Cambodia Post is the state postal service of the Kingdom of Cambodia, its history begins in 1887 when the territory of Cambodia was part of French Indochina. In 1895, the architect Daniel Fabre built the first post office to date. Cambodia entered the Universal Postal Union as an independent state only in 1951. In 1975, the Khmer Rouge banned correspondence between citizens, destroyed postal equipment and mail as such. In 1979, mail was restored by the new authorities in the People's Republic of Kampuchea and it took a lot of effort to get things going.
Currently, Cambodia Post aims to comply with international standards and provide postal services available to the entire population:
collection, transportation, processing of mail;
parcels and express mail (EMS) both domestic and international;
collection, processing, and delivery of various documents for enterprises and organizations;
sale of postage stamps, accessories, materials to support postal services and telecommunications.
According to user reviews, Cambodia Post is working quite well. International mail passes through Thailand and ships to Europe within 15-45 days.