As Kampuchea House fully supports the initiative by the Cambodian government, along with UNICEF and local NGOs, to promote awareness that residents such as ours are not tourist attractions, we only permit visitors who have a genuine connection with us – i.e. donors, sponsors and schools who support our work. We do not permit casual visitors with no prior affiliation with Kampuchea House.
We are very conscious of the impact that visitors have on the children, as well as the disruption to the routines of our staff. We therefore require that potential visitors, as specified above, must contact Belinda – email@example.com – a minimum of two weeks in advance to organise a suitable date for a visit. We shall endeavour to assist with the date requested, however this may not always be possible due to school commitments (school attendance is all-day from Monday to Saturday inclusive).
Visitors are required to complete a “Visitor Compliancy Agreement” form on arrival, and show photographic ID i.e. driver’s license or passport.
We are unable to organise visits without the required notice.
Visitors are NOT permitted unless accompanied by a member of our Cambodian office staff or a member of the Australian committee. There are no exceptions to this rule.
If visiting the Angkor Wat temple complex please read this code of conduct document provided by the Cambodian government.
We are currently not accepting volunteers.