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Cambodia Tourist Visa

Cambodia Tourist Visa

  1. emi

    Hi –

    I was planning on traveling to Cambodia and based on my understanding I am eligible to get a tourist visa on-arrival (as a U.S. passport holder) but is it the recommended method and has anyone had an issue with this method?

    Thank you!

  2. OCTinPHL

    [QUOTE=”emi, post: 68250, member: 6153″]Hi –

    I was planning on traveling to Cambodia and based on my understanding I am eligible to get a tourist visa on-arrival (as a U.S. passport holder) but is it the recommended method and has anyone had an issue with this method?

    Thank you![/QUOTE]

    Hi Emi, welcome – You can get a visa upon arrival – at least you used to be able to. I am heading there soon and just applied for an e-visa for Vietnam and am going to do the same for Cambodia as well. Check out Tiffany’s post about it:
    [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/cambodia-e-visa/[/URL]
    FYI, she mentioned applying for Vietnam was a hassle – I only applied for myself, and it was a breeze. But I think they’ve improved their webpage since Tiffany applied.

  3. OCTinPHL

    As a follow-up, I just applied for an e-visa for Cambodia, and it was a breeze. Same general form as for Vietnam (it looks like the same vendor built the sites and processes the payments). Took 5 minutes.

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