Applying For An E-Visa
The application for the Cambodian E-visa is done through the application section of the official government website. The process is simple and reasonably fast. You will require your passport and knowledge of all your personal and travel details.
To apply, follow these steps:
- Enter the security code which appears in the white box
- Fill in the forms with your personal information, passport details and travel information
- Double check all the information you filled in is correct on the review page
- Select your preferred method of payment. Once you have the paid, the application is complete and you will receive a decision shortly.
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Why Visit Cambodia?
Cambodia is a nation of natural, religious and architectural beauty. The south-east Asian country is home to famous archaeological parks such as Angkor-Wat and Angkor-Thor, which are some of the best preserved buddhist temples in the world. These complexes are so significant to Cambodia, they even appear on certain versions of the nations flag. Despite being religious monuments, the temples are immersed in nature and highlight everything that Cambodia is. For a first taste of Cambodia, they are the ideal place to start. But what other natural, religious, and architectural attractions are there in the ‘kingdom of wonder’?
The Royal Palace
The Royal Palace still currently houses Cambodian royalty, so not all of it is open to public. However, the parts of the palace you are allowed to see highlight exactly why this building is worthy of being the home of kings. The Throne Room is roofed with gold and the nearby pagoda with silver, whilst temples are decorated to incredible levels of detail.
The Bamboo Train
The Bamboo Train is essentially an engine topped with bamboo. Passengers can ride for 7 kilometres at up to 15kmph. This is an ideal way to see Cambodia’s countryside.
This sacred site and national park has a lot to offer in terms of nature, religion and architecture. With waterfalls, places to swim, temples and archeological spots, Phnom Kulen has it all.
A city park that is a safe haven from the cities hussle and bussle. The park charges as a measly $1 entrance fee to foreigners and is home to some mischievous wildlife and a temple.
Phnom Tamo - Wildlife Rescue Centre
A safe haven for elephants, tigers, monkeys and more, this wildlife rescue centre is the perfect place for a nature lover. The centre helps animals back to health, and sometimes they even let visitors contribute to that process.