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Cambodia – Passport & Visa Requirements

1/ Passport note:

To enter Cambodia, a passport valid for at least 6 months after the visa expiration date is required. For security reasons, it is advisable to carry copies of documents rather than originals when in Cambodia.

2/ Visas for Cambodia Requirements

To visit Cambodia, a visa is required for most nationalities except nationals of the visa exemption section below. A passport with at least six month validity and a recent passport-sized photo is required.

Tourist & Business Visas:

Visitors from countries not under Visa Exemption Agreements must apply for a Tourists (T) or business (E) visa valid for one month at the points of entry.
Visa K can be issued to a Cambodian national entering the Kingdom on a foreign passport. (The applicant has to provide well-documented evidence, such as proof that one’s parents were Cambodian).
Tourist visa can be obtained online at

Visa Exemption:

The nationals of the Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam, Myanmar do not need a tourist visa and may stay in Cambodia for 21 and 30 days respectively.

Visa Fees:

  • Single entry visa fee for tourist (T) (30 days): US$ 30
  • Single entry visa fee for tourist e-visa for single entry (T) (30 days): US$ 36
  • Single entry visa fee for business (E) (30 days): US$ 35

The entry points to obtain Visa:


Phnom Penh International Airport
Siem Reap International Airport

Cambodia-Vietnam border:

Bavet International Check Point (Svay Rieng Province)
Kha Orm Sam Nor International Check Point (Kandal Province)
Koh Rohka International Check Point (Prey Veng Province)
Banteay Chakrey International Check Point (Preyveng Province)
Tropeang Sre International Check Point (Kratie Province)
Prek Chak International Check Point (Kampot Province)
Phnom Den International Check Point (Takeo Province)
Oyadav International Check Point (Rattankiri Province)
Tropieng Phlong International Check Point (Kampong Cham Province)

Cambodia-Thailand border:

Cham Yeam International Check Point (Koh Kong Province)
Poi Pet International Check Point (Banteay Meanchey Province)
Osmach International Check Point (Odor Meanchey Province)
Sihanoukville International Check Point (Sihanoukville Province)
Choam Sanguam International Check Point (Banteay Meanchey Province)
Prum International Check Point (Pailin Province)
Doung International Check Point (Battambang Province)
Preah Vihear International Check Point (Preah Vihear Province)

Cambodia-Lao border:

Dong Krolar International Check Point (Steung Treng Province)
Tropieng Kreal International Check Point (Stung Treng Province)
It is required for the visa applicants to submit passport, application forms, a recent passport-style color photograph, and such other documents as determined by the status of stay.

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