Cambodia Press Release

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 16, 2013
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Guide for New Expats MOVE TO CAMBODIA Now Available in Cambodia!

As more and more expats arrive in Cambodia for employment, internships and volunteer positions, the best way for them to get off to a great start is by making sure they are thoroughly prepared. Move to Cambodia: A guide to living and working in the Kingdom of Wonder is the fastest, easiest way to get new expats ramped up. It’s a detailed 200-page book that covers more than 100 topics, explaining everything from how to get a local driving license to where to live, from bargaining with tuk tuk drivers to the cost of electricity.

The print edition of Move to Cambodia is now available for purchase in Cambodia. Bulk discounts are available to organizations interested in purchasing copies for employees. Individual copies are on sale at Monument Books in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Digital copies for Kindle and other e-readers are available at movetocambodia.com

PRAISE FOR MOVE TO CAMBODIA

“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

“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

Move to Cambodia arms the potential expat with much-needed practical information… The unpretentious and precise journalistic writing style makes it an easy and enjoyable read… Just for its sheer volume of information, the guide is also useful to expats who consider themselves well established.” The Phnom Penh Post

Author Lina Goldberg knows about the lure of Cambodia firsthand. She worked at Google for five years before coming to Cambodia on a three-month fellowship. She fell in love with the country and three years later, she’s still there. Now a writer based in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, Lina has contributed to The Wall Street Journal, BBC Travel,  Lonely Planet, South China Morning Post, and CNN Travel.

Move to Cambodia also has a Web site, www.movetocambodia.com, with information from the book and a blog filled with Cambodia travel tips, reviews, photos and interviews with expats in the Kingdom of Wonder.

For purchasing information, please contact [email protected].