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UAV Laws

Traveling to Cambodia with a drone is a simple affair. There do not appear to be any formal regulations, and we have not heard of anyone running into trouble for flying one. There are some drone hobbyists operating in the country already, working in film-making, archaeology, and a few other applications.

If you are in need of replacement parts, the Kim Chou Hobbies Shop in Phnom Penh stocks DJI products, including replacement batteries and props. Prices are slightly more expensive than elsewhere as these items must be imported, so be forewarned.

Kim Chou Hobbies Shop, Phnom Penh Address: #35, Street 105 , Sangkat Boeng Prolet, Khan 7 Makara, Phnom Penh,Cambodia

Telephone: (+855)16 756 675,(+855)12 888 031,(+855) 97 8880 931

Videos from Cambodia: Beautiful flight over Cambodia - on a drone (video)

Drone and archaeology: discovery of a lost city in Cambodia

Travel Experiences

Entered Phnom Penh in July 2014 with a Phantom 2 and batteries with no problems. Enjoyed flying in Kampot, a pleasant river town about three hours from Phnom Penh by bus.

The owner of the Bodhi Villa guesthouse is passionate about flying and building quadcopters and enjoys swapping information (and parts).