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Tim Moss has supported over 100 expeditions across all seven continents. He has climbed new mountains, crossed a desert on foot and recently cycled 13,000 miles around the world. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society London and a Guinness World Record Holder. He aims to encourage more people to live adventurously. Read more...


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    Giovanni mugliett

    Does anybody know what type of gas canister are easy to be found in south east asia!!! Especially in Cambodia?!!

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      Tim Moss

      Hi Giaovanni, we cycled across Cambodia a couple of years ago but I think we mostly just bought food, because it was so cheap, rather than using our camping stove.

      However, my hunch is that ‘piercable’ canisters will be the easiest to find. But, if you find a camping shop (e.g. in Phnom Penh), I suspect it will be ‘screw-on’.

      Do let me know how you get on.

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        Tim Moss

        Update: I asked on Twitter and was told that ‘aerosol’ canisters are the most readily available in Cambodia.

        You can see the exchange here.

        To use an aerosol canister, your best bet would probably be:
        – Get a free-standing stove (i.e. one that sits on the ground and attaches to the canister with a hose: like these)
        – Get an adaptor (like this one on Amazon or this one from Mercator Gear)

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