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The following Visa guide applies to Tourist Visas only, and not Business or Diplomatic Visas. The guide is applicable to American citizens, holders of passports issued in the United States and those born in the US. 1. No Advance Planning Some countries will grant you a tourist visa automatically upon arrival, and there’s no need [...]

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Visa-on-arrival has been granted since last month at two main international airports of Yangon and Mandalay to facilitate world tourists who were previously required to apply for the entry by transiting through Singapore and Thailand where Myanmar embassies are based. According to the official statistics, tourists arrivals in Myanmar hit 227,400 in the calendar year [...]

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Tips for Online Visas

Monday, July 5th, 2010

Picture this scenario, you see a blank page on your computer, you press ‘next�and it takes forever to load. What’s up? If this happens to you while you’re in the process of applying for an online Visa, make sure that you’re not uploading an image that’s not too big in size. Resize your picture [...]

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The Evils of New e-Visa Provider

Sunday, June 7th, 2009

To all travelers to Cambodia, do your part to punish the evils! e-Visa project was first launched in year 2006. The original Team is a web design company in Malaysia, who also donated funds to build schools in Cambodia. The team worked hard day and night to improve, to fund, to market and to support [...]

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What They Said About Cambodia e-Visa?

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

Since the Cambodia e-Visa system involved in infringement, Cambodia e-Visa Blog received many negative comments regarding the current system. Among them complained not able to make payment, do not receive e-Visa after payment made or received e-Visa with wrong details.

See what are they complaining about the current Cambodia e-Visa system below.

I am a travel agent staff. I applied the Cambodia E-VISA for my clients on line. First time, I filled up the application for 5 people and wait for payment. But the Web didn’t work. So, I proceed open another new Web to apply an other 5-people. (I have 20 VISAs need to apply) After i finished and checked the info, It showed correct, so I payed. But when I check the aprroved VISA’s details, I find that the approved visa’s details are confused with that i filled up on the first time. That is say. the approved VISA’s details are all wrong(include the photo,name, passport No.etc). and i payed.

Hello! Me and my friends are visiting Cambodia next week! I got my e-visa few weeks ago, but my friends did´nt! Someone is charged my credit card already (I applied all visas)! What I have to do to get visas or get money back???

I am in Ningbo,China. I want to apply Cambodia E visa, but can not login your website http://evisa.mfaic.gov.kh, kindly help!

Besides, the news on Cambodia e-Visa system infringement can also be found in Wikitravel under Cambodia Visa section.

Cambodia e-Visa in Wikitravel

Therefore, tourists to Cambodia are strongly recommended not to apply for e-Visa for the time being. As an alternative, on arrival visa can be easily obtained at price USD20.

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Kumomo Schools

Thursday, October 16th, 2008

In rural Cambodia, hundreds of villages are still lack of a functional primary and secondary school.The construction cost of a rural school is $13,000. To find out more about how you can help, please visit CambodiaSchools.com.

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Cambodia hopes to become a leader in the development of bio-fuel in the face of increasing global oil prices, say government officials.

The development of bio-diesel produced from Jatropha curcas, a plant native to Cambodia, has drawn attention from investors, said Sat Samy, deputy secretary of state for the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy during a workshop on Cambodian bio-diesel held recently in Phnom Penh.

Bio-energy industries are present in a number of countries, said Secretary of State for Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy Ith Praing, adding that European Community (EC) countries will increase their use of bio-fuels from 15 percent to 20 percent of the total by 2020 with the intention of reducing green gas emissions.

Sat Samy told Rasmei Kampuhea that bio-diesel from Jatropa oil has many benefits; providing cheap fuel for generators, a renewable source of revenue for the economy and decreasing Cambodia’s reliance on fuel imports. Bio-fuel also promotes the use of agricultural land for cash crops, he said, as well as ensuring a clean environment, as bio-fuel is far less polluting than fossil fuels.

