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Visa

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Visa

Is there a way to get visa before arrival? Traveling from Canada and looking for a tourist visa. Will be staying three weeks and don’t want the lineups at arrival.

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Amsterdam, The...
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1. Re: Visa

The official Cambodian govt website for the tourist e-visa

https://www.evisa.gov.kh

Phuket, Thailand
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2. Re: Visa

get it online for $40 ( $10 more than visa on arrival) plus u save a full page in ur passport.Line ups last usually less thna 10minuts an u still need wait for ur bags

Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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3. Re: Visa

As the last post said what's the problem with waiting around 10 minutes or less for a visa ,go online or wait .

This is Phnom Penh cambodia not New York international airport.

Sydney, Australia
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7 reviews
4. Re: Visa

A thread related question - can you pay for the visa on arrival in any other denomination than USD cash? i.e. do they take card or AUD or Euro?

Sydney, Australia
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5. Re: Visa

Hello OzYeti

It would help if you read the comprehensive posting:

Visa on Arrival and Passport Requirements 2017/2018

https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/ShowTopic-g29…

Best regards. Ian/Angkorlad

Sydney, Australia
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6. Re: Visa

Thanks Ian but it's almost 40 pages and on a iphone4 not easy to handle. A simple answer would have been nice.

Phuket, Thailand
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7. Re: Visa

US$$$ ONLY $30 make sure u have a photo as well

Sydney, Australia
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8. Re: Visa

Thanks PhuketRich, much appreciated.

Perth, Australia
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for Cambodia
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9. Re: Visa

My thought is that unless you are keen to save pages in your passport, the easiest and cheapest way is to get a VOA. The time involved is minimal and more often than not there is still a wait for luggage for everyone after the immigration process despite how you’ve obtained your visa. As Richard advised, the cost of the VOA is $30USD which can only be paid in US currency in cash. If you do not have a photo, you’ll be asked for an extra $2 or $3 dollars for a scan of your passport photo.

It’s really very simple and straightforward.

Margaret River
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10. Re: Visa

Is there anywhere that Visa forms can be downloaded online?

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