Siem Reap - the gateway to Angkor Archaeological Park, home of the magnificent ruins of ancient Khmer civilization. Angkor Wat and other surrounding temples are part of this world heritage site, which is the largest religious complex in the world.
Sihanoukville — Cambodia's premier beach town on the southern coast. Sihanoukville offers white sand beaches and warm Gulf of Thailand waters as well as a very relaxed beach town atmosphere.
Battambang — the second largest city of Cambodia, popular between travellers for ancient temples, Buddhist shrines and the infamous bamboo railway found in the surrounding area.
Only citizens of Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam can travel to Cambodia without visa. All visitors need a visa for traveling to Cambodia.
Visas can be obtained at Cambodian embassies or consulates. Tourist visas are valid for one stay of up to 30 days. Tourist visas can be extended. To apply for a visa, you will need a passport valid for at least 6 months, 1 or 2 photos and money to pay the fee. Paying in USD is always the best option as they offer really bad rates when paying in local currencies.
Visa on Arrival
Visa on Arrival is available at Phnom Penh and Siem Reap international airports as well as at all six border crossings when coming from Thailand. Visa on Arrival should cost 30 USD.
Nationals of most countries can apply for an e-Visa online. You will get visa as a PDF file by e-mail and will need to print two copies of it - for entry and exit. E-Visa costs 37 USD.