The industry is in its infancy in Cambodia, said the secretary of state, adding that ten firms have started production or shown interest in Jatropha cultivation so far.

A recent study showed 3,500 Jatropha trees can be grown per hectare, producing 3,000 liters of oil annually after three years.

Some Jatropha oil, produced by smallholders, is already available in Cambodia, priced at 2,300 riel (about US$0.57) per liter. Firms are buying Jatropha seeds for 400 riel (about US$0.10) per kilogram, said the deputy secretary of state, adding that many seeds have been sold in Kampong Chhnang, Prey Veng, and Kampong Speu.

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dolphin.gifMekong River Dolphin, was the only marine mammal known by the residents in Irrawaddy. However, the number of the endangered species was reported to be lesser in the past few years. Although there are animal conservation organizations already start fighting against the river dolphin extinction, more efforts are required to ensure the small size populations existence in Mekong River.

PDF travel guide maker – a4trip, leads the industry by including animal conservation projects in their travel guides. Besides creating awareness of animal conservation among the travelers, they also donate part of the travel guide’s income to these conservation projects. Mekong River Dolphin was featured in their Siem Reap travel guide. Mentioned in the guide are the brief introduction of the creature and also ways to prevent extinction. Traveler are also told on how to help in the reservation efforts.

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Recommended Accommodation in Phnom Penh

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

Do you have anything to say about the following hotels and guesthouses? Share your experience with other travelers.

  • Amanjaya Pancam Hotel
  • Angkor International Hotel
  • Anise Hotel & Restaurant
  • Asia Palace Hotel
  • Boddhi Tree
  • Boddhi Tree Aram Boutique Hotel
  • Bogie & Bacall
  • Bougainvillier Hotel
  • Bright Lotus GuestHouse
  • Burly GuestHouse
  • Café Freedom and Lodge
  • California 2 GuestHouse
  • Cambodiana Hotel
  • Capitol GuestHouse
  • Dara Reang Sey Hotel
  • FCC Hotel
  • Flamingos Hotel
  • Golden Gate Hotel
  • Goldiana Hotel
  • Grand View GuestHouse
  • Himawari Hotel
  • Holiday International Hotel
  • Holiday Villa Hotel
  • Hope and Anchor Hotel
  • Imperial Garden Villa & Hotel
  • Indochine 2 Hotel
  • Indochine Hotel
  • InterContinental Hotel & Resort
  • Juliana Hotel
  • La Parranda Hotel
  • Last Home GuestHouse
  • L’Auberge des Jardins d’Orient
  • Le Deauville V
  • Le Lyon D’Or
  • L’Imprevu
  • Lucky Ro Hotel
  • Nan Jing Hotel
  • Nay Nay Star GuestHouse
  • Nice GuestHouse
  • Nordic House
  • Number 9 Sister GuestHouse
  • Pacific Hotel
  • Paragon Hotel
  • Paris Hotel
  • Phnom Penh Hotel
  • River Star Hotel & Tour
  • Rory’s Pub and GuestHouse
  • Scandinavia Hotel
  • Sky Park GuestHouse
  • Spring GuestHouse
  • Sunway Hotel
  • Tai Ming Plaza Hotel
  • Top Banana GuestHouse
  • VIP GuestHouse
  • Walkabout Hotel
  • Wolly Rhino GuestHouse

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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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Add Cambodia Tourism banner to your website

Wednesday, December 12th, 2007

Tourism is one of six priority sectors in Cambodia. Besides being the major generator of revenue for the national economy, it is also a jobs creation, incomes and tourism contributes actively to Poverty Alleviation.

In the effort to promote Cambodia to more tourist worldwide, we hope you can include the following banner in your website or Blog.

