Cambodia travel is much more than just Angkor Wat! Friendly locals, a fascinating and sad history, beautiful deserted sandy beaches to real party strongholds in Sihanoukville and dreamlike island worlds at Koh Rong.
|Visa requirements||Entry is possible for German citizens with the following documents:|
Temporary passport: Yes
Identity card: No
Temporary identity card: No
Children's passport: Yes
Notes/Minimum Residual Validity:
Travel documents must be valid for at least six months at the time of entry.
According to the Immigration Department, visitors to Siem Reap (Angkor Wat temple complex) are required to stay at least one night in Cambodia. Therefore, a day trip to Siem Reap (Angkor Wat) from a third country, e.g. Thailand, is not possible.
German citizens need a visa to enter Cambodia.
Visa before entry
The application for a visa before entry is made at a Cambodian mission abroad, e.g. the Cambodian embassy in Berlin.
The validity period of three months indicated on a pre-entry visa is the period of use. Entry must be within this period, and the duration of authorized stay is 30 days from the date of entry. It is determined by the border official upon entry.
Online Visa (E-Visa)
E-visas can be applied for again.
Category T visa (tourism) can be applied for online as an e-visa. However, it can be used at a limited number of border crossings. The application should be submitted at least two weeks before the planned start of the trip, the payment of the visa fee is possible by bank or credit card, Paypal or bank transfer.
Visa on arrival
Obtaining a visa on arrival is possible for category T (tourism) and E (business) visas for a fee. The visa is generally issued only for a single entry or exit.
Upon entry, an entry/exit form must be used, which also serves as an application for a visa "on arrival".
|Currency used||Cambodian riel|