British tourist Natalie Seymour found dead in Cambodia hostel

Lester Mason
November 15, 2017

A Canadian backpacker seeing the world with her British pal has died under mysterious circumstances at a hostel in Cambodia.

Wendy doesn't know how her daughter died, as an official cause of death is yet to be established.

But police informed her of the pair's deaths at 5am on Tuesday.

She posted a picture just three days ago of a boat trip off the Cambodian coast.

Natalie had left the United Kingdom on a one-way ticket to meet her friend Abbey Amisola in Cambodia.

In a recent tweet she said: "Figuring out where I want to travel to is so hard because I want to go everywhere and do everything".

A staff member reportedly found the bodies.

They were taken to hospital but could not be revived.

Natalie Jade Seymour tragically died while backpacking in CambodiaWhat happened to Natalie Jade Seymour and Abbey Gail Amisola?

Abbey Gail Amisola
Abbey Gail Amisola

Local reports suggest that the women had already died when they were discovered. (Supplied) Ms Seymour (pictured) was travelling with her friend, Abbey Amisola, who was also found dead in the Monkey Republic Guest House.

"One of the staff saw them (the night before they were found dead) and asked if they were going to eat in the restaurant, but they said they weren't going to be eating".

A spokeswoman for the guesthouse said they were "very nice women" who were travelling together. They arrived together and went around together.

Natalie Jade Seymour in Bali.

"This is now in the hands of the police". They did have a lot of water in their room.

Natalie Seymour, aged 22, has been found dead in a Cambodian hotel, where she had been staying while travelling in Southeast Asia.

Long Youpheng, political and public diplomacy officer at the United Kingdom embassy in Cambodia said: 'At the embassy we are aware of this case and our consular team is working out on possible supports and we are conducting further study in this case'.

Cambodian authorities are now investigating their deaths and Cambodia's Department of Immigration said preliminary investigations had found that they had been suffering from diarrhoea and vomiting, reported MailOnline.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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