GETTING TO CAMBODIA

Vital Infomation for visitor before getting to Cambodia

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The majority of visitors to Cambodia arrive by air at the International airports in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap. For international overland travel from surrounding countries, (Thailand, Vietnam & Laos). These airports are serviced by an increasing number of airlines. Even though, a growing number of tourists are also entering overland from Thailand and Vietnam. Cambodian visas are available on arrival at airports and most international border checkpoints.

Phnom Penh International Airport is the main airport of Cambodia and located about 9 km from the capital city, Phnom Penh. The airport was formerly called Pochentong International Airport. Airport facilities include foreign exchange, cafes, food court, shops, duty free, and a post office. Wireless Internet access is also available. Short-term parking is available. There are taxis and motor-cycle taxis available to take visitors to the city centre.

The International Airport Tax and Domestic Airport Tax:

International flight: Domestic flight:
Foreigner: USD25 Foreigner: 6USD
Cambodian: USD18 Cambodian: 5USD
Child under 12 years old - USD13  

International getting by Air:

- Phnom Penh International Airport (Visa on arrival & E-Visa available)
- Siem Reap International Airport (Visa on arrival & E-Visa available)
- Sihanouk Ville International Airport (Visa on arrival & E-Visa available)

International Getting by Lands:

1. Gateways between Cambodia and Vietnam
   - Bavet (Svay Rieng Province): Visa on arrival & E-Visa available
   - Kaam Samnor-Koh Rokar (Kandal-Prey Veng) Visa on arrival & E-Visa available
   - Phnom Den (Takeo Province): Visa on arrival available
   - Prek ChakK, Kampot Province (Visa on arrival)
   - Tropaing Sre , Kratie Province (Visa on arrival)
   - Trapeang Phlong (Kampong Cham), Visa on arrival available
   - Oyadav ,Ratanakiry Province (Visa on arrival available)
   - Banteay Chakrei, Prey Veng Province (Visa on arrival)

2. Gateways between Cambodia and Thailand
   - Poi Pet (Banteay Meanchhey Province) Visa on arrival available & E-Visa
   - O'Smach (Oddar Meanchhey Province) Visa on arrival available & E-visa
   - Cham Yeam (Koh Kong Province) Visa on arrival available
   - Phsar Prom Border Crossing: Pailin Province (Visa on arrival available)
   - Choam , Oddar Mean Chey Province(Visa on arrival available)
  - Daun Lem, Battambang Province (Visa on arrival & E-visa available), (Located in Kamreang, Battambang province, Cambodia, opposite Thailand's Chantaburi province.) Open 08:00-20:00

3. Gateways between Cambodia and Laos
   - Dom Kralor (Visa on arrival available).
Important note: Cambodian visa-on-arrival is available at Dom Kralor but a Lao visa-on-arrival is not available . Open 8.00-17.00

4. International Getting By water
   - Phnom Penh International Port (Visa on arrival available)
   - Sihanouk Ville International Port (Visa on arrival available upon request )
   - Oknha Mong International Port,Koh Kong Province (Visa on arrival available upon request)

How to get Cambodian Visa & E-Visa?

    All nationalities to Cambodia must present a valid passport and apply for a Cambodian Visa except from following countries: Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, Lao, Malaysia, Myanmar and Vietnam. The passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond the date of entry into Cambodia.
    1. The Cambodia Visa can be easily procured at any Cambodia Embassy or Consulate within your country before travel.
    2. E-visa, you can apply for a Cambodia Visa online through the Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. Just complete the online application form and pay with your credit Card. Once you receive your Visa through email, just print it out and carry the printout with you when you visit Cambodia.
    3. Visa Stamp, You can get a visa stamp at the Phnom Penh or Siem Reap Airport. You have to present a photocopy of your passport, one 3x4cm photo, and a US$20 fee for tourist and USD 25 fee for a businessman. Validity of your visa is counted 30 days from the date of issue, not from the date of entry.

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