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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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By Reinhard Hohler, Chiang Mai (28.11.2007)

Back to back with this year’s PATA Travel Mart in Bali/Indonesia, the eagerly awaited 2nd Angkor International Tourism Exchange (AITEX) was successfully held in Siem Reap/Cambodia on October 1-3, 2007. In collaboration with Apsara Authority, Siem Reap Provincial Authority, Cambodia Association of Travel Agents (CATA) and Cambodia Hotel Association (CHA), the Ministry of Tourism in Cambodia hosted some 182 booth sellers from local and overseas national tourism organisations, travel agents, hotels, airlines and other related-tourism businesses. On the other end, some 250 buyers and 50 media from around the world were invited to this significant event in order to realise that the global tourism industry is a very competitive business.

On behalf of the AITEX 2007 Organising Committee, Mr. Chhoeng Monny from the Ministry of Tourism had generously invited me to come and attend the show. So on September 30, I took Bangkok Airways flight PG903 from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport at 8.00 in the morning, arriving just one hour later at Siem Reap International Airport. As an AITEX delegate, I was quickly channelled through immigration and customs. The visa on arrival costs 20USD and allows you to stay for one month in the Kingdom of Cambodia.

There was an arranged transfer to Cambodia’s premier luxury “Angkor Palace” spa resort, where each of the 259 rooms, suites and villas are tastefully furnished and offer broadband internet access. The lush 11-hectare resort features a spectacular swimming pool and nearby Kainnora Spa, where massage therapies, facial treatments and body scrubs or wraps are in order. Angkor Palace’s Sales Manager Mrs. Grace F. Agatep was a very gracious and caring host. Other supporting accommodation for delegates of AITEX 2007 were given by City Royal Hotel, Sokha Angkor Resort, Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor, Prince d’Angkor Hotel & Spa, and Somadevi Angkor Hotel.

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New book from Shin – Music & Travel

Tuesday, December 4th, 2007

One of our friend, Shin who is also a travelers with e-Visa, recently launch his new book to share his musical journey. Get it now!

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Travel seasons in different countries~

Wednesday, November 7th, 2007

Taiwanese Tourists

Korea
In Korea, office workers’ biggest vacation would be the annual summer vacation on July or August whilst their students have two vacations, one is from July to August, and the other is from January to February.

Japan
For Japanese, they have the Golden Week in Japan which occurs mainly from April 29th to May 5th. Also, many Japanese goes on a trip during the month of August and the New Year’s Holiday (usually from December 28th to January 5th). Their students however have a month of vacation during March of every year.

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Hebrew translators wanted

Monday, October 29th, 2007

Thanks to Dr. Michael from Israel who is helping us to complete almost all the translation of e-Visa website to Hebrew. We are looking for volunteers who is good in Hebrew to help us with the final proofing before we launch this. Pls leave us a reply and we will get back to you immediately.

More than 150 translators contribute to the translation of the website.

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2007 Angkor Wat Bike Race & Rally

Friday, October 26th, 2007

Village Focus International‘s planning for the 2007 Angkor Wat Bike Race and Rally is moving on apace, and preparations for the arrival of up to 200 participants for the event are coming together. Cycling enthusiasts, adventurers and the curious from countries all over the world are signing up to take part in one of the most unique sporting events in all of Asia. Participants in the 2007 Angkor Wat Bike Race and Rally are also raising funds to maintain and develop projects run by Village Focus International, and projects that will be supported by this event include the project dedicated to economic and social development in North West Cambodia (ECOSORN), project for the assistance, education and health provision of slum residents in Phnom Penh as well as many other charity projects.

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Disclaimer

Wednesday, January 31st, 2007

Links on this Site to third-party websites are provided solely as a convenience to you. If you use these links, you will leave this Site. We have not reviewed all of these third-party sites and does not control and is not responsible for any of these sites or their content. Thus, we do not endorse or make [...]

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Report an Error

Wednesday, January 31st, 2007

If you came across any errors or inaccurate information on Cambodiaevisa.com, please do inform us about it. Please email to cambodiaevisa@mfaic.gov.kh

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