Which countries use US dollar as their currency


Angkor Wat (City of Temples) is one of the wonders of the South East Asia country, which is enough to attract a lot of tourists. It is also one of the countries that you probably did not know about using the US dollar.

While it is no surprise that the U.S. dollar is the official currency of the United States, it may surprise some that the dollar is also the official currency of a host of U.S. territories and sovereign nations around the world. In addition, it’s the quasi-official currency of many other nations that commonly accept U.S. dollars in addition to a local currency. Let us take a look at the places where the U.S. dollar is usually accepted for payment.