Visa on Arrival
Cambodia offers Visa on arrival facility to all nationals. That means a citizen of any country (barring few) can obtain a visa on arrival for tourism and business purpose. Though I recommend getting e-visa before you start your trip. Apply online and get it from here – https://www.evisa.gov.kh/. The Single entry visa cost 30 USD. Add 7 USD for e-visa processing fees. I entered Cambodia from the Poipet border. (How? Check this video or the playlist to know). Paid the requisite fees in USD and got the visa pasted in half an hour.
Though be careful from the people who try to offer undesired help. They may offer help to fill up the form or get a free taxi to somewhere nearby or hotel arrangement, etc. Try to ignore them. They may be touts or some fraud travel agents. Tourists travelling to Cambodia have landed into big trouble because of these people. Even I had a horrible experience with a similar person who was trying to offer his ‘help’ at the visa counter. He tried to manhandle me when I refused to take his taxi.
|Tourist Visa||Business Visa|
|Visa Fee||USD 30||USD 35|
|Duration||30 days||30 days|
Cambodia government also provides the facility of e-Visa. All eligible nationals can apply for a Cambodia tourist visa online. The advantage of E-Visa is that the tourist is not supposed to approach the Cambodian Embassy. What all needed is Just an internet connection and a credit card. Fill up the form online, submit it and pay online. Authorities will email your visa. Print it and produce at the immigration counter when entering Cambodia. After crosscheck, the authorities will paste a visa on your passport instantly. You are not supposed to make the payment again. As mentioned above, the cost of a Single entry e-visa is 37 USD.
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