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  Entry in Cambodia

Cambodia has two international gateways for arrival by air, Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, and a healthy selection of land borders with neighboring Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos. Formalities at Cambodia’s international airports are traditionally smoother than land borders, as the volume of traffic is greater. Crossing at land borders is relatively easy, but immigration officers may try to wangle some extra cash, either for your visa or via some other scam.      
By airport

  • Phnom Penh International Airport
  • Siem Reap International Airport
  By Overland and River Border

Cambodia shares one border crossing with Laos, six crossing with Thailand and eight with Vietnam.
 
1- Cambodia - Lao
  Cambodia and Laos share a remote frontier that includes some of the wildest areas of both countries. There is only one border crossing open to foreigners.    
*Voeun Kham / Dong Kralor, Cambodia
Tourist Visa is available upon arrival. From the border, you could choose 3 different tastes of Cambodia, City of Phnom Penh, Heritage Angkor-Siem Reap and Tribe-Hills (Mondolkiri and Rattanakiri).
   

2. Cambodia-Thailand

Cambodia and Thailand share an 805km border and there are now six legal international border crossing, and many more options for locals. Land borders with Thailand are open from 7am to 8pm daily.
 
a). Aranyaprathet / Poipet, Cambodia
This official land border is good for tourists who wish to visit Siem Reap, Battambong and it takes about 5 hours by open-bus or shared taxi to get Siem Reap. Road condition from Poipet to Siem Reap is pretty good.
 
b). Hat Lek / Cham Yeam-Koh Kong, Cambodia
This official overland border is good for tourist who wish to visit Sihanouk Ville, Phnom Penh, and the tourist could go to Sihanouk Ville by Boat which depart very morning 8:00 am. Visa upon arrival is available.
 
c). Chong Jom / O’Smach, Cambodia
This is also an official overland border in the remote provinces, Oddor Meanchey, where tourist could obtain their upon arrival visa at the check points. Fewer tourists get into Cambodia by this check point.
 
d). Choam-Choam Srawngam / Anlong Veng, Cambodia
This is remote border, where was former Khmer rouge resident located and the last district to re-united after a long war in Cambodia. Tourist passes this border mostly from Sisaket, Thailand. Visa upon arrival is available.
 
e).Ban Pakard / Psar Pruhm, Pailin
This border is about 120km Southwest of Battambang and 22km northwest of Pailin.
   

3. Cambodia - Vietnam

Cambodian and Vietnam share a long frontier with a bevy of border crossings. Foreigners are currently permitted to cross at 8pm and there are new crossings opening every year.

a).Moc Bai / Bavet, Cambodia
This is a biggest official border get between Vietnam and Cambodia, It takes about 5 hours to travel from Bavet to Phnom Penh and Visa upon arrival is available.

b). Chau Doc / Kaam Samnor, Cambodia
This is an official river-border on the Mekong River, is becoming the popular get way for tourists come to Cambodia from Vietnam by boat, ferry. It takes about 6 Hours to reach Phnom Penh Port.

c). Tinh Bien / Phnom Den, Takeo, Cambodia
Tourist Visa upon arrival is available, but it is good for those who prefer to visit Kampot and Sihanouk Ville rather than Phnom Penh or Siem Reap.

d). Xa Xia / Prek Chak, KEP, Cambodia
This border crossing connects Kep and Kampot with Mekong Delta town of Ha Tien. This crossing offers the prospect of linking the Cambodian coast with beautiful Vietnamese island of Phu Quoc, formerly is the Cambodian island of Koh Trol.
         

e). Le Tanh / Oyadaw, Rattanakiri, Cambodia
Tourist Visa upon arrival is available, offering connections between Ban Lung and Pleiku. It is about 25km from border to Ban Lung City.
 

f). Xa Mat / Trapaeng Plong, Kompong Cham, Cambodia
Xa Mat Crossings could be useful for those planning to visit Cao Dai temple traveling to or from Ho Chi Minh City.
   

g). Loc Ninh / Trapaeng Sre, Kompong Cham, Cambodia
   

i). Khanh Binh / Banteay Chakrey
 
Application for an entry visa requires:

  - A completed visa application form
  - Passport valid at least further 6 months
  - One recent photograph (4x6)
  - Appropriate visa fee
  - Supporting documents for business and official visas

Visa Exemption

The nationals of the Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam do not need a tourist visa and many stay in Cambodia for 21 and 30 days respectively.
 
Countries not supported (not allow to get visa on arrival)

Afghanistan, Algeria, Arab Saudi, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Srilanka, Sudan, Nigeria. The nationals need to apply visa from your nearest embassy before enter to Cambodia.
 
Visa extension

The tourist (T) and business (E) visas can be extended at the Immigration Department, National Police. The Diplomatic (A), Official (B) and Courtesy (C) visas can be extended at the Consular Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
 

Note: A tourist visa can be extended only once for up to one month (single entry). A business visa can be extended for:
 
  • One month (Single entry)
  • Three months (Single entry)
  • Six months (Multiple entry)
  • One year (Multiple entry)
     
Overstaying your visa:

Overstaying your visa is not seen as a major crime but it is expensive. You have to pay a fine of US$5 for each day you have overstayed at immigration checkpoint when you leave.
  There are two types of entry-visa shall be paid:
 
 
  Business visa       US$ 35.00
      Tourist visa       US$ 30.00
  The costs of airport tax are:
 
 
  Domestic Airport Tax:       US$ 6.00
      International Airport Tax from REP:       US$ 25.00
      International Airport Tax from PNH:       US$ 25.00

 
Travellers have very little to worry about in a country where health standards are ranked amongst the highest in Asia.  Vaccinations are not required to enter the Kingdom of Cambodia; you are unless coming from a "yellow" infected area.