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How to get a visa for Cambodia?

To enter Cambodia, you’ll need a valid passport and a Cambodian visa. Tourist and business visas in Cambodia are valid for one month from the day of entrance. Tourists can get a Cambodian visa at all main border crossings, as well as at airports in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

The Khmer people live in the Kingdom of Cambodia, a Southeast Asian nation bordering Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. When the bustle of city life becomes too loud, you may explore the welcoming rural areas, which are home to beautiful historic temples, a distinct culture, and other attractions. But do Indians require a visa in order to enter this stunning nation? If so, how are you going to obtain a visa?

How to get a visa for Cambodia?

To apply for a visa, follow these steps:

Step 1

Apply for a visa and go through the pre-screening process. (A valid email address and mobile number are required). Allow 2-3 working days for a response from the Visa Office through email. Wait for a confirmation email after you’ve submitted all the essential papers digitally.

Step 2

For visa type E and C applicants, you can mail your visa application via UPS/FedEx (preferred). Or submit it in person by arranging an appointment via email or phone call. You may do after receiving the confirmation email from consular.camemb.usa@gmail.com. You can skip STEP 1 and mail or send off your application instead, as long as you complete the procedures.


9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. / 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (EST), Monday to Friday

NUMBER OF CONTACTS:  202-726 7742 202-997 7031 (Khmer)

FAX NUMBER: 202-726-8381 202-726-8381 202-726-8381

The entry points to get Arrival Visa


  • Phnom Penh International Airport
  • Siem Reap International Airport

Cambodia-Vietnam border

  • Bavet International Check Point (Svay Rieng Province) / Moc Bai,  Tay Ninh, Vietnam
  • Kha Orm Sam Nor International Check Point (Kandal Province). / Ving Xuong, An Giang, Vietnam (“Chau Doc crossing”)
  • Tropieng Phlong International Check Point (Kampong Cham Province) / Xa Mat, Vietnam
  • Banteay Chakrey International Border Check Point (Prey Veng Province)
  • Samrong International Check Point (Svay Rieng Province)

Fees for Visa

Fee for a single entry tourist visa (T) (30 days): US$ 30 Fee for a single entry business visa (E) (30 days): US$ 35

How to extend the visa?

Visa extensions are available at the Immigration Department for both tourist- business visas. The Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs can extend diplomatic visas. A tourist visa can only be extended once, for a largest of one month (single entry).

A business visa can be renewed for the following reasons

  • For a month (Single entry)
  • a period of three months (Single entry)
  • a period of six months (Many entries)
  • One year (Many entries)
  • Overstayers will face a daily fee of US$ ten.



9:00 am – 12:00 pm / 1:00 – 4:00 pm (Eastern Time)

  • Monday to Friday


  • 202-726 7742


  • camemb.usa@mfaic.gov.kh (Official Business and Public Relations)
  • consular.camemb.usa@gmail.com (Visa concerns)


  • 4530 16th Street N.W. Washington D.C. 20011
  • The entrance is on Buchanan St. NW cornered with 16th St. NW.


  • Parking limited to residential parking on Buchanan Street


  • Columbia Heights (Green or Yellow Line)


  • Take S9 (Express)S1, S2, S4 (16th Street route)
  • Bus stops at BUCHANAN STREET


  • The embassy is now open for walk-in visa application/s between 10:00 am – 12:00 in and 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm, Monday to Friday only.
  • Make sure you already filled out the visa application form/s. And completed the visa requirements to avoid delay. Kindly check their respective visa requirements.​
  • For State walk-ins, we recommend setting an appointment and clicking the link below. Walk-in appointment to the Embassy (Washington D.C.)

Send it via mail

BUSINESS (Type-E) Visa

  • Single-entry visa
  • 3-month validity
  • Only 30-day allowable stay
  • Sticker visa (Not electronic)
  • Renewable after entry at ​Cambodian Immigration Department
  • It is not refundable or transferable.


  • Those who have accepted an employment offer from Cambodia
  • Those who have received an invitation from a registered company/organization in Cambodia
  • Those who are being sent to Cambodia for business purposes by a registered company in the US.

TOURIST (Type-T) Visa

  • Single-entry visa
  • 3-month validity
  • Only 30-day allowable stay
  • Sticker visa (Not electronic)
  • Renewable for another 30 days after entry at Cambodian Immigration Department
  • It is not refundable or transferable.


General travelers (Tourism purposes)

COURTESY (Type-C) Visa

  • Single-entry visa
  • 3-month validity
  • 3-month allowable stay​
  • Sticker visa (Not electronic)
  • Renewable after entry at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs 


  • Those who have accepted an employment/volunteering work offer in Cambodia
  • Those who have received an invitation from a registered organization. And that has a valid MoU with the Cambodian government 
  • The cover image is somewhere in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Photo by John Kann on Unsplash

Who needs a visa for Cambodia?

The majority of international visitors, including newborns and children, will require a visa (the price is the same as for adults). You can enter Cambodia without a visa for up to 30 days if you are from an ASEAN nation and have a passport from Brunei, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, or Vietnam. The length of time depends on the nation.

You must apply for a visa in advance at the nearest Cambodian embassy in your home country if you are from Afghanistan, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, or Sudan, according to official guidelines (although all but citizens of Nigeria can apply online for an e-visa a minimum of 20 working days in advance). The criteria for obtaining a visa are far more onerous for nationals of these nations. You will require a return ticket as well as a sponsor letter or letter of invitation from a company or group, at the very least. Be warned that many visas for Cambodia are actually rejected upon arrival, despite the fact that citizens of African nations are officially qualified.


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