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    Cambodia visa on arrival question

    Is there somewhere online I can download the form to fill in to speed up my exit from the airport?

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    Thanks Larry, but I don't have time to wait for the 3 day processing

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    The form is free at airport :-)

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    I ta not its 30 usd I wanted to speed the process up.

    Oh well guess I'll have to fill it in there.

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    Think your SOL, Dill.

    Get involved with a volunteer agency and they'll help get you in faster at the airport.

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    at least Air Asia hands out the forms mid flight and its the shorter version, smaller one. Just be careful of the officials lurk of "losing" your photo as you hand it over at counter. Keep a spare in your pocket to produce. Otherwise a "friendly"official will take your passport and for a small sum $20 US and get it done for you, sir. If you are taking a bus back to the border towns, e.g. Koh Kong, to return overland route, watch the scamming pricks who meet you at the bus set down and demand your ticket and your passport. They make a pretense of assisting you at the visa office and demanding a fee. Tell em to f off! I think they could be called a nation of scammers. Spoken by one who has suffered this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grasshopper
    Air Asia hands out the forms mid flight
    Cool

    Cheers

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    no pic; $1-2 MAX at the airport
    word of advice , pay 70 baht extra ( if ur flying air asia for a seat closer up front so ur off faster
    70% or more will be getting a voa so if ur near the back of the plane....

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    at ..... Otherwise a "friendly"official will take your passport and for a small sum $20 US and get it done for you, sir. If you are taking a bus back to the border towns, e.g. Koh Kong, to return overland route, watch the scamming pricks who meet you at the bus set down and demand your ticket and your passport. They make a pretense of assisting you at the visa office and demanding a fee. Tell em to f off! I.........................
    I experienced this rip off at Poipet, after a Train trip from Bangers,
    second time an officer took my Passport at the Checkpoint and tryed it on! Wife took it off Him but!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phuketrichard
    word of advice , pay 70 baht extra ( if ur flying air asia for a seat closer up front so ur off faster 70% or more will be getting a voa so if ur near the back of the plane.
    I was in row 22, there's a long strech of runway to walk down, where I overtook most and ended up 4th in the queue.

    Up there for thinking, down there for sprinting

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    I actually got a Cambo visa at the embassy in Bangkok once, cost me 50bucks for 5 minute service

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    To save couple couple of dollars to avoid often long queues and more, giving your passport away, to someone and hoping to get it back 30-60 minutes later, e-visa is the option to go, unless you need business visa.

    https://www.evisa.gov.kh/

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

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    Cambodia's a joke.
    50p or a shoulder barge should do

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    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"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prikkus View Post
    I actually got a Cambo visa at the embassy in Bangkok once, cost me 50bucks for 5 minute service
    Feel free if you have time to spend to travel and want to overpay, I'd still get evisa, 3 days max, usually less. From your home or office. Last time it was emailed next day.
    Last edited by Exit Strategy; 15-10-2015 at 01:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper View Post
    Cambodia's a joke.
    50p or a shoulder barge should do
    joke? that's not a very nice thing to say now, is it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exit Strategy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Prikkus View Post
    I actually got a Cambo visa at the embassy in Bangkok once, cost me 50bucks for 5 minute service
    Feel free if you have time to spend to travel and want to overpay, I'd still get evisa, 3 days max, usually less. From your home or office. Last time it was emailed next day.

    this was 10 yrs ago, way before the e-visas came out, had to do it this way for my own reasons

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    Ok accept that as a valid answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prikkus View Post
    I actually got a Cambo visa at the embassy in Bangkok once, cost me 50bucks for 5 minute service
    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

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    I forgot to apply for E-visa until last night, going tomorrow, so rolled the dice they will process it in one day. Fingers crossed.

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    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

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    I applied for E-visa 10 pm last night, leaving tomorrow, got it at 10.30 this AM. Nice!

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    but I was told that an e-visa (electronic)can not be extended into a "regular E-visa" (also called business visa).

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    good point, not sure about that

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