Moving to Cambodia
Moving to Cambodia
Would you like to move to Cambodia? We organize your move to Cambodia! At Mudinmar, we have been working in the international removals sector for more than 30 years. Our logistics infrastructure and our relationships with removal agents around the world ensure that we can offer coverage of our removal and transportation services around the planet. In this way, we can take your move to Cambodia or to any destination you choose.
We offer door to door service: We collect and pack your belongings at your current residence address, always attending to the specifications of each object of your move; We coordinate the transport of your move and take care of taking your belongings and furniture to your next home. We provide advice on the most optimal possible transport and transport routes to carry out the move (air, sea, land …) and we take care of the management of the corresponding customs procedures to carry out the transfer to Cambodia.
International moving service to Cambodia
Do you need to organize your move to Cambodia? Do not worry! We take care of managing the move and the transfer. Our international moving services to Cambodia cover:
- Preparation of a free estimate for moving to Cambodia with information on the price of the move.
- Packing of your belongings, furniture and all kinds of objects that you want to take with you on your international move to Cambodia.
- Transportation of furniture and fixtures to your next place of residence in Cambodia.
- We carry out the unpacking and assembly of furniture at the chosen moving destination.
- We deal with the management of customs formalities and other documents necessary for the move to Cambodia.
- Advice by our agents in matters related to international moving.
- Furniture storage service in our warehouses in Spain.
Budget for moving to Cambodia
The first step to start your move to Cambodia, is to request a quote for your international move. By completing our form with your moving information (addresses, volume of the move, name, telephone number and contact e-mail …) we can send you your free personalized quote for moving to Cambodia. After preparing the budget, our commercial agents will contact you to provide you the budget without obligation and give you all the information about the service to move to Cambodia (transfer, price of the move, means of transport …).
It is important to note that the price of a removal to Cambodia will depend on several factors and variable costs such as the delivery and collection addresses, the geopolitical situation of the country from which the move to Cambodia is commissioned or the circumstances of the transfer. In any case, our agents work day by day to offer the best price and service for moving to Cambodia.
Associated services of moving to Cambodia
At Mudinmar we offer complementary services for international removals, to cover all the needs that you may have when moving to Cambodia.
- Relocation services: We look for your home, we guide you in your new city and we take care of the immigration and tax procedures in your move to Cambodia.
- International Vehicle Transportation: We transport your vehicle to your next place of residence in Cambodia.
- International Pet Transportation: We take your pet to Cambodia so you can be together in your new home.
- Art transport: We offer logistics services for the transport of your works of art to Cambodia.
Car transport to Cambodia
New or used vehicles can be imported with less than one year, paying taxes and fees according to their CIF value, which will depend on their characteristics, according to Cambodia customs tables.
At Mudinmar we handle car transport to Cambodia. We have assistance cranes equipped with a ramp for loading and unloading, and a conditioned fleet of vehicles to send your car to Cambodia.
Thanks to our vehicle import and export services, we can take care of transporting and shipping cars to Cambodia.
In addition, we manage the necessary procedures for the transport of cars: vehicle registration, customs clearance, approval, payment of taxes and fees, collection of documentation, etc.
Pet transport to Cambodia
Don’t leave your pets behind during your move to Cambodia, thanks to the international pet transport service provided by our specialized division in relocation and immigration services, you can always take your pet with you.
We move your pet to Cambodia so that you do not have to abandon it and thus ensure that it stays with you in your next moving home. We take care of the collection of documents for the transfer, verification of vaccinations in order, shipment of the pet, accompaniment during the shipment and reception of the pet once it has reached its destination in Cambodia.
Information of interest on your move to Cambodia
Cambodia is a country in Southeast Asia and one of the favorite destinations for those who want to visit or move to Asia. The main points of interest in Cambodia are the Angkor Temples, Tonlé Sap Lake and its capital, Phnom Penh. Officially, Cambodia is known as the Kingdom of Cambodia and its domains lie to the south of the Indochina peninsula, sharing borders with Thailand to the northwest and southwest, Laos to the northeast, and Vietnam to the east.
Cambodia has an area of 181,035km2 and more than 15 million people currently live in its territories. In its geography, the Mekong River stands out, an enclave of great importance for being one of the most important fishing spots, especially in the rainy season. In the center of Cambodia is Tonlé Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. This lake involuntarily regulates the flow of the Mekong River and due to this, a strong fishing activity with great diversity of fish is concentrated in Cambodia.
Major cities of Cambodia
- Siem Reap: This city is perfect for those who want to visit gardens, walk along the river, see pagodas and visit spectacular palaces in Cambodia. Its main cultural enclave is the Angkor area, just 8 kilometers from the city. This archaeological complex is made up of a large park, which houses temples and numerous ruins.
- Nom Pen: Nom Pen is the capital of Cambodia and the main nucleus of the country. Known as the “Pearl of Asia” it is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Indochina. It retains a good number of French colonial buildings scattered on its huge boulevards. It has important historical and religious spaces, such as the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda and the National Palace.
