American TESOL Institute Cambodia LP

Cambodia’s commercial evolution is evolving quickly and includes stringent anti-corruption laws, a fresh civil code, and an emerging stock market. Precious metal, oil, agriculture, textile and tourism have created an infrastructure to support the needs of foreign educators.

Cambodia – Teaching FAQs:

  • Visa – (Obtain a one month ‘Business Visa’ on arrival for $28 – unlimited renewals), receive a visa extension service – just ask. Remember to bring two passport-sized photographs with you for your visa application when you arrive at the airport.
  • Jobs – Genuine demand, plentiful opportunities.
  • ATM’s – Everywhere – Canadia Bank works with all major credit cards.
  • Exchange Rate – See www.xe.com for current rate
  • Transport – By Tuk-Tuk, Motodop, Buses, Coaches. Extremely cheap.
  • Food – Whatever you want at a price you can afford.
  • Liquor – Beer, fifty cents or less, rice wine seventy-five cents a liter.
  • Shopping – Everything you may want at a bargain.
  • Entertainment – Everywhere, you name it.
  • Adventure – All over the “Kingdom of Wonder”
  • Safety – Travel in tandem, avoid areas specified, stay in designated areas at night.

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    Royal Arms of CambodiaIn the past many people were reluctant to accept teach in Cambodia positions because the country had a rough reputation. Today, the country is slowly starting to change its image, and more teachers are feeling comfortable enough to consider the available teaching positions.

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