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Because you’ll have no savings, you won’t even be able to leave money to take care of your wife and kids when you die.
Some have even started a Yahoo group called the “Cambodia Parent Network,” where they exchange tips on how to raise their doomed offspring in a country where no responsible Western parent would ever voluntarily raise a child. You’ll be able to afford a relatively crappy Khmer-style apartment with tiled walls, bars on the windows, unreliable electricity, and loud, annoying neighbors. You won’t be saving any money, and you won’t have health insurance.
Maybe not a real book, but definitely one of those silly e-books. So I’m just going to offer these 7 Reasons Why You Really Shouldn’t Move to Cambodia. There are a number of reasons why moving to Cambodia will shave about twenty years off your life.
Cambodia has a lot of common diseases that you would never catch in your home country, like Typhoid, Dengue Fever, Hepatitis, and Malaria. The ambulances are unreliable; the doctors are unqualified; the hospitals are unsanitary.
Lina Goldberg published the excellent “Move to Cambodia: A Guide to Living and Working in the Kingdom of Wonder” in late 2012.
Earlier this year, Khmer440 contributor Gabi Yetter released her own very well-received manual, “The Definitive Guide to Southeast Asia: Cambodia.” Both of these books provide helpful information and optimistic encouragement to readers who are considering relocating to Cambodia.
This leads to weekly reports of expats in their forties and fifties being found dead on their bathroom floors from a “heart attack” or “fall.” Cambodia is full of dangers, and very few of the locals even know basic first aid.