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How to Go to Cambodia

 ***International Gateways by Air (Flight):
1. Phnom Penh International Airport (Visa on arrival & E-visa available)
2. Siem Reap International Airport (Visa on arrival & E-visa available)
3. Sihanouk Ville International Airport (Visa on arrival upon request)

**International Gateways by Land (Road):
Gateways between Cambodia and Thailand:

1. Poipet (Visa on arrival & E-visa available)
2. Cham Yeam (Visa on arrival & E-visa available)
3. O Smach (Visa on arrival available)
4. Choam (Visa on arrival available)
5. Prom (Visa on arrival available)
6. Dong (Visa on arrival available)

Gateways between Cambodia and Laos:
Trapaing Kreal (Visa on arrival available)

Gateways between Cambodia and Vietnam:
1.  Bavet (Visa on arrival & E-visa available)
2.  Kaam Samnor (Visa on arrival available)
3.  Phnom Den (Visa on arrival available)
4.  Trapaing Phlong (Visa on arrival available)
5.  Trapaing Srè (Visa on arrival available)
6.  Oyadav (Visa on arrival available)
7.  Banteay Chakrei (Visa on arrival available)
8.  Preak Chak (Visa on arrival available) Samrong (Visa on arrival available)

International Gateways by Water:
1.  Phnom Penh International Port (Visa on arrival available)
2.  Sihanouk Ville International Seaport (Visa on arrival upon request)

***BY AIR
Cambodia can be accessed through the Phnom Penh International Airport and the Siem Reap International Airport; both of which provide full services for passengers on international flights operated by many international airlines. Many international airlines are listed below:

International Airlines
01- Cambodia Angkor Air (K6):
Phnom Penh-Ho Chi Minh-Phnom Penh, Siem Reap-Ho Chi Minh-Siem Reap, Phnom Penh-Siem Reap-Phnom Penh

02- Air Asia (AK):
Kuala Lumpur-Phnom Penh-Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok-Phnom Penh-Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur-Siem Reap-Kuala Lumpur

03- Asiana Airlines (OZ):
Incheon-Phnom Penh-Incheon, Incheon-Siem Reap-Incheon

04- Bangkok Airways (PG):
Bangkok-Phnom Penh- Bangkok, Bangkok-Siem Reap-Bangkok

05- China Airlines (CI):
Taipei-Phnom Penh-Taipei
China Eastern Airlines “China Yunnan Airlines + China Northwest Airlines” (MU):
Kunming-Siem Reap-Kunming, Yunnan-Siem Reap-Yunnan

06- China Southern Airlines (CZ):
Beijing-Phnom Penh-Beijing, Guangzhou-Phnom Penh-Guangzhou

07- Dragon Air (KA):Hong Kong-Phnom Penh-Hong Kong

08- EVA Air (BR):
Taipei-Phnom Penh-Taipei

09- Far Eastern Air Transport (EF):
TPE-PNH-TPE (for a cargo flight)

 10- JetStar Asia (3K):
Singapore-Phnom Penh-Singapore, Singapore-Siem Reap-Singapore

11- Korean Air (KE):
Seoul-Phnom Penh-Seoul, Seoul-Siem Reap-Seoul  

12- Lao Aviation (QV):
Vientiane-Siem Reap-Vientiane

13- Malaysia Airlines (MH):
Kuala Lumpur-Phnom Penh-      
Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur-Siem Reap-Kuala Lumpur

14- Shanghai Airlines (FM):
Shanghai-Phnom Penh- Shanghai

15- Siem Reap Airways International (FT):
Bangkok-Siem Reap-Bangkok

16- Silk Air (MI):
Singapore-Phnom Penh-Singapore, Singapore-Siem Reap-Singapore  

17- Thai Air Asia (FD):
Bangkok-Phnom Penh-Bangkok

18- Thai Airways International (TG):
Bangkok-Phnom Penh- Bangkok

19- Vietnam Airlines (VN):
Hanoi-Phnom Penh-Hanoi,
Ho Chi Minh-Phnom Penh-Ho Chi Minh,
Vientiane-Phnom Penh-Vientiane,
Hanoi-Siem Reap-Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh-Siem Reap-Ho Chi Minh

Airport Tax
International flights: Foreigners are required to pay US$25 each while a Khmer person has to pay US$18; this applies to both the Phnom Penh International Airport and the Siem Reap International Airport.

A child below the age of 12 has to pay only US$13 and an infant below the age of 2 is exempt from tax.

Domestic flights: Foreigners are required to pay US$6 each while a Khmer person has to pay US$5; this applies to both the Phnom Penh International Airport and the Siem Reap International Airport.

++ BY LAND
Tourists can enjoy traveling to Cambodia by land from neighboring Vietnam, Laos and Thailand.

Access from Vietnam (through nine international border checkpoints)

++ Bavet (Cambodian side) and Mok Bai (Vietnamese side) On the Cambodian side, the Bavet international border checkpoint is located in Svay Rieng Province, and on the Vietnamese side, the Mok Bai international border checkpoint is located in Tay Ninh Province.

Tourists can reach Cambodia from Vietnam through the gates. Visas on arrival and e-visas are available there. They can get access to Phnom Penh by National Road No 1. The distance between Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh City is 230 kilometers. There are taxis at the border between two countries. The taxi fare to Phnom Penh City is approximately US$ 10 per person. On their journey, visitors can enjoy the beautiful landscape of the eastern Mekong area.

++Kaam Samnor (Cambodian side) and Yin Soeung (Vietnamese side) On the Cambodian side, the Kaam Samnor international border checkpoint is located between Kandal and Prey Veng Provinces, and on the Vietnamese side, the Yin Soeung international border checkpoint is located in Ang Giang Province. From Vietnam, tourists can get access to Cambodia through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

++Phnom Den (Cambodian side) and Tin Bienh (Vietnamese side) On the Cambodian side, the Phnom Den international border checkpoint is located in Takeo Province, and on the Vietnamese side, the Tin Bienh international border checkpoint is located in Ang Giang Province. Tourists can get access to Cambodia from Vietnam through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

++Trapaing Phlong (Cambodian side) and Xamat (Vietnamese side) On the Cambodian side, the Trapaing Phlong international border checkpoint is located in Kampong Cham Province, and on the Vietnamese side, the Xamat international border checkpoint is located in Tay Ninh Province. Tourists can get access to Cambodia from Vietnam through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

++Trapaing Srè (Cambodian side) and Bonue (Vietnamese side) On the Cambodian side, the Trapaing Srè international border checkpoint is located in Kratie Province, and on the Vietnamese side, the Bonue international border checkpoint is located in Binh Phuoc Province. Tourists can get access to Cambodia from Vietnam through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

++Oyadav (Cambodian side) and Lethanh (Vietnamese side) On the Cambodian side, the Oyadav international border checkpoint is located in Rattanak Kiri Province, and on the Vietnamese side, the Lethanh international border checkpoint is located in Gia Lai Province. Tourists can get access to Cambodia from Vietnam through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

++Banteay Chakrei (Cambodian side) and Dinh Ba (Vietnamese side) On the Cambodian side, the Banteay Chakrei international border checkpoint is located in Prey Vèng Province, and on the Vietnamese side, the Dinh Ba international border checkpoint is located in Dong Thap Province. Tourists can get access to Cambodia from Vietnam through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

++Preak Chak (Cambodian side) and Ha Tieng (Vietnamese side) On the Cambodian side, the Preak Chak international border checkpoint is located in Kampot Province, and on the Vietnamese side, the Ha Tieng international border checkpoint is located in Kien Giang Province. Tourists can get access to Cambodia from Vietnam through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

++Samrong (Cambodian side) and Mi Quy Tei (Vietnamese side) On the Cambodian side, the Samrong international border checkpoint is located in Svay Rieng Province, and on the Vietnamese side, the Mi Quy Tei international border checkpoint is located in Long An Province. Tourists can get access to Cambodia from Vietnam through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

II. Access from Laos
 On the Cambodian side, the Trapaing Kreal international border checkpoint is located in Stung Trèng Province, and on the Lao side, the Norg Nokbiane international border checkpoint is located in Champasak Province. Cambodia can be accessed from Laos through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

III.Access from Thailand (through six international border checkpoints)

++ Poipet
(Cambodian side) and Ban Klong Leuk (Thai side) On the Cambodian side, the Poipet international border checkpoint is located in Banteay Meanchey Province, and on the Thai side, the Ban Klong Leuk international border checkpoint is located in Sakeo Province.

Through the gates, tourists can reach Siem Reap, Cambodia from Thailand to visit the Angkor complex. Visas on arrival and e-visas are available there. Its fee is US$ 20 for each tourist and is US$ 25 for each businessman. It takes about 5 hours from the border to the Siem Reap town by National Road No 6 by taxi. A taxi driver charges US$ 15 for each passenger.

++Cham Yeam (Cambodian side) and Hat Lek (Thai side)Visitors can reach Cambodia from Trat Province, Thailand through the Cham Yeam international border checkpoint located in Koh Kong Province. From Koh Kong Province, they can continue traveling to Preah Sihanouk Province. It takes around 4 hours to reach Preah Sihanouk Province by speedboat. A one-way taxi fare between Koh Kong Province and Preah Sihanouk Province is US$15 and from there, tourists can proceed to the capital of Phnom Penh by National Road No 4. The distance between Preah Sihanouk Province and Phnom Penh Capital is 230 kilometers. It takes 3 hours and a half by taxi or by bus. The taxi fare is around US$ 10 per capita, and the bus fare is between US$ 3-4. Visas on arrival and e-visas are available at the border gates, and entry visas into Cambodia can also be granted at the Royal Cambodian Embassy in Bangkok or in other cities of Thailand.

++O'smach (Cambodian side) and Chong Chorm (Thai side) On the Cambodian side, the Osmach international border checkpoint is located in Oddar Meanchey Province, and on the Thai side, the Chong Chorm international border checkpoint is located in Sorin Province. Tourists can get access to Cambodia through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

++Choam (Cambodian side) and Sangam (Thai side) On the Cambodian side, the Choam international border checkpoint is located in Oddar Meanchey Province, and on the Thai side, the Sangam international border checkpoint is located in Sysaket Province. Tourists can get access to Cambodia through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

++Prom (Cambodian side) and Ban Pakard (Thai side) On the Cambodian side, the Prom international border checkpoint is located in Pailin Province, and on the Thai side, the Ban Pakard international border checkpoint is located in Chanthaburi Province. Tourists can get access to Cambodia through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

++Dong (Cambodian side) and Ban Lem (Thai side) On the Cambodian side, the Dong international border checkpoint is located in Battambang Province, and on the Thai side, the Ban Lem international border checkpoint is located in Chanthaburi Province. Tourists can get access to Cambodia through the gates. Visas on arrival are available there.

++ BY WATER
Cambodia can be reached by boat from neighboring countries and the world. The Sihanouk International Seaport and the Phnom Penh International Port are two main gateways to Cambodia. Visas upon arrival are available at the Phnom Penh International Port, but they are not available at the Sihanouk International Seaport. The Sihanouk International Seaport receives international cruise ships that accommodate hundreds of visitors. It is possible to reach Phnom Penh Capital by ship along the Mékong River from Vietnam. Phnom Penh is connected by fast local boats to the Upper Mekong River close to Laos or it is linked along the Tonlé Sap to Siem Reap-Angkor. By this means, visitors can enjoy the Mekong’s view and discover the new growth area of Cambodia full of natural resources, cultural heritage, and life styles of the Cambodian people.

VISA
All nationalities need to apply for a travel visa, except for nationals from the following countries: Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

A visa on arrival, valid for a thirty-day stay, is specifically granted at Phnom Penh International Airport, Siem Reap International Airport, and International Border Checkpoints. Visas are also granted at Royal Cambodian Embassy or Consulate abroad. The visa fee for a tourist is US$20, and the visa fee for a businessman is US$25. Visas can be extended at the Immigration Department in Phnom Penh City. A free visa (K) is expressly granted to the Cambodian living overseas.

The Royal Government of Cambodia has recently approved e-visas. All you have to do is complete the online application form available at the official website (evisa.mfaic.gov.kh), pay by credit card online, and include uploading a recent passport-size photo in JPEG/ PNG format. The visa will be approved within three business days, allowing you to breeze by that lengthy line and get a jump-start on your holiday.

The e-visa, valid for a thirty-day stay, is available only for a typical tourist visa for a single entry. It is currently not available for nationals from Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Arab Saudi, Algeria, Sudan, and Sri Lanka. For a business visa, please apply at your nearest embassy or on arrival at all major check points.

Tourists getting such a visa online can enter and exit Cambodia through Phnom Penh International Airport, Siem Reap International Airport, Bavet International Border Checkpoint in Svay Rieng, Cham Yeam International Border Checkpoint in Koh Kong, and Poipet International Border Checkpoint in Banteay Meanchey.


How to Go to Luang Prabang

By Air
Luang Prabang is served by Lao Airlines, Thai Airways International, Bangkok Airways and PB Air, with regular services to Vientiane, Chiang Mai and Bangkok.

By Bus
Southern Bus Station : To Vientiane (10 hours), Vang Vieng (6 hours), Xieng Khouang (8 hours) and Luang Namtha (8 hours).

Northern Bus Station : To Oudomxay (5 hours), Nong Khiaw (3 hours), Pakmong (2.5 hours) and Vieng Kham (5 hours).

By Boat
Slow Boat : to Houay Xai (16 hours), Pakbeng (8 hours), Thasouang (8 hours), Meuang Khuea (7 hours), Nong Khiaw (7 hours), Thadeu (5 hours) and Paklay (24 hours).

Speed Boat : to Houay Xai (6 hours) and Pakbeng (3 hours).

Transport within Luang Prabang: Tuk-tuks, trishaws (lot-sam-lor) and jumbos (small tuk-tuks) are available all over town and are an easy way to get around. Taxis and mini buses can be hired through guesthouses, hotels and tour operators. It is also possible to rent bicycles for about $2 per day. Please note that tourists are not permitted to rent motorcycles.

Please be aware that transportation schedules and prices are subject to change, so we suggest you check the above information at transportation terminals or through a travel agent prior to your trip.
 


How to Go to Thailand

Thailand is a beautiful country.  Thailand is a small nation located partly on the Malay Peninsula; the majority of the nation is situated in Southeast Asia.  Thailand is comprised of over sixty million people, with the majority of people coming from Chinese, Thai, or Malay descent.

Thailand’s food is delicious and has grown in popularity in recent years around the world.  Many Thai restaurants have spread throughout the United States, making dishes like pad thai and red curry a popular culinary delight.  Grocery stores throughout the world now carry Thai ingredients to allow you to enjoy Thai culinary delights in the comfort of your home.  Despite its availability around the world, true knowledge of Thai Food will bring you to the conclusion that the best Thai food is in Thailand.  Be sure to experience as many culinary delights as possible in the country; asking travel agents for dining recommendations is one way to find the best eateries in the country.  Drinking coconut water is a common delight in Thailand; coconut water is a tasty way to hydrate in Thailand.

Thailand’s beaches are known around the world for their beauty and splendor.  The natural beauties of Thailand are limitless.  From the top attractions of Khao Yai National Park to the waterfalls of the Kaeng Krachan National Park, many of the world’s most beautiful sights are in Thailand.  These natural wonders will remain in your memory forever; be sure to experience as much as you can of Thailand while you are there.

Boat travel is available to Thailand; clearly, if you are wondering how to reach Thailand, there are many ways to do so.  For example, boat service runs from China to Thailand.  Boat travel, though, can be relatively slow, particularly when it is compared to air travel.  Boat travel conditions might not be as luxurious as airplane travel.  Check with your local travel agent to determine whether boat travel to Thailand is a good bet.

Another way to reach Thailand is by cruise line.  You can search for a cruise line online or through a travel agent.  Cruises offer trips that can take you to multiple destinations in Southeast Asia on the same trip.  Buying one ticket for a cruise gives you the abundant pleasures on the ship, including fine dining, dancing, and entertainment, and also the ability to see many places along the way to Thailand, which might be your final destination.  Cruise ship, therefore, may be one of the more pleasurable ways to reach Thailand.

By Flight
How to reach Thailand is an interesting question.  Flying is the obvious choice.  Flights should be booked well in advance in order to try to get a good price on air travel.  Air travel can be pretty expensive to Thailand, particularly if you are traveling from Europe or the United States.  Most airlines that fly to Asia travel to Thailand.   Sometimes, travel packages include airfare, hotel, and even, possibly, a rental car once you arrive at your destination.  If you are able to get a good deal on airfare and are traveling from afar, flying might be the most time-effective travel option.

By Road
A traveler can also drive to Thailand.  A visitor can rent a car in a neighboring country and enjoy both countries on the same trip.  Driving conditions in Asia can be different from those in Europe or the United States; be sure to research driving conditions before choosing to take on a driving trip.  Sometimes, drivers can be hired, a car hire, to take you to Thailand.  Be careful of hiring strangers to take you places, however.  Using recommended hires from well-known travel agencies might be a better idea.  Car hires can save you the trouble, however, of driving yourself and worrying about navigating the foreign roads.


How to Get to Myanmar

How to get to Myanmar by Air
Myanmar has two international airports: one at the capital, Yangon and the other at Mandalay. Most international flights come to Yangon, and these include Myanmar Airways International (the national carrier) and other South Asian airlines with flights connecting Chiang Mai (in Thailand) to Yangon and Mandalay.

How to get to Myanmar by Road
Although ships do call at Myanmar ports, passengers aren’t allowed to enter the country through them. The alternative to coming in by air is to take one of the land routes that have recently been opened- mainly on the borders with China along Yunnan province and Thailand from Mae Sot, Mae Sai and the Three Pagodas Pass.


How to Go to Vietnam

How to get to Vietnam Air:
International flights of Vietnam Airlines and most of other international Airlines Agencies are available to Hanoi , Hue, Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City. To Ha Noi From Moscow, Beijing, Vientiane, Bangkok, Hongkong, Taipei, Macau, Dubai, Paris, Berlin, Zurich...To Ho Chi Minh City From Phnom Penh, Malaysia, Singapore, Manila, Kaoshung, Seoul, Osaka, Vienna, Sydney, Melbourne...

Sea: Star Cruises, Royal Viking Lines, Crystal Cruises, Leo Star Cruises have weekly scheduled their water lines to Vietnam via some main Vietnamese seaports such as: Saigon, Da Nang, Nha Trang and Haiphong.

Land:
China: Vietnam and China have some border crossings. But the busiest one is Huu Nghi at Dong Dang of Lang Son Province to Pinxiang and Nanning on the Chinese side. On the other hand, Lao Cai border crossing to Kunming and Mong Cai border crossing to Quangzhou are also open to foreign tourists. There are two railways linking Hanoi and Beijing via Huu Nghi and Lao Cai border gates. Buses run every day from Hanoi to these border crossings and the same on the chinese side to cities. Other means of transport such as: bus, taxi, Honda Om are available in each frontier province to its border crossing. You will need a Chinese visa and a re-entry Vietnamese visa if you go back to Vietnam.

Laos: The main border crossing between Laos and Vietnam is Lao Bao connecting the Centre of Vietnam and Savannakhet Province of Laos. Transports by bus or taxi to this border are available in Da Nang, Dong Ha and Lao Bao and you will find the same to Savannakhet waiting for you on the Laos side. Otherwise, every day buses run between these nations via Lao Bao. You will need a Laos visa and a re-entry Vietnamese visa if you go back to Vietnam. Other border crossings are available such as: Tay Trang border crossing betwen Dien Bien Phu of Vietnam and Luang Pra Bang of Laos. Nam Can border crossing connecting Nghe An Province and Xiangkhoang Province. Cau Treo border crossing from Ha Tinh Province to Vientiane.

Cambodia : At present, the only frontier crossing between Vietnam and Cambodia open to foreign tourists is at Moc Bai, which connects Vietnam`s Tay Ninh Province with Cambodia`s Svay Rieng Province. Other border crossings might open in the future. Transports by bus or taxi to this border are available in Ho Chi Minh City and you will find the same to Phnom Penh waiting for you on the Cambodia side. Otherwise, every day buses run between Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh City via Moc Bai. You will need a Cambodia visa and a re-entry Vietnamese visa if you go back to Vietnam.

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