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Apply Visa On Arrival Online

Friday, January 15th, 2010

Check and validate your Visa application before travel to Cambodia. This new service is brought to you by evisaasia.com/cambodia-visa. It helps you to find the best way to apply your Travel Visa, the safer and quicker way! Plus, you get free travel guidebooks for both Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. Apply Now!

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Barbara’s Travelogue

Thursday, March 27th, 2008

Our friends Barbara was so excited to share with us her fresh-baked Travelogue! She has enjoyed her trip very much, and we share the excitement with her as we browse through her blog.

Ps, read our interview with Barbara

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We fell in love with the country

Tuesday, January 8th, 2008

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4 years ago I came to Cambodia for the first time with a friend and we both fell in love with the country and decided to buy a house. Finally we bought land in Siem-Reap and built a house on it. June 2006 my wife an I went to PP to buy some furniture for the house and because we had some time left, our driver who is also working for a orphanage, asked us if we wanted to visit his orphanage about 40km outside PP.

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First of all, I was most impressed on the speedy and uncomplicated delivery of my e-visa. You realize of course, that not everybody has a scanned passport photo or has it at hand when applying and does not necessarily want to give the credit card-number online!! These facts limit, unfortunately, the number of applications.

Upon my arrival at Phnom Penh airport, I passed immigration within 5 minutes, the immigration officer being fully aware and knowledgeable about e-visa procedures. With me, there were 3 more visitors who are using e-Visa as well. All other travelers of the plane stood in line at a special counter for their visa to be attributed.

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Shin, our e-Visa friend from Taiwan

Wednesday, December 26th, 2007

We mentioned before in our previous post, Shin, our e-Visa friend recently launched his new book to share his musical journey. He is kind enough to send us a copy of his recent work to us. We would like to say thank you for the book and also featuring e-Visa in it.

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Feedback received from one of our e-Visa travelers:

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I would like to compliment you on the great website you have created for visas. I had used it previously (Dec 06 or Jan 07), and have just completed the application for my upcoming trip. The site is very convenient, efficient and informative; your ‘turn around’ time is amazing.

Regards,
Rick

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Friends from Guam

Friday, December 7th, 2007

Traverlers of more than 150 countries use the Cambodia e-Visa services. What could have be better to work at the same time discover the beauties of other countries and their culture.

Last week, Tes from Guam sent us a suggestion and also share with us the experience of applying Visa online. Meanwhile, this is how we learn more about Guam as the sharing begins.

Making e-Visa a most friendly and easy visa application process!

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Apply Visa in Czech Language

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

Thanks to Dave Jaros for his amazing and impressive effort to translate the official Cambodia e-Visa website to Czech version (Čeština). What amaze us is, it took him just a day to complete this mission.

I hope this may have helped you in your aim to make your country even more accessible to those who are not that strong in official english and this may save Czechs and other people lots of hassle when applying for visa on the remote consulates (abroad only) or on arrival.

This country has a population of 10,5 million, located in central Europe surrounded by Germany, Austria, Poland and Slovakia (1918-1992 we have had a common state Czechoslovakia, which has been well known worlwide). The country is a member of EU and NATO. Lots of people do think we have been a part of Yugoslavia or Sowiet Union which is false. The majority of the population (90%) are Czechs, which is a Slavic nation – so we are somehow related to the most nations in the Eastern Europe since the 5th century AD, but are mostly influenced by the western nations for some 1500 years back, compared to i.e. Poland or Russia.

[Learn more about Czech Republic]

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The Story of Kampong Krabey

Thursday, October 25th, 2007

One of our e-Visa friends, Mr. Guy Demaison who is also the president of the AME D’Asie Association, a charity association lately travelled to a small village in Cambodia for charity service. They went to a village called The Kampong Krabey. It is an isolated village that can be reached within 4 hours by normal land transport from Phnom Penh, 2 hours by boat from Mekong, plus 1 hour walk. They don’t even have electricity or water in this village, and their cultivated land is flooded every year. This village has never received any help before. There are total of 260 children in Kampong Krabey and 56 of them are orphans. These children eat only once a day and they seek their nutritions mainly from water and various insects in the village. Everyday, they have to travel 2 hours by walking with their naked feet in order to get to the school. The school principal is only paid a meager 30Euros every two months. AME D’Asie Association feels the importance of their mission in this village. They decided distribute daily necessities to them such as clothes, rice, noodle, soy sauce, fish sauce, caster sauce, a pair of tongs, books, pens, as well as coloring pencils.

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Mr. Guy Demaison – during distribution

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Daily necessities ready for distribute

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During distribution

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The Kampong Krabey kids

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Kampong Krabey school

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Volunteer team

More from AME D’Asie Association

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e-Visa is a Great Service!

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

We have received a feedback from Suren on his recent trip to cambodia.

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e-Visa is great for the tourists who are visiting several countries in South East Asia. To get visa of all countries would take more than 4 weeks, as the passport has to be returned before we could apply for another visa.There is always a chance that one may not get the passport back by the departure time.

You have thought of a great service. You are far ahead of the thinking.There are other ways to counter the security issues. Great work. Every person and other countries get surprised that it is working for you.

Love it. Keep up the good work. We loved every bit of your country specially Angkor Wat. What a history and how wonderful people are. Unbelievable great service. We stayed at SpaPrince D’Angkor Hotel & Spa.

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e-Visa Friend from Korea

Thursday, September 13th, 2007

Dr. Kim Dong Joo from Korea is one among the e-Visa friends who help us with the translation. Dr. Kim who turns 54 this year is a dentist in Korea. Besides, he’s also an active traveler who traveled to more than 70 countries in the past twenty years. He used to share his travel experience with other Korean travelers through some travel articles in local newspaper and travel magazines. The famous Korean traveler was also invited by Living TV and KBS Radio for an interview on his travel experience.

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Read more on how Dr. Kim shares Cambodia e-Visa information with other Korean travelers

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In support of creating an e-Visa for as many people possible, we would like to reach out to as many languages. We have more than 100 volunteers participated in the most recent translation and would like to include the language of Turkish & Croatian too. We need these 2 languages as we believe it will [...]

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Link to Us

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007

Let your visitors know about this new service. Copy the following link according to your language and paste it on your website. Banner Size: 219 x 219 pixels Multi-language Copy the Multi-language banner code: <a href="http://www.welovecambodia.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.cambodiaevisa.com/wp-content/banner/5lang.gif" alt="Official e-Visa by Kingdom of Cambodia – Get your Tourist Visa through email in 3 days" border="0"></a> [...]

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We Need Your Language

Wednesday, March 28th, 2007

Here in Cambodia, we don’t speak all the languages. But we are truly aware that language is not just an expression, but the essence of understanding. And deep down in our heart, we really want to reach out and make as many people know about what we have to share. The official Cambodian e-Visa system [...]

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Download Cambodia e-Visa Wallpaper

Wednesday, January 17th, 2007

You can help us to promote the e-Visa online services to more people by displaying our wallpaper on your desktop. We would like to take this opportunity to thanks…

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