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For the next coming months, I will have to visit Phnom Penh for 2/3 days on a monthly basis.

I am residing in Thailand on a multi Non-O and applying for a visa on arrival, each time that I am going to Cambodia, is not only time consuming but passport pages as well...

Do I have any better option?!?

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Cheapest is as u know VOA $30

they offer a E-visa online for Cambodia,

https://www.evisa.gov.kh/

costs $40 ( $30 +$7 service charge $3 cc fee) and its only a stamp in an out not the full page sticker

Or u can apply for a business visa on arrival $35

and than extend it for 6 months as that is for multiple entries ( about $160)

they offer a 3 month BUT its not multi entry

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Cheapest is as u know VOA $30

they offer a E-visa online for Cambodia,

https://www.evisa.gov.kh/

costs $40 ( $30 +$7 service charge $3 cc fee) and its only a stamp in an out not the full page sticker

Or u can apply for a business visa on arrival $35

and than extend it for 6 months as that is for multiple entries ( about $160)

they offer a 3 month BUT its not multi entry

Apply for a B-visa about 285 USD and you can come and go as much as you like for 12 months. Do this through an agent in PP or SR as the Thai Embassy is as friendly as a rattle snake to farangs.

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what are u on about Khwai?
he is asking about a visa for Cambodia

I am residing in Thailand on a multi Non-O

NOT Thailand ( or at least i read he has a 1 year O for Thailand)

PLUS the Thai embassy in PP will NOT issue a multi entry b visa, they will ONLY issue a single entry and than tell u to get an extension in country, ( I checked)

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what are u on about Khwai?

he is asking about a visa for Cambodia

I am residing in Thailand on a multi Non-O

NOT Thailand ( or at least i read he has a 1 year O for Thailand)

PLUS the Thai embassy in PP will NOT issue a multi entry b visa, they will ONLY issue a single entry and than tell u to get an extension in country, ( I checked)

Thanks Richard...

As you mentioned previously, I will opt for a biz visa on next arrival and 6 months multi-entries extension thenafter.

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what are u on about Khwai?

he is asking about a visa for Cambodia

I am residing in Thailand on a multi Non-O

NOT Thailand ( or at least i read he has a 1 year O for Thailand)

PLUS the Thai embassy in PP will NOT issue a multi entry b visa, they will ONLY issue a single entry and than tell u to get an extension in country, ( I checked)

Good point, besides of course the Thai embassy in PP would be "about as friendly as a rattle snake" if you asked them to do a Cambodian visa extension for you. The Thais can only issue their visas, that's it.

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what are u on about Khwai?

he is asking about a visa for Cambodia

I am residing in Thailand on a multi Non-O

NOT Thailand ( or at least i read he has a 1 year O for Thailand)

PLUS the Thai embassy in PP will NOT issue a multi entry b visa, they will ONLY issue a single entry and than tell u to get an extension in country, ( I checked)

For got to put my glasses oncheesy.gif but that snake is still out there.w00t.gif

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On 3/10/2015 at 9:24 AM, khwaibah said:

Apply for a B-visa about 285 USD and you can come and go as much as you like for 12 months. Do this through an agent in PP or SR as the Thai Embassy is as friendly as a rattle snake to farangs.

 

More difficult to extend now it seems...

 

 

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Not hard to extend if you are employed and ave a work permit. But the days of being able to get one without being employed -- or of being able to work without a work permit -- are over.

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3 hours ago, Sheryl said:

 

Not hard to extend if you are employed and ave a work permit. But the days of being able to get one without being employed -- or of being able to work without a work permit -- are over.

 

I think like most people who lived long time in Cambodia you do not see the truth anymore.

 

Of course things are changing, but it is still so easy to cheat the system, or do you think that all the poor low so foreigners who live there could still be in Cambodia now ?

 

Cambodia will empty quickly if it becomes as difficult as Thailand, so I am sure that it's not going to happen shortly.

 

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, grkt said:

 

This is why they need foreigners it seems.

 

 

for what?
they have the Chinese,

dont need white guys at all

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