When it comes to accessing Cambodia, there are six border crossings with Thailand, one with Laos, and five with Vietnam. You can also fly into either Phnom Penh or Siem Reap. Since dealing with visas can be rather challenging, you might also benefit from reading our general visa page.
Entry to Cambodia
The most common visa for visitors to Cambodia is the tourist visa called a ‘T’ class.
The visa is valid for 30 days and is a single entry visa that can be extended once only. The cost for the initial 30 day ‘T’ class visa is $30.
Visitors to Cambodia can choose to get the visa on arrival or you can apply for it in advance as an e-visa which will cost $30 plus a $7 administrative fee.
The e-Visa takes 3 days to process and is valid for 3 months after the date of issue. Travelers should note however that the e-visa is only valid for travel if you are arriving at Phnom Penh or Siem Reap airports, or Koh Kong, Poipet, and Bavet.
If you want to extend your tourist visa this can be done once for another 30 days and costs $50. Most visitors use a visa agent to do this as it is much easier and quicker than having to do it yourself.
Should you overstay on either a ‘T’ class visa, you will be fined $6 per day, payable when you exit.
To check the exact visa requirements for your country, click here.