What kind of snakes live in Cambodia?

Does Cambodia have a lot of snakes?

Snakes are far and away the most common of dangerous animals in Cambodia. The King Cobra is one of the most deadly. The King Cobra is the longest species of venomous snake.

Can I live in Cambodia?

Convenient Living in Cambodia

A single person can live in comfort for $1,250 per month while a couple could spend as little as $2,000. If you are dreaming about moving to Southeast Asia to experience a higher quality of life, whatever your budget, then Cambodia may well be the country for you.

Can you drive to Cambodia?

Travel to Cambodia

It is currently not possible to enter or depart Cambodia through land borders as the Cambodia-Laos, Cambodia-Thailand and Cambodia-Vietnam land borders are closed.

Are there big spiders in Cambodia?

Given its tropical climate, Cambodia is home to interesting and rather large Old World spiders. … Hunting spiders and wolf spiders are also present in abundant numbers and help control the insect population around rice fields, according to the Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology.

Is it expensive in Cambodia?

The low cost of food and accommodation in Cambodia makes it a great budget travel destination. Except for Angkor Wat, I could get away with spending around $10 – $12 per day on average. If you do plenty of activities and drink, your cost of travel in Cambodia may be anywhere from $15 – $30 per day.

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Are there snakes in Phnom Penh?

Haven’t seen any snakes in Phnom Penh city centre myself, if you go out of town they sure are around, but even then you won’t see them often. Vast majority I’ve seen were dead on roads, plus about five times living ones, all out in the green, edge of forests, forest or plantation (in more than two decades).