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Cambodia International Airport
Phnom Penh and Siem Reap  Airport Tax:
- Foreigner: USD25
- Cambodian: USD18
Domestic:
- Foreigner: 6USD
- Cambodian: 5USD
Passport/visa requirements: In order to visit Cambodia, a visa is required for most nationalities. A passport with at least six month validity is required. Philippine and Malaysian nationals do not require tourist visas for a stay up to 21 and 30 days respectively. Singaporean nationality is also exempt from the usual visa requirement.Visa on arrival is not permitted for holders of the following passports: Afghanistan; Algeria; Bangladesh; Iran; Iraq; Pakistan; Saudi Arabia; Sri Lanka; and Sudan. Holders of these passports must obtain a Cambodian visa before arriving in the country. Holders of these passports are also required to hold a sponsor letter or invitation from a company / organization / travel agent, and you are also advised to hold a valid return ticket.
 Availability: It is very easy to travel to Cambodia. Cambodian visas are available to most nationalities on arrival at all international airports in Cambodia (Phnom Penh and SiemReap), at overseas Cambodian embassies , at most international border crossing checkpoints in Cambodia, and through the online E-Visa procedure.Issuance requirements and price: Issuance of a visa on arrival at the airports and international border crossings is relatively quick and easy, taking about 20-30 minutes. One 4x6 photo is required.
30-day tourist visa (Type ‘T’): US$20Tourist visas can be extended for one month, but only one time. 30-day business visa (Type ‘E’): US$25 Business visas can be renewed indefinitely, one month, three months, six months or one year at a time.
Diplomatic, Official, Courtesy, and Special (Cambodian) visas are issued free of charge. 
At overland international border checkpoints with Thailand, visa prices are often set in Thai baht making them significantly more expensive than the official visa price in US dollars. See below.

E-Visa: The Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs now offers 'e-visa' - visas available online through the Ministry's website. Scan of passport and passport size photo required. Payment by credit card. US$25 for a 30 day visa (three month validity.) Processing time: 3 days. Issued by email and print from from your computer. The Ministry recently announced that e-visa entry points now include Siem Reap International Airport, Phnom Penh International Airport, the Bavet/Moc Bai border crossing, the Poipet/Aranyaprathet border crossing and the Koh Kong/Had Lek border crossing. To order an E-visa see the followingwebsite: http://www.mfaic.gov.kh/e-visa/vindex.aspx 
 
E-Visa NEWS/WARNING - In March13, 2009 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a warning about certain websites selling fraudulent e-Visas. Do not purchase e-Visas throughany website other that the official Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Website.
E-Visa NEWS - Getting an e-visa is easy, requiring only 5 minutes or so, when the website is working. Unfortunately the website seems to go down with some regularity, often for days at a time. If you really need an e-visa and the site is down, just keep trying. It does seem to come back on line after a while.
Visa Renewal: Renew visas through a travel agent or the ‘Immigration Department’ on Confederation de Russie (‘Airport Road’), located opposite Phnom Penh International Airport. Tel: 012-581558. Fax: 023-890380. E-mail: visa_info@online.com.kh. Renew Diplomatic, Courtesy and Official visas at the Consular section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
 
Visas at Overland Border Crossings
Border crossing with Laos: Border policies are not stable. Travelers report that Cambodian visas are available at the border but Laotian visas are not available at the border.
Border crossings with Vietnam: Cambodian visas are available at the Moc Bai/Bavet and 'Chau Doc' border crossings. There is conflicting information about the availability of Cambodian visas at Prek Chak. Vietnamese visas are not available at any overland border crossing.

Border crossings with Thailand: Cambodian visas and 30-day Thai transit visas are available at all Thai/Cambodian border crossings. Thai transit visas are free of charge. Other types of Thai visas are not available.

Border Crossing Scams/Annoyances
Be prepared for minor scams at the overland border crossings, especially at Koh Kong and Poipet, though similar reports are beg. Scam #1: The most consistently reported inconvenience at the border is being overcharged for Cambodian visas. At the Poipet and Koh Kong crossings, Cambodian immigration usually charges 1200-1500 baht for a tourist visa and 1500-1700 baht for a business visa. Unlike the rest of the country, they usually refuse dollars. At current exchange rates, the price in baht is significantly more expensive than the official prices of $20 and $25. Some people have had some success paying the official price in dollars by being politely insistent. Another way to try to avoid the problem is to get an e-visa in advance so that you don't need to get a visa at the border.
Scam #2: Drivers and touts will insist that you need their help to obtain a visa. This is not true. They want to charge an extra fee. The visa process is easy, straightforward and do-it-yourself. Do not accept their ‘assistance’ as it is not necessary and will only lengthen the process and increase the cost.
 
Scam #3: Immigration police may try to charge 100 baht for the normally free exit/entry stamp. Try asking for a receipt.
 
Scam #4: Immigration police may try to charge 100-300 baht for a SARS Form and/or Swine Flu Form. These forms, when they are required, are supposed to be free. Try asking for a receipt. 

When dealing with officials, there is usually room for polite explanations and bargaining. One sometimes-successful approach is to smile, say "no, thank you", smile some more, perhaps act like you don't understand and walk away. This technique may or may not work but it has a greater likelihood of success than simply refusing to do what they are asking or, even worse, becoming argumentative or showing anger.

