Before you get a Cambodia Visa you must first decide which type of visa you need. There are several types of visas: Tourist visa, Business or Ordinary Visa, Diplomatic Visa and the e-Visa. With the exception of the e-visa, the different types of visas that exist to enter Cambodia must be issued either at a Cambodian Embassy, an airport or a land border crossing.
All application alternatives have the same purpose: issuing a visa so you can visit Cambodia. However, visiting a Cambodian Embassy demands a lot of time and effort and some people even have to travel to other cities in order to visit an Embassy. Issuing a Cambodian Visa at an airport or land border crossing can also be a hassle since it requires numerous bribes and payments that you have to do the minute you arrive at Cambodia. Considering the many hours most people have to travel to Cambodia, it can be very uncomfortable to issue a visa when arriving to a new country after a long trip.
On the other hand, an E-visa doesn't demand much time or travelling to other cities to issue your Cambodian Visa. By applying for an e-Visa, you will have your Cambodian Visa in advance, which means you will avoid long lines and tedious procedures at the airport or border crossing.
The Cambodia e-Visa or Electronic Visa enables travelers to apply for a Cambodia tourist visa online. It is available to citizens of all countries except citizens of Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, and Sudan. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation began to allow the use of this e-Visa’s in 2006 in order to make visa applications easier and quicker. This is a single entry visa with a validity of 3 months. This visa allows a maximum stay of 30 days.
If you're interested in applying for the Cambodia e-Visa, you can apply through iVisa. iVisa will make the application process easier and quicker for you. Filling out the application forms for an e-Visa can be not only difficult but also stressful, especially if you're doing it by yourself. However, iVisa provides a quite straightforward application form. The information requested is minimal, and if you need help with any of it, you can call their support service 24/7. Qualified personnel is ready to take your call and guide you through the steps.
If you are interested in applying for a Cambodia e-Visa through iVisa, you can read the requirements, costs and everything you need to know about the e-Visa here.
Here is a Cambodia e-Visa sample:
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us, we would be more than happy to help you issue your e-Visa so you can relax even before travelling to Cambodia.
Passport holders of the following countries may enter Cambodia without a visa for a period of 30 days: • Indonesia • Laos • Malaysia • Philippines • Singapore • Thailand • Vietnam