Archive for the 'Visas' Category

Jun 13 2011

How to get a visa for Burma in Phnom Penh

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Recently Aung San Suu Kyi’s opposition party, the National League for Democracy, said that they would begin to support responsible individual tourism, ending their years-long opposition to visitors in Burma (Myanmar). And now that Myanmar Airways International flies from Siem Reap to Rangoon every Wednesday and Saturday, Cambodia is an easy gateway to Burma. Since … read the full post

Jun 02 2011

Getting a visa for Laos in Phnom Penh

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With direct flights going from Phnom Penh to Vientiane on Lao Airlines (code-shared with Vietnam Airlines), you can go directly to Laos by air or by land. For many, there’s the option of getting a visa on arrival at Vientiane’s Wattay international airport or at the Veun Kham/Dom Kralor crossing, but if you’d prefer to … read the full post

May 02 2011

How to get an Indian visa in Phnom Penh

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If you’ll be travelling to India via Cambodia, you’ll probably need to organise a visa in advance. Although notoriously annoying, you can arrange your visa at the Indian Embassy in Phnom Penh fairly easily. (Cambodians as well as citizens of Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, Finland, Japan, Luxembourg, New Zealand and Singapore can get a visa on … read the full post

Apr 06 2011

How to get a Vietnamese visa in Phnom Penh

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Getting a visa for Vietnam while in Phnom Penh is no problem, and in fact, is probably cheaper than in your home country. The cost of visas for Vietnam vary embassy by embassy, but are almost always cheaper to get in Asia, and particularly in Cambodia. Citizens of most Western countries need to obtain a … read the full post

Mar 30 2011

How to get an Indonesian visa in Phnom Penh

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For most people, getting a visa for Indonesia is relatively straightforward and can be done at the airport. Sixty-four nationalities are eligible for a visa on arrival — a 30-day visa costs $25. Just bring proof of onward travel with you when you arrive. The 30-day visa can be extended for an additional 30 days … read the full post

Feb 27 2011

How to get a Thai visa in Phnom Penh

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If you’re looking to visit Thailand, you may be eligible for a free 30-day visit. Nationals of 42 countries entering Thailand by air are granted a 30-day stay and those crossing by land are granted a 14-day stay. If that’s not enough time for you, you can apply for a 60-day tourist visa before entering … read the full post

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