eVisa Cambodia 🇰🇭

Tourism or Business

The e-Visa for Cambodia is an official document that allows international travelers to enter and stay in Cambodia for up to 30 days. This electronic visa is valid for a single entry and for 3 months from the date of issue.

The application process is carried out entirely online, requiring personal information, travel details and a scanned copy of the applicant's passport. Once approved, the e-Visa must be printed and presented at eligible entry points in Cambodia, accompanied by the passport. This system aims to simplify administrative procedures, avoiding long waits at embassies or hassles on arrival.

How to apply for a Cambodia eVisa

Single rate of 39 € per passenger
Excluding consular fees, if applicable

Frequently asked questions about eVisa Cambodia

Authentic landscapes, typical villages, rice paddies as far as the eye can see: Cambodia, which vies with neighboring Thailand for the nickname "Land of Smiles", has undeniable charm. The Asian country's extraordinary historical heritage, with vestiges of both traditional Khmer architecture and colonial architecture, is one of the reasons why tourists from all over the world love Cambodia. Truly hypnotic, Cambodia's tropical climate is best appreciated during the dry season, between January and April.

However, French, Belgian and Swiss nationals need a visa to travel to Cambodia and discover the majestic temples of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Our visa agency specializing in travel documents for individuals and professionals makes it easy for you to obtain an electronic visa for Cambodia.

⚠️ Attention, since the beginning of 2024, an e-Arrival Card is now required for anyone wishing to travel to Cambodia. !

What visas are available for Cambodia?

Cambodia visaAs soon as you have a passport valid for at least 6 months After your arrival in Cambodia, you may be eligible for different types of visa. It all depends on the reason for your stay in Southeast Asia and the duration of your visit.

The most popular visa for Cambodia is the tourist visa (T), which allows you to visit the country for 30 days or less. This is a single-entry visa, valid for up to 90 days from the date of issue. The e-Visa is the equivalent of the T visa. Most nationalities are eligible.

Note that the e-Visa for Cambodia allows entry through these checkpoints only(3 airports, 4 border crossings):

  • Phnom Penh International Airport
  • Siem Reap-Angkor International Airport
  • Sihanoukville Airport
  • Cham Yeam (Koh Kong) - Thailand border 🇹🇭
  • Poi Pet (Banteay Meanchey) - Thai border 🇹🇭
  • Bavet (Svay Rieng) - Vietnam border 🇻🇳
  • Tropeang Kreal - Laos border 🇱🇦

If you're planning to stay in Cambodia for an extended period and for a particular reason, you'll need to apply for an E-class visa, which comes in several different types. Among the main ones, the Retiree (ER) visa is aimed at retirees who wish to spend 1 to 12 months of their retirement in Cambodia. Those interested in this visa are required to prove that they receive a retirement pension in their country of origin. The student visa (ES), on the other hand, is obtained by means of proof of schooling for students wishing to stay in Cambodia for one year or less. This stay is renewable for a period of between 1 and 12 months.

As for the business visa (EB ) for Cambodia, it is granted to businessmen and women for a stay in Cambodia of up to one year, renewable for a period of between 1 and 12 months. This visa does not, however, entitle the holder to work in Cambodia, as only the Cambodian Ministry of Labor is responsible for issuing work permits.

There are several ways to obtain a visa for a trip to Cambodia. The most traditional method is to go in person to theCambodian embassy in your country of residence. In France, the Royal Cambodian Embassy is located at 4, rue Adolphe Yvon, 75116 Paris. You can also send your visa application to the Embassy by registered mail with acknowledgement of receipt. However, the simplest and least time-consuming method is to obtain an electronic visa for Cambodia, which can be done online in just a few clicks.

To make stays in their country more accessible, the Cambodian authorities are issuing electronic visas, which can be obtained remotely, for tourism and business purposes only, for stays of less than 30 days.

Simple and fast, the e-visa process usually takes just a few days, compared with 7 to 10 days or more for a visa application for Cambodia by post.

Visamundi 's services consist precisely in managing your application for a tourist or business e-Visa on your behalf. Once your application has been accepted by the Cambodian authorities, we issue you with an electronic visa (PDF), which you can print out before arriving in Cambodia. Should you lose this official document, simply contact our team to receive a free copy by e-mail.

How much does a visa for Cambodia cost?

Regardless of the destination for which you apply for an e-visa through us, our service fee is €39 per traveler. For an e-visa application for Cambodia with Visamundi, a consular fee of €34 is added to our service fee.

This sum enables you to obtain different types of e-Visa for Cambodia, depending on the reason for your trip: Tourism or Business. In all cases, we need the same information to compile your e-Visa application for Cambodia. We can also provide you with an invoice on request.

How do I apply for an electronic visa for Cambodia?

