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Expats like to ride motorbikes, often helmetless, presumably because they think it makes them look cool.
This can be rather dangerous in a country with reckless local drivers, no enforcement of traffic laws, and poor emergency medical care.
Because you’ll have no savings, you won’t even be able to leave money to take care of your wife and kids when you die.
Keep in mind that your kids will already be well behind the financial eight ball because you raised them in an impoverished country with an inadequate school system and few legitimate career opportunities. “I’ll just move to Cambodia for a few years, then I’ll move back home and get a good job that pays well.” Not a chance.
Even easily treatable illnesses can quickly become life-threatening if Cambodian doctors get involved.
Sometimes expats in Cambodia succumb not to illness, but to traffic accidents or other hazards.
A knowledgeable doctor will promptly diagnose her condition, a skilled surgeon will remove her appendix before it bursts, and she’ll be back to normal in no time. This is going to be hard to afford if you moved to Cambodia to teach English for $9 an hour. There are no zoning laws and no effective law enforcement.
If your daughter develops acute appendicitis in Cambodia . You may fancy the idea of moving to “wild” Cambodia, but the true test of being a good parent is whether you place your child’s safety and security above your own interests. Even compared to neighboring countries like Vietnam and Thailand, the infrastructure in Cambodia is truly appalling. Main roads in the capital city are now gridlocked during rush hours, and traffic only gets worse each year. The noise pollution from karaoke parlors at 2 a.m., barking dogs at 4 a.m., and construction workers at 6 a.m. Many expats report regular power outages in their neighborhoods, sometimes lasting 3-5 hours a day. Living in Cambodia will destroy your financial future. You may be able to find a hot young wife in Cambodia, but unless you are transferred there by a multinational company, you’re not going to make any decent money working in Cambodia.Some of the recent interest in Cambodia has come from Westerners living in Thailand.Rising prices in Thailand and stricter Thai visa regulations have already contributed to a noticeable influx of shifty-eyed, tattooed sexpats creeping across the border into Cambodia.All of the diseases that kill adults in Cambodia are even more dangerous to young children.Kids are also more likely to be involved in accidents requiring emergency medical care, because kids are fragile and kind of stupid.It’s the optimistic encouragement that I have a problem with. The average life expectancy for Westerners living in Western countries is about 75 to 80 years old, depending on the country.I personally believe that there are significant drawbacks to moving to Cambodia that could probably fill an entire book. Yetter, I don’t have the necessary work ethic or attention span to write a whole book about anything. Unofficially, the average life expectancy for Western expatriates living in Cambodia is 57.4 years old.So just plan on working in a low paid teaching job in Cambodia until the day you die.Of course, your lack of retirement planning will be the least of your concerns when you’re lying on your deathbed in a dirty Cambodian hospital at age 57.Last year a “mystery illness” killed 60 children in Cambodia. Raising any child in Cambodia presents grave risks that you wouldn’t have in a Western country. Let’s assume that your children are lucky and that the Cambodian diseases, traffic accidents, and poor medical care don’t kill them. The educational system in Cambodia is absolutely dire, from the primary schools through the universities.If your daughter develops acute appendicitis in your home country, you can take her to the emergency room at a modern hospital. The only way to properly educate your child in Cambodia is to pay about ,000 per year to send her to a top international school.