The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Cambodia launched the Cambodia e-Visa in 2006. It was introduced to help travelers around the world obtain their visas to Cambodia in a more convenient manner. At the time of its launch, Cambodia was one of the first countries in the world to introduce electronic visas. The response has been overwhelming and more than 100,000 travelers have already used this service.
Visa applications can be done completely online. Travelers are not required to visit the Cambodian embassy or send in their passport. Once approved, applicants will receive their visa by email, which is recognized by all airlines traveling inbound to Cambodia and provided that all your travel documents are in order, you should have no trouble boarding your flight to Cambodia. Special visa lanes have been set up at immigration checkpoints to facilitate faster custom clearance.
|Entry type||Single entry|
|Visa fees||US$50 (Inclusive of stamping fee)|
|Length of stay||1 month|
|Processing time||3 business days|
|Passport validity||More than 6 months at the date of entry|
|Visa exemption||Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam (Visa-free stays up to 1 month)|
|Unsupported countries||Afghanistan, Algeria, Arab Saudi, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Sudan and Nigeria (Must apply through the embassy directly)|
The Cambodia visa only valid for entry by air and at the three main land-border crossings. However, you are free to exit at any port. The following table shows you where you can use the visa:
|Port of Entry|
|Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH)|
|Siem Reap International Airport (REP)|
|Poi Pet Checkpoint (From Aranyaprathet, Thailand)|
|Cham Yeam Checkpoint (From Hat Lek, Thailand)|
|Bavet Checkpoint (From Moc Bai, Vietnam)|
For those who wish to apply for a business visa, diplomatic visa or K-Visa, please contact your nearest Cambodian embassy for more information. K-Visas are granted to Cambodian-born citizens traveling with non-Cambodian passports.
Two weeks before you enter the country. Upon approval, your visa can last for 3 months. If you do not enter the country within this period of time, you will have to re-apply. Therefore, we suggest not to apply too early. In case you postpone your trip, you can still use the same visa.
Yes. We can rush the visa for you. But, in the event where we can't make it, we will do a full refund and advise you with alternatives. No additional fee for a rush visa.
You will be asked for the port of entry during the visa application which you can still change it later. Other than this, flight details or trip itinerary are not required.
You need to contact us and we will update your application for you without applying for a new one. Please make sure your new entry date are before the expiry date of your visa.
The easiest way is to apply for two Cambodia visas. Unlike an Australia visa, you can apply for a Cambodia visa when you are in Cambodia.
You must apply visa on arrival at Sihanoukville or to apply through Cambodia embassy before your travel.
There is no better or easier way to get a Visa than through Evisa Asia. It was an easy process over the internet and we were reminded how lucky we were upon our arrival Cambodia and then again at Vietnam. The mad scramble by a crowd of tourist to get Visas on arrival was a sight for sore eyes and we were not part of it. We happily moved straight to Customs and experienced a problem free transition. I will definitely use Evisa Asia on our next trip. Thanks again for everything - Larry Barton, Mexico
Hi, I am quite happy how you organized the Evisa for my Chinese wife to go to Cambodia. Much easier than going through embassy. There was some confusion about the spelling of the Chinese name. However, your team promptly corrected this avoiding any trouble - Aki Tamminen, China
Wow, it was so easy to get a visa for Cambodia. In 2 days everything was done and on our arrival, we didn't have to stand in a queue at passport control! It was quick, easy and efficient. Thank you Evisa Asia! - Beatrix Lourens, South Africa
The story is long and complicated, but when I got to Hanoi from Sweden, I suddenly realised that I had forgotten to apply for a visa to Cambodia - Vietnam was the only country on my mind. I knew that I could have a visa upon arrival issued at the Cambodian border, but I wanted to be sure to have an e-visa issued before I reached the border. So I had to find out how to do it. Since I had my iPad with me I used that for all my internet activity! E-visas are simple to apply for - at home, where I can pay for it on the net. Not possible on the road since I have left the little gadget, needed to contact my bank, at home. So I tried out a service from the net called Evisa Asia. They used PayPal. I already had a PayPal account but could not remember my password. So I opened a new account - and it worked! I thought the contact to my bank wouldn't have been possible without my little gadget at home. I fixed a photo with my camera and started sending everything. I had good access to the internet via free WiFi at the hotels I stayed at. I had a work e-mail at the iPad that functioned. I could send and receive mail. Evisa Asia fixed my visa quickly (three days) and satisfactorily and sent it to me via mail. So a few troubles further, I got the two copies needed of my visa (one for entry and the other for exit) printed out in colour at the reception desk at my hotel in Nha Trang, Vietnam. Everything was fixed on the road and I felt reassured in crossing the border to Cambodia - Jan Magnusson, Sweden