- Battambang: This city is considered the second city in the country for its relevance in terms of economy and trade. Battambang also has a multitude of spaces to visit such as: The well-known promenade of the Sangake River; the Chinese Temple, a beautiful temple that has its origins in the 16th century; Calle 1, which contains a large collection of statues and carvings that explain the history of the place; the Wat ex Phnom temple; Or the famous Buddhist temple Phnom Sampeau, located on one of the tops of the Battambang hills.
Gastronomy in Cambodia
If you enjoy Asian food but don’t have a high tolerance for spicy food, you’re in luck! Food in Cambodia is not as spicy as in other destinations such as Thailand or Vietnam. However, the absence of spiciness does not mean that the food in Cambodia is tasteless, quite the opposite! In Cambodia it is customary to give a lot of intensity to the flavor of the dishes and to add prahok, a traditional fish paste. The majority of the population in Cambodia has a diet rich in rice and fish. Regarding the presentation of the food, the appearance of the dishes has been influenced by French cuisine, from which it has also adopted the baguette, this thin loaf of bread being one of the best-selling foods by street vendors and an article not to be missed in a Cambodian breakfast. Some typical dishes in Cambodia are: Amok, a dish prepared with coconut milk, curry, chicken, fish or squid and sometimes accompanied by rice; K’tieu, a noodle soup with meat or fish and seasoned with lemon juice, fish sauce, or sugar; Red ants with meat and basil, as its name suggests, in some regions of Cambodia it is common to find insects on the menu sauteed with meat and spices.
Fauna and flora in Cambodia
Despite the fact that the typical landscape in Cambodia is the thick tropical forests, over the years, in the lower central regions of the Cambodian territory, the forests have been replaced by extensive rice paddies and plantations of crops such as corn and tobacco. Currently, the great forests are located in the north of Cambodia, with trees of 30 meters and abundant low mountains with bamboo forests.
As for the fauna of the country, Cambodia has been characterized by hosting a large number of wild animals among its vast terrain. Examples of this are species such as the Asian elephant, rhino, deer and wild ox. Other species that can be found in the forests of northern Cambodia are tigers, bears, leopards, pelicans, herons, cranes, turkeys, pheasants or pelicans. The fauna and flora in Cambodia is very varied, however, those who request their move to Cambodia should be reminded that the brake on indiscriminate hunting and deforestation in this country must be stopped.
Weather in Cambodia
The climate in Cambodia is a tropical monsoon climate, this means that it is strongly subject to monsoon winds. Because of these winds, the seasons in Cambodia are divided into two a year. During the wet season, which takes place between May and October, strong monsoon winds prevail from the southwest. These bring heavy rains and high humidity. On the other hand, in the dry season, which runs from November to March, the winds become drier, with little rainfall and little humidity in the air. The transition between the seasons does not occur drastically, but rather annually, a transition period between the wet and dry seasons takes place, which usually lasts a couple of weeks. Temperatures in Cambodia are high throughout the year, reaching 27ºC in the coldest month (January) and 35ºC around May. As for rainfall, this is irregular and is not distributed in the same amount throughout the territory of Cambodia. In the south and on the coast it is where more rainfall is recorded, with the central and northern areas of Cambodia being less abundant in terms of the rainfall they receive each year. The greatest amount of rain is recorded during the months of the wet season.
Culture in Cambodia
Cambodia’s culture and traditions are deeply marked by the religious trends of the Cambodian population. In Cambodia, about 95% of the inhabitants are practitioners of Thevarada Buddhism. Cambodians are generally peaceful people, who avoid confrontation and any form of violence at all costs. Rarely can a Cambodian be seen raising his voice or losing control in a public place. Instead of confronting others, humor is used in Cambodia as a way to discourage any kind of uncomfortable encounter. The traditional greeting in Cambodia is the Sompiah, a small bow with folded hands very similar to that of other Asian countries. As for their clothing, Cambodians are humble and avoid wearing exotic or very short clothing. Thus the Cambodian style of dress is modest and sober. In some places such as temples and palaces, discreet clothing is rented for those visitors who want to access these spaces. The traditional dance in Cambodia is the Apsara, however the Cambodian youth prefers another type of leisure, such as meeting in bars, karaokes, etc.
Moving to Cambodia from Spain
Do you live in Spain but would like to move to Cambodia? At Mudinmar we help you organize your move to Cambodia from anywhere on the peninsula, the Balearic and Canary Islands. These are the Spanish cities from which we make moves to Cambodia (including surrounding towns and villages):
Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, Zaragoza, Córdoba, Granada, Valencia, Toledo, Bilbao, Tarragona, Palma, Burgos, Ávila, La Coruña, Salamanca, Valladolid, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Pamplona, San Sebastián, Santiago de Compostela, Alicante, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Cáceresm Ceuta, Cuenca, Gerona, Oviedo, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Melilla, Logroño, Almería, Teruel, Segovia, Lérida, Albacete, Cádiz, Soria, Castellón de la Plana, Lugo, Jaén, Ciudad Real, Guadalajara, León, Gijón, Huelva, Málaga, Santander, Huesca, Orense, Zamora, Badajoz.
Moving to Cambodia from Europe
Are you a resident of the European Union or are you currently living within Europe? We make our international removal services available to help you prepare for your move to Cambodia from the country where you currently reside. Some European countries from which we carry out international removal services are: