Visa and eVisa
It is no longer necessary to get a visa stamp at the Cambodian Embassy before your visit. International visitors could obtain visa on arrival at Phnom Penh International Airport (Visa on arrival) or through Royal Cambodian Embassy in their home countries.
Phnom Penh International Airport is located 10km (6 miles) from the city and is one of two international airports in the country.
The following airlines fly to Phnom Penh:
Cambodia Angkor Air (K6) : Ho Chi Minh, Siem Reap
Air Asia (AK) : Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Siem Reap
Asiana Airlines (OZ) : Incheon, Siem Reap
Bangkok Airways (PG) : Bangkok, Siem Reap
China Airlines (CI) : Taipei
China Eastern Airlines (MU) : Kunming, Siem Reap, Yunnan
China Southern Airlines (CZ) : Beijing, Guangzhou
Dragonair (KA) : Hong Kong
EVA Air (BR) : Taipei
Far Eastern Air Transport (EF) : Taipei, cargo flight
Jetstar Asia (3K) : Singapore, Siem Reap
Korean Air (KE) : Seoul, Siem Reap
Lao Aviation (QV) : Vientiane, Siem Reap
Malaysia Airlines(MH) : Kuala Lumpur, Siem Reap
Shanghai Airlines (FM) : Shanghai
Siem Reap Airways (FT) : Bangkok, Siem Reap
SilkAir (MI) : Singapore, Siem Reap
Thai Airways International (TG) : Bangkok
Thai Air Asia (FD) : Bangkok
Vietnam Airlines (VN) : Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Vientiane, Siem Reap
International departures from Phnom Penh: US$25 for adults, US$13 for children 12 years and under
Domestic departure: US$6
Airport facilities include a foreign exchange office, bookshop, post office, cafe, bar, tourist information, duty-free shops, as well as a business-class lounge and Wi-Fi access.
Taxis wait outside the airport with a fixed fare to the city for the 20 to 40 minute ride into town. Meter taxis are also available.
From Thailand: Bus service is available from Poipet on the Thai border. Fare to Thailand is about US$10. The journey between Poipet and Phnom Penh is about 12 hours.
From Vietnam: Bus service is available from Ho Chi Minh City. This trip is about 5-6 hours between Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh.
From Siem Reap: Visitors to the ruins of Angkor at Siem Reap may consider taking a ferry to Phnom Penh. The journey can be as short as 5 hours, depending on the speed of the boat and the depth of the water. Along the journey, you get a glimpse of rural Cambodia and life along this main artery. Ticket prices are about US$25 – you may get it for cheaper if purchased from a tourist agency.
From Vietnam: A fast boat journey between Chau Doc on the Mekong delta in Vietnam and Phnom Penh. The journey takes about 5 hours. Boats leave Chau Doc at 8:00am and leave Phnom Penh at 1:00pm, arriving in Chau Doc in the evening.