Posted by sgardam on 14/2/2008 at 02:35
I'm entering Cambodia twice in my trip - first through Vietnam and then through Thailand. Can I buy a multi entry visa at the border (most likely Kaam Samnor)? What does it cost?
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Posted by Lother on 14/2/2008 at 15:25
You'll need to buy a new visa the second time you enter. They're officially 20 $ a pop, though you might need to pay more at some border crossings. The only multientry visas are long-term business visas, which cost a lot more than two tourist visas anyway.
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Posted by somtam2000 on 14/2/2008 at 17:58 admin
No. You cannot buy a multiple entry visa at the border.
If you want multi-entry, you need to get a business visa (same process as tourist visa but it costs US$25) then once in Cambodia, you go to a travel agent and get it extended (either 6 months or a year) and endorsed as multi-entry. The cost is around US$150 for 6 months, $280 for a year.
So as Lother says, cheaper to get two seperate tourist visas.
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Posted by sgardam on 15/2/2008 at 05:40
Thanks so much for your help! This sight's been super useful as I plan my trip.
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Posted by kristinholdo on 9/3/2008 at 15:37
when you have obtained a business visa the fisrt time (USD25), a travel agency can also extend your business visa month by month.
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Posted by stickmansucks on 12/5/2015 at 08:27
Please can you confirm that rules are the same now?
To get 1 year multientry to Cambodia i just need to get an ordinary visa at Pp airport and extend it the same day in front of airport for $150 ? no documents or reasons asked ?
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