Is Cambodia well equipped for wheelchair users?

Cambodia can be challenging for visitors with limited mobility, including wheelchair users. There is no accessibility law and and most venues are not equipped with ramps, handrails or lifts. ABOUTAsia have assisted wheelchair users and amputees as well as visitors with mobility restriction see the Angkor temples, and not just from a distance. We recognise that a physical disability does not limit your imagination or desire to explore. Also, the friendly Khmer people are always happy to assist in exchange of a small tip. For more information please visit Disabled travel in Cambodia page.


Alberto Neri, Angkor Wat 2010

Alberto Neri, Angkor Wat 2010

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