Visa to Cambodia

Flag_of_CambodiaTourists and business people heading to Cambodia can apply for their visas online in advance. Cambodian e-visa is an official document produced by Cambodian government and is a valid visa that can be presented at the border crossing.

Basically, you have two choices: either you apply for your e-visa to Cambodia by yourself or you use our services. Yes, we do it for a small extra charge but in return you will get:

  • our pre-screen and check of your application so everything goes smoothly
  • additional security when paying through Paypal
  • reliability (i.e. you will  not get scammed and your debit card will not be exposed to a fraud)


Our price is 50 EUR all inclusive (visa fee and our service) and you will receive your visa within 3 working days.

Quick facts about E-visas to Cambodia

  • All nationalities are eligible for this type of visa except for: Afghanistan, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Sudan and Nigeria
  • Valid for 3 months from the issue date
  • Maximum duration of the stay is 30 days
  • E-visa can be extended for another 30 days in Cambodian National Police Immigration Department (address: No. 332, Russian Boulevard, Opposite of the Phnom Penh International Airport, Phnom Penh)
  • You can only enter Cambodia through these points of entry: Phnom Penh airport, Siem Reap airport, Cham Yeam (Thailland: Ban Hat Lek), Poi Pet (Thailand: Aranyaprathet), Bavet (Vietnam: Moc Bai). You can exit Cambodia anywhere you like.

How to apply

  1. Fill out and submit the application form. It will not take more than 15 minutes and it is very simple. Do not forget to have at hand your passport details and an official photo of you (min. resolution 400 x 600 px)
  2. After you submit the form, you will be redirected to Paypal for payment
  3. As soon as we receive funds from you we check your application and proceed accordingly
  4. You will receive your e-visa to Cambodia within 3 working days. Please print it out and present it to an immigration officer at Cambodian border crossing.