Passport & Visa Information
Do I need a Visa to enter Cambodia?
Yes: Residents of most nationalities must obtain a visa before entering the country with the exception of the following countries: Philippines, Malaysian, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Laos or Indonesia.
How to get a Cambodian Visa?
There are two ways:
1) On Arrival – You can get a visa on arrival at both International airports and all land border crossings with Laos, Vietnam and Thailand. A tourist visa costs $35 and is valid for a period of 30 days however extensions are available for longer stays.
Please note that if you cross over a land boarder you may have to pay a stamping / processing fee of around $5.
2) In Advance (E-Visa) – You can now obtain an e-visa for Cambodia in advance. The visa costs $37 and payment can be made online via a credit or debit card.
*You can apply for you visa in advance by applying here www.evisa.gov.kh
Please make sure that your passport does not expire within 6 months of your holiday. And that your passport has at least one full clean page for the visa and another page for additional stamps.
If applying for a visa on arrival please make sure that you have 2 passport photographs with you.
For every day you are in the country without a valid visa you will have to pay a $5 fine per day.
Please note that you are no longer need to pay an airport departure tax as this is included in your airline ticket.
Raffles Le Royal Cambodia
5 Star – Phnom Penh
Ideally situated at the heart of the city, the Raffles Hotel Le Royal has been the choice of royalty, dignitaries and celebrities travelling through the capital of modern Cambodia. Graced through the years by legends such as former U.S First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and French adventurer André Malraux, this landmark Phnom Penh hotel sets the benchmark for refined enchantment in Cambodia.
Phum Baitang Cambodia
5 Star – Siem Reap
The stunning resort is a complete upscale 5* boutique hotel with an authentic Cambodian experience. Locally known as being the home for Angelina Jolie, and her family when they were filming – First They Killed My Father. This intimate and opulent resort covers eight acres and is surrounded by lush greenery and paddy fields. This hotel offer beautifully designed villas and a totally unique experience in Siem Reap.
4 Rivers Floating Lodge Cambodia
4 Star – Koh Kong
Located in the wilds of Cambodia’s Southwest and sitting on the Tatai river rests a simply wonderful floating eco-resort. This environmentally friendly resort surrounded by thick forest captures the imagination while offering luxury and high-end facilities of a four-star boutique resort. The service and food are top notch making a perfect end to any Cambodian holiday.
Navutu Dreams Cambodia
4 Star – Siem Reap
Set in a lovely peaceful area of town, not too far from the main shops and restaurants. Navutu Dreams is a wonderful oasis set in a glorious green garden surrounded by 3 swimming pools (1 for family and kids, 1 fresh water pool and 1 salt water pool). This hotel has thought of everything and is the perfect retreat to relax and rewind after a busy day at the temples.
Terres Rouges Cambodia
3 Star – Ban Lung
Terres Rouges Lodge is the only boutique hotel in the province of Ratanakiri. Ideally situated on the edge of the Ban Lung Lake, the Lodge is the combination of a Cambodian villas and luxurious bungalows in the middle of an exotic garden. The lodge which was the former residence of the governor of the province combines traditions of the past and the comforts you expect today.
Sala Lodges Cambodia
4 Star – Siem Reap
Sala means school or place to stay for a stopover in Khmer language. Stay in one of the elegant eleven old reassembled wooden houses dating from 1956 to 1985, collected from different places around Cambodian. Located on a calm road not very far from the city central, Sala Lodges laid on a flat land surrounded by paddy fields, palm trees and lush garden, that makes the whole resort a peaceful village and pleasant stay.