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The Cambodian Embassy has moved to the road which is a continuation of Ramkhamhaeng Soi 39 (Pracha Uthit?) just around the corner from the Laos Embassy. You will be asked for 1100 Baht for the tourist visa, or if you have US dollars its 25 while you wait or 20 for 2-3 working days.

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On a recent trip, the visa applications were handed out on the aircraft along with arrival/departure cards.

Just mark business visa in the appropriate place.

There is a counter with about 10 attendants ,just hand over the application/passport and cash ,wait at the right hand end of counter for 10 minutes and your in like Flynn

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On a recent trip, the visa applications were handed out on the aircraft along with arrival/departure cards.

Just mark business visa in the appropriate place.

There is a counter with about 10 attendants ,just hand over the application/passport and cash ,wait at the right hand end of counter for 10 minutes and your in like Flynn

Thanks ozzydom,theat's simple enough even for me to handle!I make make my 1st visa run to PP instead of making the visa run from Pattaya.

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Have you had good experience with E Visa Aussie? I personally haven't tried them. Isn't it just as easy to get a visa on arrival?

I would imagine its no easier as your still going to have to have it converted to sticker for passport at immigration anyway. And knowing the border crossings there will be maybe an unofficial "convert to sticker" fee. Can't see the point in it myself.

The e-visa got two advantages, 1. At some border crossings it can be hard to convince the officials that the visa is $20, with the e-visa that's not a problem and 2. it doesn't take up a page in your passport (no, there's no sticker).

// Johan

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List of Cambodian Embassies Abroad

Cambodian Embassy in Canberra, Australia

Embassy of Cambodia in Australia

No. 5 Canterbury Crescent

Deakin, ACT 2600,

Australia

Deakin Phone: 612 6273 1259

Fax: 61 2 6273 1053

Email:[email protected]

WebSite:www.embassyofcambodia.org.nz

Cambodian Embassy in Tasek Meradun JLN Tutong, Brunei

Embassy of Cambodia in Brunei

8 Simpang 845 KG Tasek Meradun

JLN Tutong, B.S.B

Brunei Darussalam

Tasek Meradun JLN Tutong Phone: (673)-2654 046

Fax: (673)-2650 646

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Beijing, China

Cambodian Embassy Beijing, PRC

9 Dong Zhi Men

Wai Dajie 100600,

Beijing, China Tel: (861) 65321889, 6532 3507

Fax: (861) 6532 3507

Email:[email protected]

General Consulate of Cambodia in Guang Zhou, China

General Consulate of Cambodia in China

Room 811, The Garden Hotel

Huan Shi Rd. E.,

Guangzhou, 5100064, China Phone: (8620)-8 387 9005,

Fax: (8620)-8 387 9006

Email:[email protected]

General Consulate of Cambodia in Hong Kong, China

General Consulate of Cambodia in China

Room No 3606 Singga

CC 144-151

Connaught Road West

Hong Kong, China Tel: (852) 2546 0718, 2362 3656

Fax: (852) 2803 0570

Email:[email protected]

General Consulate of Cambodia in Shanghai, China

General Consulate of Cambodia in China

Huasheng Commercial Bldg

9th floor, Hankou Road 400

Shanghai, China Tel:(8621) 63 611 437/668

Fax: (8621) 63 600 949

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Havana, CUBA, Cuba

Embassy of Cambodia in Cuba ( Havana)

No. 7001Sta

AV. ESQ70 Miramar, Havana, CUBA

Havana, CUBA Phone: 537 241 495 to 496

Fax: 537 246 400

Email: [email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Paris, France (Paris)

Embassy of Cambodia in Paris, France

4 Rue Adolphe Yvon

75116 Paris

Paris Phone: 331 45 034720

Fax: 331 45 034740

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Berlin, Germany

Embassy of Cambodia in Germany

Benjamin-Vogelsdorf Str.2

13187 Berlin, Germany

Berlin Phone: 4930-4863 7901

Fax: 4930-4863 7972

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in New Delhi, India

Embassy of Cambodia in India

N-14 Panscheel Park,

New Delhi 110017, India

New Delhi Phone: (91-11) 649 5091/92

Fax: (91-11) 649 5093

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia

Embassy of Cambodia in Indonesia

4th Floor, Panin Bank Plaza JL

52 Palmera Utara Jakarta 11480,

Indonesia

Jakarta Phone: (6221) 919 2895

Fax: (6221) 520 2673

Email:[email protected] or [email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan

