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    Quote Originally Posted by Prikkus View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Phuketrichard View Post

    10 years ago?? why post it now

    Even back than why would anyone pay $50 for a $25 visa and so simple for voa

    All legit. used so many times, USD30 + USD7 (processing charge) + USD2 credit card charge.

    $3 cc charge total $40
    I had a prob with lack of clean pages in passport

    easy enough to just turn up at the airport, screw messing around online for this shite
    Takes five minutes, but it's probably too complicated for you.

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    someone mentioned that the e-visa is NOT extendable, and that would be no good for me

    Tourist Visa
    Entry Type Single entry only Fees USD30 + USD7 (processing charge) Validity 3 months (starting from the date of issue)you see, that's no good - as I basically live in Cambo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prikkus View Post
    someone mentioned that the e-visa is NOT extendable, and that would be no good for me
    That would be me? Sorry

    Quote Originally Posted by Prikkus View Post

    Tourist Visa
    Entry Type Single entry only Fees USD30 + USD7 (processing charge) Validity 3 months (starting from the date of issue)you see, that's no good - as I basically live in Cambo
    You need a business visa, can extend as much as you like, easier to use agent than go imm near PP airport.

    Happy owner of Cambodia business visa forever and free world (relatively speaking)
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    except I was crossing land border at Poipet,hence the extra 4dollar charge that send you into a tailspin.....get it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prikkus View Post
    except I was crossing land border at Poipet,hence the extra 4dollar charge that send you into a tailspin.....get it??
    Eh... I don't know how to say this really in any pleasant way, but extra 4 dollars ruining your world... no I don't get it. Big money for mutant zombie euroshite backpacker sure but aren't they shot in the head on arrival anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    Up there for thinking, down there for sprinting
    Someone once said that when you get off the plane everyone else is "the enemy"...
    More like silent observers.
    Until landing at Seim Reap I had never witnessed a row of Airport workers sitting behind a counter that appeared way too high for them, while they just took their time consuming some drink in a bag sipping a straw and munching on food. It took professionalism to a whole new level. At that point I realized the process was going to be very slow and accompanied with mainly non verbal communication.

    In the end I was glad to hand over a few Dollars to someone who insisted on flagging down a tuk tuk that was already just waiting in line. And so the tipping began..

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