– Siem Reap and Phnom Penh
Application for a tourist visa requires:
* A completed visa application form
* A Passport with at least 4 months validity
* One recent photograph (4×6 cm)
* Appropriate visa fee (US$25)
* Important: In order to be admitted into the country, tourists may need to demonstrate that they have sufficient funds for their stay and a return ticket.
Visas can be issued upon arrival at the border checkpoints into Cambodia.
1 – O’smach (Oddar Meanchay Province)
2 – Poipet (Beantey MeanChay Province)
3 – Prom (Pailin City)
4 – Daung (Battambang Province)
5 – Chorm (Oddormeanchey)
6 – Cham Yeam (Koh Kong Province)
1 – Bavet (Svay Rieng Province)
2 – Kaom Samnor(Kandal Province)
3 – Phnom Den(Takeo Province)
4 – Trapaing Sre(Kratie Province)
5 – Tropaing Phlong (Kampong Cham Province)
PDR: Dong Kralor( Steung Treng Province).
All businesses use the US$ or Riel. The USD is pegged at about KHR4000. We always bring from USD500-1000 to Cambodia in a mix of $50 and $100. (make sure the are crisp and no older than 2008) When you pay a bill in US$ you will get change in a mix of US$ and Riel. (there are no coins) Use your bank card all over Asia at ATMs. The ANZ Bank ATM will spit out either Riel or US$ your choice. Do not change money inside normal banks, they have very weird rates.
Don’t brush your teeth with tap water anywhere… keep your mouth closed in the shower… no crushed ice in drinks… you can normally trust ice with a hole as purified water.
Drink more water than you think you need.