Embassy of Cambodia in Tokyo (Japan)

8.6.9, Akasaka, Minato - Ku

Tokyo 1070052, Japan

Tokyo Phone: (81-3) 5412 8521/8522/8524

Fax: (81-3) 5412 8526

Email:[email protected]

Cambodiain Embassy in Pyong Yang, North Korea

Embassy of Cambodia in North Korea

Rue de l'universite commune

Mounsou Arrondissement Daedongang

Pyong Yang, Korea(North) Tel: (850 ) 381 7283

Fax: (850 ) 381 7625

Cambodian Embassy in Seoul, Korea (South)

Embassy of Cambodia in Korea

653-8 Hamarss Dong,

Yongsan Gu,

Seoul, Korea

Seoul Phone: (822)-3785 1041

Fax: (822)-3785 1040

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Vientiane, Laos

Embassy of Cambodia in Laos (Vientiane)

Thadeua Road

KM2 Vientiane

B.P.34 Lao

Vientiane Phone: (8562) 131 4950/4952

Fax: (8562) 131 4951

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia

Embassy of Cambodia in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

83/JKR 2809 Lingkungan U -Thant

55000 Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur Phone: (603) 4257 1150

Fax: (603) 4257 1157

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Yangon, Myanmar

Embassy of Cambodia in Myanmar

No.34 Kada Aye Pagoda Road

Bahan Township,Yangon

Yangon Phone: (951) 546 156

Fax: (951) 546 156

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Makati City, Philippines

Embassy of Cambodia in the Republic of the Philippines

Unit 7A-B, Country Space 1 Building

Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue

1200 Makati City,

MM, Philippines

Makati City Phone: (632)818 9981 or 810 1896 or 819 5928

Fax: (632) 818 9983

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Moscow, Russian Federation

Embassy of Cambodia in Russian Federation

Starokopuchenny Per 16

121002 Moscow, Russia Tel: (7095) 202 7668/2115/3925/2234

Fax: (7503) 956 65 73

Cambodian Embassy in Gateway East Singapore , Singapore

Embassy of Cambodia in Singapore

152 Beach Road #11 - 05 Gateway East

Singapore 189721, Singapore

Gateway East Singapore Phone: (65) 299 3028/3828

Fax: (65) 299 3622

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Geneva, Switzerland, Switzerland

Embassy of Cambodia in Switzerland (Geneva)

Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Cambodia. N° 3, chemin Taverney, P.O. Box 213,1218 Grand Saconnex, Geneva, Switzerland

Phone: + 41 22 788 77 73

Fax: + 41 22 788 77 74

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Bangkok , Thailand WRONG!!!

Embassy of Cambodia in Thailand (Bangkok)

No. 185 Rajddamri Road

Lumpini Patumwan, Bangkok 10330

Bangkok, Thailand Phone: (662) 2 546630

Fax: (662) 253 9859

Email:[email protected]

General Consulate of Cambodia in Sa Kaew , Thailand

General Consulate of Cambodia in Thailand (Sa Kaew)

No. 666, Sovanasone Road

Ampheu Meung Sa Kaew 27000

Sa Kaew Province, Thailand Phone: (037) 421 734/735

Fax: (037) 421 736

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Washington, United States

Embassy of Cambodia in U.S.A (State of Washington)

1818 Westlake Avenue N.,

Suit #315, Seattle, WA 98109, U.S.A

Washington Phone: (206) 217-0830

Fax: (206) 361-7888

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Washington , United States

Embassy of Cambodia in Washington D.C.

4500 16th Street NW

Washington D.C. 20011,

U.S.A.

Washington

Phone: (202) 726 8042 or 726 8064 or 291 2745

Fax: (202) 7268381

Website:www.embassy.org/cambodia

Cambodian Embassy in New York, United States

Embassy of Cambodia in U.S.A (New York)

866 UN Plaza, Suite 420

New York, NY 10017, USA

New York Phone: 212 223 0676

Fax: (212) 2230425

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in California, United States

Embassy of Cambodia in U.S.A (State of California)

422 Ord Street, Suite G,

Los Angeles, CA 90012, U.S.A

California Phone: (213) 625 7777

Fax: (213) 625-7766

Email:[email protected]

Cambodian Embassy in Hanoi, Vietnam

Embassy of Cambodia in Vietnam

No 71 A Tran Hung Dao Street

Hanoi, S.R. Vietnam

Hanoi Phone: (844) 942 4789

Fax: (844) 942 3225

Email:[email protected]

General Consulate of Cambodia in Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City)

No 41 Phung Khac Khoan

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Phone: (848) 829 2751

Fax: (848) 829 2744

Email:[email protected]

Both lists above acquired from:

http://www.cambodia.gov.kh/

The Cambodian Embassy in Bangkok moved 2 years ago and still have not updated their site. it's here

518 Pracha Uithid Road ( on the corner across the road from Family Mart and a motor cycle taxi stop )

Wnag Tong Long

Phone: 02 957 5851

Get the MTR to Huia Kwang, get a taxi or motorcyle taxi. Regular taxi takes 30 min, motorcyc;e taxis takes 5 to 10 min. Both cost 50B.

You tell the gateman you want a Visa. Go in fill out the forms, they don't worry if you can't fill in all the info. You wait 30 min and you have your Visa.

Business Visa 3 months is USD$35, they'll gety more out of you by telling you it's 1600B, just smile and say,"$35 dollars, OK." Same scam as at the borders. Love 'ém.

Embassy staff are very friendly.

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Cheers for that,just the sort of info i was looking for.I totally agree with your points.For people without a thai wife,i dont think the anxiety of not knowing whether you can stay,& so plan long time makes it worth staying.

I went to cambodge for a months travel on my own in 2003 so maybe a fair bits changed.I think i had one of the hardest journeys in the back of a pick up truck with 15 others,from stung treng to kratie.I was so bad it was good.

A few more questions;

Considering i would be taking my asian girlfreind with me,is it fairly safe?(I have the slightest of feelings that i'm irresponsible taking her there as she says up to you to everything i say :o )

If i wanted to rent a cheap apartment monthly where would you recommend with good internet access,& what sort of price for a one room with attached bathroom?

What personal internet options do i have,with reliability?

Cheers again

Apartments do not usualy come with internet access , but there are so many internet cafes around that should be no problem for you . I have a 2 room apartment with good sized balcony , everything included , furniture , cable TV , cooking facilities , large fridge etc , have to supply your own cooking utensils , pots , pans etc , good sized toilet in room(that works) . Rent is $120.00 a month plus electric , water , cable and cooking gas , comes out at about $45.00 a month , i have my own old computer in the room , have a reliable ISP , rent a phone , $8.00 a month and never get bothered by any-one .

With the no-hastle visa and friendly people , Cambodia living is a breeze compared to Thailand , never been approached by police , never confronted by local drunks , ex-pats are friendly , you can start your own buisiness , become a resident in 5 years , own property , sit back and relax .

I live over the river on the opposite side of PP andf love it but rent is a bit more. $450/month includes internet ( a $75 value) maid service 2 times a week and a balcony overlooking the Toule Sap river.

I have seen in town what under $200 gets ya and i would not stay there. They are all the same, one living room with the bedroom in the middle and no window to the outside ( only to the living room) and a balcony overlooking the street. bathroom and kitchen sometimes outside ur apt . Expect to pay upwards of $300 for one in the riverside area.

Electric ranges from 720 riel/kwh ( offical rate) $.18/hour up to 1,500 riel ( thailand is 3,5 baht/ or $.10/hour). Internet where u nee dot work with runs an average of $50-200/month and is not as reliable as u will get in Thailand.

Food in most western areas is $4-6/dish Cambodian places u can get a good meat and rice dish for $1.0 and Soriya has a food court where dishes average $1.50

I have met many westerns here that have thai wifes and g/f's and there is no toruble although all miss home.

Land ownership is same as Thailand and u CANNOT own land. They are juts starting to alloowing Barangs to own condos but there are very few of those to be had.

PLenty safe but dont walk around late at night or ride ur motobike in dark areas as there are LOADS of Cambodians that ride around and steal ladies bags and such. The traffic has to be seen to be believed!!

ALSO BE AWARE there have been more than few recent OD's recently from westerns thinking they are buying coke when in fact is pretty strong H so stay away from that and stick with the easily obtained grass

Edited by phuketrichard

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Cheers for that,just the sort of info i was looking for.I totally agree with your points.For people without a thai wife,i dont think the anxiety of not knowing whether you can stay,& so plan long time makes it worth staying.

I went to cambodge for a months travel on my own in 2003 so maybe a fair bits changed.I think i had one of the hardest journeys in the back of a pick up truck with 15 others,from stung treng to kratie.I was so bad it was good.

A few more questions;

Considering i would be taking my asian girlfreind with me,is it fairly safe?(I have the slightest of feelings that i'm irresponsible taking her there as she says up to you to everything i say :o )

If i wanted to rent a cheap apartment monthly where would you recommend with good internet access,& what sort of price for a one room with attached bathroom?

What personal internet options do i have,with reliability?

Cheers again

Apartments do not usualy come with internet access , but there are so many internet cafes around that should be no problem for you . I have a 2 room apartment with good sized balcony , everything included , furniture , cable TV , cooking facilities , large fridge etc , have to supply your own cooking utensils , pots , pans etc , good sized toilet in room(that works) . Rent is $120.00 a month plus electric , water , cable and cooking gas , comes out at about $45.00 a month , i have my own old computer in the room , have a reliable ISP , rent a phone , $8.00 a month and never get bothered by any-one .

With the no-hastle visa and friendly people , Cambodia living is a breeze compared to Thailand , never been approached by police , never confronted by local drunks , ex-pats are friendly , you can start your own buisiness , become a resident in 5 years , own property , sit back and relax .

I live over the river on the opposite side of PP andf love it but rent is a bit more. $450/month includes internet ( a $75 value) maid service 2 times a week and a balcony overlooking the Toule Sap river.

I have seen in town what under $200 gets ya and i would not stay there. They are all the same, one living room with the bedroom in the middle and no window to the outside ( only to the living room) and a balcony overlooking the street. bathroom and kitchen sometimes outside ur apt . Expect to pay upwards of $300 for one in the riverside area.

Electric ranges from 720 riel/kwh ( offical rate) $.18/hour up to 1,500 riel ( thailand is 3,5 baht/ or $.10/hour). Internet where u nee dot work with runs an average of $50-200/month and is not as reliable as u will get in Thailand.

Food in most western areas is $4-6/dish Cambodian places u can get a good meat and rice dish for $1.0 and Soriya has a food court where dishes average $1.50

I have met many westerns here that have thai wifes and g/f's and there is no toruble although all miss home.

Land ownership is same as Thailand and u CANNOT own land. They are juts starting to alloowing Barangs to own condos but there are very few of those to be had.

PLenty safe but dont walk around late at night or ride ur motobike in dark areas as there are LOADS of Cambodians that ride around and steal ladies bags and such. The traffic has to be seen to be believed!!

ALSO BE AWARE there have been more than few recent OD's recently from westerns thinking they are buying coke when in fact is pretty strong H so stay away from that and stick with the easily obtained grass

I beg to differ , my $120.00 apartment has a window in the bedroom , two windows in the living/kitchen area , the balconey does not overlook the street , the bathroom is a decent size inside , my internet has given me practically no glitches in three years , I have a full size 2 door fridge , nothing that is broken/does not work , have a problem , fixed same day . This is not easy to find I will admit , but for $2/250.00 you can get practically the same quality . I have village property in my name .

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Let's try and stay on the topic of visas, since this is a pinned topic. Further posts on rent will be deleted. Start a new thread :)

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I applied for an e-visa for my wife and I at 7.30 am yesterday. I received both within 4 hours.

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http://evisa.mfaic.gov.kh/e-visa/vindex.aspx

Was this the site that you got your e-visa from?

and i guess there were no problems with your credit card?

There just seems a lot of chat on other forums but not any real

feedback about the new web site. thanx

Yes, this was the site that I used.

Also NO problems at all with using my credit card.

Edited by Shrubbery

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Just got my visa,same as it always was and arrived in my inbox 6 hours later.

though i had to use my windows computer, was a problem with linux though

I could have sorted it but couldn't be arsed.

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Still a little unclear for me, can I get a visa on arrival at PP airport when arriving from Thailand? I am finnish citizen and my other half is British. Only going to Cambodia for a week's holiday. Flying in but travelling out overlands. E-visa out of question.

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yes you get a visa on arrival no problem you need $20 us and 2 passport photos.

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