Thanks to Visamundi, your e-visa application for Cambodia is simple and straightforward. All you need to do is send us a few essential details about your identity and your stay in Cambodia via our online e-visa application form, and provide us with a copy of your passport valid for at least 6 months after your date of arrival in the country , as well as a recent passport photo. Our team will then take care of all the administrative formalities for your Cambodia visa application.

We proactively monitor all e-visa applications submitted to us. If your e-visa application is refused by the Cambodian authorities, Visamundi will reimburse you in full for all legal fees associated with your application. For more information on our services or on a current or future visa application for Cambodia, please contact us by phone, by post, via social networks or via the online chat available on our website.

In addition to Cambodia, discover the other Asian destinations for which our team can also handle your e-visa application. South Korea, India, Laos, Mongolia, Myanmar (Burma), Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam: Asia is waiting for you! Start your online e-visa application now, and resume it at any time if you need more information to complete the process.

How long can I stay in Cambodia with an e-Visa?

You can stay in Cambodia for up to 30 days with an e-Visa.

How long is the e-Visa valid for Cambodia?

The e-Visa can be used within 90 days from the date of issue.

Can I extend my stay in Cambodia if I have an e-visa?

It is possible to apply for a visa extension. To do so, you need to go to the Immigration Department in Phnom Penh.

The office is located at 332 Russian Federation Boulevard.

Which entry points are eligible for Cambodia e-Visa?

To use the e-Visa, you must arrive at the following borders:

  • Phnom Penh International Airport
  • Siem Reap-Angkor International Airport
  • Sihanoukville Airport
  • Cham Yeam (Koh Kong)
  • Poi Pet (Banteay Meanchey)
  • Bavet (Svay Rieng)
  • Tropeang Kreal

Do I need to print my e-Visa before arriving in Cambodia?

We strongly recommend printing your document.

What types of e-Visas are available?

Tourism and business e-Visa are the most popular, for online applications and short stays of less than 30 days.

How many times can I enter the country with the same e-Visa?

The e-Visa is valid for single entry into Cambodia.

Which nationalities are eligible for e-Visa?

All nationalities are eligible for an online e-Visa application, except for the few nationalities from neighboring ASEAN.

Is it possible to obtain a visa on arrival in Cambodia?

All nationalities eligible for e-Visa can apply for a visa on arrival in Cambodia. We recommend you complete the e-Visa process online before you leave, to make it easier for you on arrival after a long flight.

Is the e-Arrival Card mandatory?

Since January 1, 2024, every passenger travelling to Cambodia is required to fill in an electronic form. The data will concern immigration, health and customs, with the aim of facilitating your arrival in Cambodia. This must be done in addition to your e-Visa.

Are minors concerned by the e-Visa procedure?

All travelers, including minors, are concerned by this procedure.

How can I stay in Cambodia for more than 30 days?

We advise you to contact an embassy to apply for a standard visa, adapted to your purpose of travel and length of stay.

Failing that, an e-Visa extended on the spot will do the trick.

I'm in transit in Cambodia. Do I need a visa?

A visa is not required if you stay less than 24 hours in transit through Phnom Penh international airport. To be exempt from the transit visa requirement, you must remain in the transit zone, and travel with the same airline. We advise you to check with your airline for further information. In which case, if you are traveling in transit via another air or land port of entry, we recommend that you apply for a tourism e-Visa.

How long does it take to obtain a Cambodia e-Visa?

We advise you to apply for your e-Visa in advance, as you can send us your application as soon as your trip is planned. Depending on your date of arrival, we'll let you know how long it will take to receive it. For urgent departures, the turnaround time is around 3 days.

Which nationalities are visa-exempt for Cambodia?

The following nationalities do not require a visa to travel to Cambodia:

  • 14 days: Brunei, Myanmar and Thailand
  • 15 days: Seychelles
  • 30 days: Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam

What is the Cambodia e-Visa?

On the e-Visa, the main personal details of each traveler appear, along with his or her passport photo. The e-Visa's validity period and expiry date are also indicated.

Cambodia: mandatory and recommended vaccines

Mandatory vaccines

  • Yellow fever: A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers over 9 months of age entering the country from countries where there is a risk of yellow fever transmission, and for travellers in transit for more than 12 hours through an airport in a country where there is a risk of yellow fever transmission.

Recommended vaccines

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B: Long or repeated stays
  • Japanese encephalitis: From the age of 2 months for expatriates or those staying in rural areas during the transmission period.
  • Malaria: Year-round transmission in rural forest areas, including coastal zones. No transmission in Phnom-Penh and around Tonle Sap Lake (Siem Reap), and negligible in the tourist area of Anghor Wat.
  • Rabies: Isolated, prolonged stay
  • Typhoid fever: Prolonged stay or precarious hygienic conditions