Malaria risk is present throughout the year in all forested and rural areas, including coastal areas. The exceptions are Phnom Penh and close to Tonle Sap. The risk in Angkor Wat is negligible. However, there is a resistance to the medicine Lariam in the Western Provinces, so you will require either Doxycycline or Malarone in these areas.
If you are traveling to or through the risk areas in Cambodia, you will need malarial medicine. TO order this you will need a prescription from your family doctor, or alternatively, use our online consultation service for a faster turnaround. Any of the below medicine listed can be recommended for malaria prevention in Cambodia.
If you already have a prescription for malaria medicine from your GP, then you can order the quantity on your prescription(s) at Travelpharm. We will then supply you the medication once we have received your prescription. Please make sure to follow the instructions to send in your prescription when placing your order, to avoid any delays.
Your online consultation will be reviewed by a Pharmacist Independent Prescriber registered in the UK with the General Pharmaceutical Council. We only dispense genuine UK licensed medicines.
The best way of preventing malaria is to prevent getting bitten. We have written a handy guide with the best tips on How To Avoid Insect & Mosquito Bites. This includes information about insect repellent, mosquito nets and other preventive measures that are available here on TravelPharm.
Below is a table designed to show you what vaccines are mandatory, recommended or ones to consider when visiting Cambodia:
|Cholera||Hepatitis A||Hepatitis B||Japanese Encephalitis||Meningitis||Rabies|
|Tetanus||Tick Borne Encephalitis||Typhoid||Yellow Fever Vaccine|
Man = Mandatory
Con = Consider
Rec = Recommended
Req = Required if visiting from area with risk of transmission