Indian nationals who have applied for a Cambodian e-Visa online will receive the entry permit by email. It will be delivered to the address they previously provided on the application form.
Once received, the e-Visa must be printed twice. The visitor from India must bring both copies with them to present on arrival at Cambodian border control.
They must also bring the same Indian passport they used for the application since the visa is registered to this document.
If the passport has been lost, stolen, damaged, or otherwise rendered invalid, the e-Visa will also be invalid. In this case, the traveler should apply for a new e-Visa using their new passport before arriving in Cambodia.
In line with Cambodia’s visa policy, Indians can use the e-Visa to enter Cambodia via the following airports:
- Phnom Penh International Airport
- Siem Reap International Airport
- Sihanoukville International Airport
The Cambodia e-Visa for Indian nationals can also be used at the following land border checkpoints:
- Cham Yeam
- Poi Pet
- Tropang Kreal Border Post
Indian holders of a Cambodia e-Visa can leave the country through any airport, seaport, or border crossing point.