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There are money changers at the Crab Market that will exchange euro, dong, US dollar, and riel. If you're fresh in over the border, note that the riel is maintained at around 4000 to the dollar. The market traders will change large denomination dollar notes.
 
There are money changers at the Crab Market that will exchange euro, dong, US dollar, and riel. If you're fresh in over the border, note that the riel is maintained at around 4000 to the dollar. The market traders will change large denomination dollar notes.
  
'''Since October 2014 there is a new/first ATM in Kep.''' It is located at the small line of shops on Kep Beach, in front of the equally new pharmacy.
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'''There are no ATMs in Kep.''' Veranda Natural Resort, Kep Lodge and Kimly Lodge offer cash advances on Visa and Mastercard cards but levy a service charge of 5%. The nearest ATM is at the Canadia or Acleda Bank in Kampot (about 25km away). Rumors go that the Acleda bank will install an ATM pretty soon (Feb 2014).
  
 
*<buy name="Signature Designer Shop, ex Lili Perles" alt="" address="near Beach" directions="" phone="012 634 214" url="" hours="daytime" price="" lat="" long="">Liliperles, a new shop in town which sells beads from all over the world for reasonable prices. Lily the owner have been operating for years. They also have a small school for free, for teaching French to the local people.</buy>
 
*<buy name="Signature Designer Shop, ex Lili Perles" alt="" address="near Beach" directions="" phone="012 634 214" url="" hours="daytime" price="" lat="" long="">Liliperles, a new shop in town which sells beads from all over the world for reasonable prices. Lily the owner have been operating for years. They also have a small school for free, for teaching French to the local people.</buy>

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