animals in Cambodia include dogs, cats, monkeys and feral animals. If you are bitten, scratched or even licked by an animal you should wash the site immediately with soap or detergent and seek medical help. Rabies can be treated if caught early but if the infection reaches the brain it has a 100% fatality rate. The incubation period depends on the site of infection - about ten days for the head and neck, forty days for the arms and sixty days for the legs. Basically stay away from animals and any travellers foaming at the mouth.
More Travelfish FAQs
AccommodationIs a fan room okay, or should I budget for air-con?
Is it possible to rent rooms or dormitories for longer periods of time while travelling in Cambodia?
Should I take my own padlock for the door of my room while travelling in Cambodia?
What should I do if a bag is stolen from my room or dormitory while travelling in Cambodia?
What standard of accommodation can I expect for US$5 in Cambodia?
Why are there so few dormitories in Cambodia?
Why are there so few hostels in Cambodia?
BargainingShould I bargain for everything I want to buy in Cambodia?
What is the best way to bargain in Cambodia?
What shouldn't I do when bargaining in Cambodia?
Cost of travellingHow much should I budget per day for a holiday in Cambodia?
What is the bare minimum I could survive on in Cambodia?
What is the best way to spend less money in Cambodia?
Food glorious foodCan I drink the tap water in Cambodia?
How can I avoid MSG in Cambodia?
How do I avoid peanuts in Cambodia?
I have a food allergy -- what should I do when travelling in Cambodia?
Is there good vegetarian food in Cambodia?
Is western food available in Cambodia?
Getting aroundAre the ferries in Cambodia safe?
Are the trains in Cambodia safe?
Do the trains run on time?
Is it easy to hitch-hike in Cambodia?
Is it easy to rent a car or motorcycle in Cambodia?
Should I get a tourist minibus in Cambodia?
What is the best way to get around Phnom Penh?
What's the best way to travel around Cambodia -- share-taxi, bus, train or boat?
Getting there and awayHow do I get from Cambodian airports into nearby towns?
Help Police!Can I trust the Khmer police?
What are the chances of being robbed?
Money MadnessAre credit cards accepted in Cambodia?
Are there ATMs in Cambodia?
How can I have money sent to me in Cambodia?
How can I send money out of Cambodia?
Should I bring travellers cheques, credit/debit cards or cash to Cambodia?
Should I tip in Cambodia?
Packing purgatoryWhat should I pack for a holiday in Cambodia?
What shouldn't I pack a holiday in Cambodia?
Scams and warningsI've heard about scams crossing the border between Thailand and Cambodia - what is the real story?
Is it a good idea to buy drugs off a moto or tuk tuk driver?
SecurityCan I use drugs in Cambodia?
Is Cambodia a safe place to travel alone to?
Is Cambodia safe?
Staying healthyAre leeches a problem in Cambodia?
Are legal drugs cheap in Cambodia?
Do I need a prescription in Cambodia?
Do I need malarial medication in Cambodia?
HIV/AIDS in Cambodia
Is heatstroke a problem?
Is medical care cheap in Cambodia?
Is medical care in Cambodia good?
Is rabies a problem in Thailand?
What about dengue haemorrhagic fever in Cambodia?
What about schistosomiasis in Cambodia?
What general food and water precautions should be followed in Cambodia?
What general health advice can you offer for Cambodia?
What should be in a traveller's medical kit for travel in Cambodia?
Will I get diarrhoea in Cambodia?
TechnologyAre there many internet cafes in Cambodia?
Can I travel with a laptop in Cambodia?
What is mobile phone coverage like in Cambodia?
What is the voltage in Cambodia?
Things to learnWhere can I learn Khmer?
Vexed by visas?What are Cambodia's visa requirements?
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- Siem Reap, Angkor & West Cambodia
- Sihanoukville & Cambodia's islands
- Banlung, Kratie & the Northeast
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