Once overlooked, now worth looking at.
In Cambodia, a large percent of the population lives on less than the equivalent of US$1 per day, basic services remain spotty, and the country is rife with political intrigue---but the security situation has improved quite a bit, and increasing numbers of visitors are rediscovering Cambodia's amazing temples and beaches.
Housing costs in Cambodia vary quite a bit depending on which area you want to live in. Expatriate accommodations can be somewhat limited, and offerings generally consist more of local-style housing rather than the housing types that Westerners may be accustomed to.
In Cambodia, it's very common for extended families—parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins—to all share a home.
The Cambodian education system includes preschool, primary, general secondary, higher education and non-formal education.
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Over half of the population of Cambodia is under 15 years old.
Cambodia has one of the highest deforestation rates in the world.
Cambodians typically don't celebrate their birthdays; some older adults may not even know how old they are.
The head is thought of as the most important part of the body, and it's considered rude to touch someone's head, even in a friendly manner.
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