How to apply e-Visa for Cambodia

Here’s a general outline of the process:
  1. Visit the Official Website: Go to the official e-visa website for Cambodia, which is usually “” Check if the website is still active or if there have been any changes to the application process.
  2. Create an Account: You may need to create an account on the website to start the application process. Follow the instructions to provide your personal information, including your name, passport details, and contact information.
  3. Fill Out the Application: Complete the online visa application form. Make sure to enter accurate information, as any discrepancies could lead to delays or visa denials. You will also be required to upload a passport-size photo of yourself, so have a digital copy ready.
  4. Pay the Visa Fee: Cambodia e-visa applications usually require a fee payment. Check the current fee on the official website and make the payment using the available payment methods. Be prepared to provide payment details, such as credit card information.
  5. Receive Confirmation: After submitting your application and payment, you should receive an email confirmation with a reference number. Keep this reference number handy, as you’ll need it to check your visa status later.
  6. Wait for Approval: Processing times can vary, but e-visa applications are typically processed within a few business days. You can check the status of your application on the official website using your reference number.
  7. Download the E-Visa: Once your e-visa is approved, you will receive an email notification with a link to download the e-visa. Download and print a copy of your e-visa to carry with you during your travels.
  8. Entry into Cambodia: Present your printed e-visa to the Cambodian immigration authorities when you arrive at the airport or land border crossing in Cambodia. Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended stay, and you have a return ticket.
  9. Duration of Stay: E-visas for Cambodia typically allow for a stay of up to 30 days, with the option to extend for an additional 30 days while in Cambodia.
  10. Compliance: Ensure that you abide by the visa regulations during your stay in Cambodia. Overstaying your visa or violating other immigration rules can lead to fines, detention, or deportation.