Cambodia e-Visa

e-Visa Details
Visa type
Multiple entries
Service fee
Visa fees
Duration: 30 Days
Multiple entries: No
Service fee: 29 USD
Visa fees: 36 USD

How to get eVisa for Cambodia

Complete online application

Prepare your passport and fill out our simple online application form in less than 5 minutes.

Receive your travel visa

You'll get the document on your email in a couple of days. No need to go anywhere!

Start your journey

Get ready to go! Print the document we send you and show it with your passport upon arrival.

Cambodia eVisa Requirements

To apply and receive approved Cambodia Visa, prepare following documents:

- passport (number and photo)
- personal photo
- email to receive the documents
- payment card to pay the visa fees

If you are missing any of the documents or details, your application will be saved so you can complete it later.

Cambodia Visa is online visa, so the application form and approved document are handled online. Cambodia Visa application on Visagov is also simplified, it's made to minimize the chance of mistake and takes only 5 minutes to complete.

Please, print the approved document and confirmation before your trip.
Application for online e-Visa for Cambodia

Check your eligibility

Do you need e-Visa for Cambodia?
Use our visa checker to find out if you match with the requirements.
Yes, you are eligible for e-Visa Cambodia!
You cannot apply for e-Visa.
We are sorry, you have to apply at the embassy.

eVisa for Cambodia: More information

Almost every country requires foreigners to have valid visa or travel authorization before entering the country. Fortunately, citizens of selected countries can apply for easy-to-get Cambodia eVisa. It allows one entry or 30 days to tourists and business travelers. If you are not citizen of one of the eligible countries, or plan to work or study, you still need to apply for the offline visa at the embassy.

Please note that every government reserves the right to deny the entry into the country despite having approved visa. Each traveler will be processed individually upon their arrival by the immigration officer at the airport, port or border. However, this occurs mostly due to the fact the person poses a threat to security or national interests.