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    Cambodia E-visa. Is this how it works?

    So I'm flying into to Thailand, then through to Siam Riep a couple days later.

    I bought my visa online for $28, printed out a receipt for it.

    This is the site: Kingdom of Cambodia - Ministry of Foreign Affairs & International Cooperation

    I have a printed receipt for it and all.

    Somehow feels sketchy. Have I been scammed? Or is this the way online visa for Cambodia work?

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    Can't remember the site I used but it can be done on line and just print it and turn up,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smug Farang Bore View Post
    Can't remember the site I used but it can be done on line and just print it and turn up,
    Is the printed out online receipt good enough?

    (Like your avatar)

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    They should send an official looking piece of paper about visa size with your picture on it in four or five days.

    Print that out.

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    Thanks SFB. Will hold out for a couple days then try calling them if nothing comes through.

    Worst comes to worst I get a visa in Bkk.

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    Thats the right site

    why didn't u just get the visa on arrival at the SR ariport? very quick an easy an only $20

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phuketrichard View Post
    Thats the right site

    why didn't u just get the visa on arrival at the SR airport? very quick an easy an only $20
    My first time to Cambodia. Thought it best to pre-prepare. I tend to do that (same as Vietnam).

    I wasn't 100% sure on the landing visa policy, although I did get one on a visa run in Thailand a few years back (land border crossing).

    Live and learn, I guess.

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    Edit: visa on the way.

    A couple days fun in Bangers, then Cambodia it is.

    Let's hope Bkk is not burning down at that stage..
    Last edited by Baas Babelaas; 27-12-2013 at 09:48 PM.

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    Make sure u have one photo with you an sit near the front of the plane. 50% of those on the flight will be getting visas on arrival :-)

    Vietnam does not offer visa on arrival BUT u need apply online for Pre approved visa

    Ur worried about Bangkok Burning? Worry about Phnom Penh going up in smoke as well, things are getting bad there, US Embassy issues travel alert for its citizens - The cambodia herald
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    The site is valid but they add a couple of buck to do it online - not much. Next time just fly in and do a visa on arrival (always bring extra headshot photos)

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    Got the E-visa today.

    Made a slight fxxk up though. Entered my passport number incorrectly.

    Any attempt to contact them is not happening. Called them, emailed them, tried to rectify it on their site - no luck.

    My bad.

    Any suggestions fellas?

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    pay the money again

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    ^^

    Turn up with the wrong number. If they notice just blow it off.

    Of course, this might not work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbaro View Post
    ^^

    Turn up with the wrong number. If they notice just blow it off.

    Of course, this might not work.
    Will try this option. If not shell out another $20-25.

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    Do they still charge a "stamping fee" on top of the visa fee? Last time I went to the casinos I had to pay twice, but think I got scammed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobR
    but think I got scammed.
    You mean their 500 baht "fee?"...I met with them and discussed this matter and told them I did not have to pay it because I already had everything in order, so I walked out and left them with no comeback...

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