Behind many of the displays at Tuol Sleng is the Documentation Center of Cambodia. DC-Cam was established in 1995 through Yale University’s Cambodian Genocide Program to research and document the crimes of the Khmer…
There's a centre here for tourists to learn about best behaviour relating to child begging, the dangers of orphanage tours, exploitation and other risks to children (see www.thinkchildsafe.org for tips). You can als…
Cambodia has a critical shortage of blood. If you want to help, donate here. It's perfectly safe and you get a T-shirt, although only 18 to 60 year olds can donate.
Located on the riverfront near the Chatomuk Theatre. While it doesn’t carry a whole lot of information, it does offer free wi-fi, air-con and clean public toilets.
Has ATMs around town, with a US$4 charge. At its flagship branch you can also get cash advances on MasterCard and Visa. Also represents MoneyGram.
The best of the local hospitals, with the most comprehensive services and an intensive-care unit, but it really helps to go with a Khmer speaker.
ANZ has ATMs galore all over town, including at supermarkets and petrol stations, but there is a US$5 charge per transaction.
This organisation has a handy list of all NGOs, both Cambodian and international, and is an extremely helpful resource.
Convenient hours and location, there’s also a Western Union office here (one of several in the city).
International hospital affiliated with Bangkok Hospital. Boasts top facilities. Expensive.