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BANGKOK 21 July 2019 06:54
dddave

Cambodia entry for Thais: Photo needed?

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Flying to Siem Reap with two Thais in a few days.  I know Thais get 2 weeks visa free entry but do they still need to present visa photos for whatever entry form may be required?

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I believe the picture is for the Tourist visa form (Cambodia) only and thus Thais don't need a picture, but we foreigners do. Thais only need to fill-in the Cambodian equivalent of the TM.6 form (arrival and departure card) and the departure slip will be attached to their passport. They also (upon arrival in Cambodia) only get a ENTRY stamp and NO Visa Sticker in their passport (just checked my wife's passport and NO Cambodian Visa Stickers only Entry and Exit Stamps)

 

The Chong Chom Border (border Thai-Cambodia near Surin) you get away (as a Foreigner) without having a picture for the Cambodia Tourist Visa Form but they will ask you for 200 THB 😉

 

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Edited by MJCM

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No form is involved (other than arrival card) and no need for pix assuming they will not stay longer than 2 weeks.

 

It is a visa exempt entry and they are just stamped in.

 

moved to Cambodia visa sub-forum

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Thanks for both replies.  Exactly the info I needed.

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