ATMs -- There are a number of bank offices ringing Psar Nath, and each bank has an ATM. Canadia Bank has the lowest charges.

Banks & Currency Exchange -- Canadia Bank (tel. 053/952-267; open Mon-Fri 8am-3pm, Sat 8-11:30am), UCB (tel. 053/952-552; open Mon-Fri 8am-3pm), and ANZ (tel. 053/953-830; open Mon-Fri 8:30am-4pm) are situated around Psar Nath. ACLEDA Bank (tel. 053/953-171; open Mon-Fri 7:30am-4pm, Sat 7:30am-noon; Western Union and traveler's checks only) is on the east bank of the river just over the Old Iron Bridge. All of these banks cash traveler's checks, exchange major foreign currencies, and issue advances on Visa and MasterCard. There are also money-changers in Psar Nath itself. There is no real reason to use them unless you are caught cashless out of banking hours and you don't have an ATM card.

Business Hours -- Business hours are generally between 7am and 7pm from Monday to Friday. In the center of town some shops may stay open a little later.

Doctors & Hospitals -- The Polyclinique Visal Sokh (junction of St. 3 and NH#5 north of Psar Nath; tel. 053/952-401) is your first stop if you need medical attention. They have a pharmacy and an ambulance and some English is spoken. If it is anything serious, your second port of call is Thailand. The closest Thai hospitals are in Aranyaprathet and Sa Kaeow, but it's best to head to Bangkok.

Internet -- Cybercafes are plentiful on Street 1 and the adjoining roads. They cost about $1.50 an hour and speeds are variable. The Bus Stop Guesthouse on Street 2 has free Wi-Fi with a fast connection. The Gecko Cafe also has swift Wi-Fi. Many hotels also now have Wi-Fi.

Pharmacies -- The Polyclinique Visal Sokh has a pharmacy. There are also a number of others around Psar Nath.

Post Office -- The main post office is situated near the river where Street 1 forks after the museum, near the main junction between the Old Stone Bridge and the Old Iron Bridge. It is open Monday to Friday 6am to 5pm and Saturday 8am to noon.

Telephone -- Internet cafes are equipped for long-distance calls. There are also scores of shops selling mobile SIM cards and phones all over the center of town. A new SIM card costs as little as $2 and is your best option if you want to make local calls.

Tourist Information -- The Tourist Office (St. 1; tel. 053/730-217; open Mon-Fri 7-11am and 2-5pm) is situated in a very swish French villa, but the actual information they provide is a little thin.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.