Move to Cambodia: A guide to living and working in the Kingdom of Wonder

Have you ever dreamed of moving abroad? Whether you are after a development job that will move your career forward, a relaxed retirement, interesting work in the private sector or a place where the cost of living is so low that you can afford to pursue creative endeavors, Cambodia may be the answer.

This highly detailed book—available in both digital and paperback formats—explains everything you need to know to move to Cambodia. From planning your escape to finding a home and getting a job, we can help make your dreams of a life in the tropics come true.

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Critical Praise for Move to Cambodia

“Required reading for anyone planning to move to Cambodia. Buyers will easily save ten times the cover price in heartbreaks, headaches and cash.”

— The Cambodia Advisor

“A thorough and well-presented overview of life in Cambodia for expats. Move to Cambodia answers the vital questions that newcomers to Cambodia are liable to have, and contains plenty of useful info for long-time residents.”

— Greg Bloom, author, Lonely Planet Cambodia

“Sure to prove a useful tool for new expats, the book explains everything from budgeting for a move to how to bargain with a tuk tuk driver.”

— AsiaLIFE Magazine

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About the Author

Lina Goldberg

Lina Goldberg is a freelance writer based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, who specializes in food, travel, and culture. She has contributed to publications including BBC Travel, VICE, CNN Travel, South China Morning Post, Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet.

Before moving to Cambodia, Lina worked at Google in the United States, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. She originally came to Cambodia on a three-month fellowship with a backpack and little else. She immediately fell in love with the country and four years later, she’s still here.

You can read more of her work at blog.linagoldberg.com.

About Imaginary Shapes

Imaginary Shapes is a small publishing and packaging concern specializing in the planning, art direction, and design of ebook ecosystems. They are based in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts.