Cambodia Country Guide

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E-Visa

Citizens of most nations can apply for an e-Visa (online application for a visa) at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (www.mfaic.gov.kh/evisa/) website, through a service provided by a private Cambodian company. This is a normal Tourist Visa but costs USD28 instead of the normal USD20. The visa arrives as a PDF file by e-mail within 3 working days. 
 
 
 
 
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The application requires a digital photograph of yourself (jpg format). You can scan your passport photo or have a passport sized photograph taken with a digital camera. There are other websites claiming to make a Cambodian e-visa. At best, these are just online travel agencies which will charge you more (USD30-USD45) and get the same USD28 visa for you. At worst, you may end up with a fake e-visa.

Siem Reap Airport by Laihongyi

You need to print two copies of the PDF visa (one for entry and one for exit), cut out the visa parts and keep them with your passport. E-Visas are only valid for entry by air (Phnom Penh Airport and Siem Reap Airport) or at the three land border crossings only i.e.: 
  • Bavet - Ho Chi Minh City-Phnom Penh road;
  • Koh Kong - Near Trat in Eastern Thailand; and
  • Poipet - Bangkok-Siem Reap road. 
However, you may exit the country with an e-visa via any border crossing. 

Poipet border crossing by Beao

 
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Banlung
Battambang
Kampong Cham
Kampot
Kep
Koh Kong
Kratie
Phnom Penh
Poipet
Ratanakiri
Siem Reap
Sihanoukville
Sisophon

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