Frequently Asked Questions

Questions you may have about retiring in Siem Reap

Siem Reap consistently receives a ‘Very Safe’ status in the World Safety Index, making it an ideal location for those looking to retire abroad. With 24-hour onsite security guards, you will always feel at ease.

For Information on costs please reach out to info@sullivan-retirement.com for the pricing structure breakdown.

No. Sullivan Retirement Residence is for independent retirement living, and not a care/nursing home facility. We do not provide inhouse healthcare facilities or services. Whilst doctors can be called to the property, we highly recommend obtaining the right healthcare insurance package that suits your needs.

To obtain a Cambodia Retirement ER Visa you must be 55 or older, and prove you are retired in your home country (pension or social security documentation). Visas are all taken care of by Sullivan Retirement Residence, and renewed annually.

Presently, Cambodia has no personal income taxation on pension disbursements, meaning your pension will not be subject to tax in Cambodia.

Absolutely! One of our unique qualities is our ability to build a community amongst our residents. There will be plenty of opportunity to socialise with like-minded residents, explore the city and meet new people, or enjoy some alone time when needed.

At Sullivan Retirement Residence we have a philosophy that we never want anyone to be somewhere where they are not happy. Therefore, we do not lock any residents into long-term contracts and just require a two-month notice period.

Yes! We would love to meet them and help you welcome them to this beautiful city.