 

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Ms.Carla Bozon-Philippines
Reviewed2013-02-05 02:31:45
This was our second visit to Angkor and our second time driving around with Phat. Travelling with a tuk-tuk is the best way to see Angkor - every morning Phat was there to meet us at our guesthouse, his tuk-tuk with it's little green cool box - full with ice cold water and even colder disposable wet wipes - at the ready. Phat could always suggest an itinerary for us, and was just a fountain of knowledge in general - after being driving his tuk-tuk around Angkor for 11 years, he knows the best times to visit each temple, the best photo spot, the quietest place. More than this, Phat is just a lovely person, considerate, paying great attention to detail and always trying to make things as easy as possible for us. The temples are stupendous, but the best times with Phat were when he was showing us 'real' life - taking us to visit his village, or to the local market. Angkor is great - driving around with Phat made it even more enjoyable. Visited November 2012
Email:carlabozon@hotmail.com
Ms.Carla Bozon-Philippines
Reviewed2013-02-05 02:31:45
This was our second visit to Angkor and our second time driving around with Phat. Travelling with a tuk-tuk is the best way to see Angkor - every morning Phat was there to meet us at our guesthouse, his tuk-tuk with it's little green cool box - full with ice cold water and even colder disposable wet wipes - at the ready. Phat could always suggest an itinerary for us, and was just a fountain of knowledge in general - after being driving his tuk-tuk around Angkor for 11 years, he knows the best times to visit each temple, the best photo spot, the quietest place. More than this, Phat is just a lovely person, considerate, paying great attention to detail and always trying to make things as easy as possible for us. The temples are stupendous, but the best times with Phat were when he was showing us 'real' life - taking us to visit his village, or to the local market. Angkor is great - driving around with Phat made it even more enjoyable. Visited November 2012
Email:carlabozon@hotmail.com
Ms.Carla Bozon-Philippines
Reviewed2013-02-05 02:31:45
This was our second visit to Angkor and our second time driving around with Phat. Travelling with a tuk-tuk is the best way to see Angkor - every morning Phat was there to meet us at our guesthouse, his tuk-tuk with it's little green cool box - full with ice cold water and even colder disposable wet wipes - at the ready. Phat could always suggest an itinerary for us, and was just a fountain of knowledge in general - after being driving his tuk-tuk around Angkor for 11 years, he knows the best times to visit each temple, the best photo spot, the quietest place. More than this, Phat is just a lovely person, considerate, paying great attention to detail and always trying to make things as easy as possible for us. The temples are stupendous, but the best times with Phat were when he was showing us 'real' life - taking us to visit his village, or to the local market. Angkor is great - driving around with Phat made it even more enjoyable. Visited November 2012
Email:carlabozon@hotmail.com
Cambodia Loca Tours & TransfersMr. Dave van Dalen & Sandra Visser-Netherlands
Reviewed2023-02-09 05:00:11
After reading a lot of positive stories on the internet and tripadvisor about mr. Sok Phat\'s \'\'cambodian taxidriver\'\' organisation, my girlfriend and I decided to book a view trips and transfers and we weren\'t dissapointed! In Siem Reap we went to the Temples (1 day with sunrise) and were accompanied by driver mr. Houn and tourguide mr. Vanna. All we can say about mr. Vanna is that he\'s one of the sweetest man we have ever met! He had loads of stories to tell, not only about the temples, but also about his past and the war, witch was fascinating to hear. Mr. Vanna knows so much about the temples that he's like a walking history book :-) and we've could have spent days listening to his stories if we would have had the time for it. Since the people of Cambodia don't make great amounts of money it's always nice to give people a tip and in this case driver Mr. Houn and tour guide Mr. Vanna They and specially Mr. Vanna definitely deserved it!! In Phnom Penh we did a tour to the killing fields, shooting range, Tuol Sleng prison and the Royal Palace with Mr. Sarath, and again we had a great day. Mr. Sarath has his own company (http://www.cambodiataxitour.com/), but works together with Mr. Path if tours are needed in Phnom Penh. Mr. Sarath will drive you all day around in Phnom Penh, wat ever you want. He is also a very nice guy and even invited us to come for dinner, but sadly we didnít have time. He is also very honest, he brings you to restaurants with no commission, so you donít pay to much, he just wants you to have a nice holiday! So this man deserved a big tip as well. We also arranged our transportation from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville with the help of Mr Phat, as well as other transfers to airports etc. Due to some miscommunication we missed our transfer, arranged by Mr. Phat, from Sihanouville to Phnom Penh Airport, but luckily there was another driver who could bring us. So everything went alright and there were no further problems. These things could happen and everything turned out all right. We hope that our recommendation will help to book even more clients, cause they did a great job and if we ever return to Cambodia we will surely give Mr Path a call! Mr. Phat can arrange all tours and transfers in whole Cambodia, he has his connections, so you donít have to look in each town for another company. They have excellent english speaking guides and drivers and the prices are very good and they wonít rip you off. (P.s., MR Phat: please give our best regards and a big hug to m.r Vanna and Mr. Sarath!). Best wishes Dave van Dalen & Sandra Visser form Holland Visited Frebruary - March
Email:d.van.dalen@hvl.nl
tour with Phat at Angkor WatSam Loew-Malaysia
Reviewed0000-00-00 00:00:00
Hi Phat, How are you? We are fine here. Just arrive back at Malaysia this morning. Thanks for your service for the 3 days at Siem Reap! Very good service! =) We will come back again in future ;) We also had a nice trip at Phnom Penh, but the mini bus to Phnom Penh is scarry because it is too fast! Where can I leave the good feedback for you? Thanks, Sam Visited May -2013
Email:sam.mcleow@gmail.com
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