How to Get a Cambodia Business Visa

Cambodia Business Visa

Cambodia Business Visa

If you need a visa to conduct business in Cambodia or want to stay in Cambodia for longer than 30 days, the Business (Ordinary) Visa is the visa for you. Here’s the information you need.

What is the Validity of the Cambodia Business (Ordinary) Visa?

Business Visas (Type “E”) are good for 30 days but can be extended in-country for periods of 1, 3, 6 and 12 months.

Who Must Apply?

Every foreigner who wants to conduct business in Cambodia must apply for a visa in person at the airport. There is no e-visa option.

  • Is a visa required for U.S. citizens?  Yes!  

Go to my Cambodia visa page for information on how to get a different type of visa for Cambodia.

How to Apply?

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Visa on Arrival

You can get a Business visa on arrival at the airports in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, and at all major border crossings. It will take about 20 minutes or so.  

Check this page at the U.S. State Department to see what you need to bring with you.

2
Extending a Business Visa in Cambodia

You can go to pretty much any travel agent, and they will extend your Cambodia Business Visa for you for a reasonable fee and turn the passport and visa around to you in 24 hours.

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Congratulations on getting your Cambodia visa!

Don’t get sick on your trip! Click here to see the latest information on any required vaccines for your stay in Cambodia from the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

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