Cambodia eVisa Application for Romanians

Romania is one of more than 200 countries that must apply for a Cambodia eVisa to be allowed to enter the Kingdom of Cambodia, as the country is officially known. Thankfully, this process of applying for an eVisa for Cambodia is most of the time quick and simple when completed online.

The whole visa application process requires only about ten minutes and can be completed from the comfort of one’s office or home. Visiting the consulate or embassy in person can be a frustrating experience, but the online application process makes this whole process much more streamlined.

Before submitting an application for a visa, all foreign nationals from the list of eligible countries are advised to make sure that they meet all the requirements. Failure to adhere to every requirement could mean that the application will be unsuccessful.

Online Visa Requirements for Cambodia From Romania

While there are a few different types of visas for Cambodia, it is the easiest to apply for a Cambodia eVisa since it is an electronic process. With an eVisa, a Romanian citizen will be allowed to stay for a period of thirty days (or shorter) in Cambodia.

Travelers who are planning a trip to Cambodia and would like to apply for a Cambodian visa for Romanian nationals must only meet a couple of basic requirements.

First and foremost, in order to apply for an eVisa, they need to have a valid passport. This passport must be valid for a minimum of six months after the date on which they will arrive in Cambodia.

It will also be required to provide a copy of the biographical page of the passport along with a copy of a (one which was taken in the past six months). It must be a color photo (the background must be white) and the applicant’s facial expressions must be neutral, with his/her face and shoulders straight and clearly visible.

Applicants are also strongly urged to receive vaccinations at least six weeks prior to their trip for the following:

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Typhoid
  • Yellow fever
  • Japanese encephalitis
  • Rabies
  • Meningitis
  • Polio
  • Measles
  • Mumps and Rubella (MMR)
  • Tetanus
  • Diphtheria
  • Pertussis
  • Chickenpox
  • Shingles
  • Pneumonia
  • Influenza

When the Romanian applicant satisfies all the requirements for a Cambodia eVisa that have been put in place by the Cambodian government and has completed the application form correctly online, the last step is to pay the set fee by means of a valid debit or credit card.

Although applying for a Cambodia visa online is simple and quick, it remains important that an applicant fills out all the details requested accurately to prevent the likelihood of possible delays. Thus, travelers are reminded to go over all the answers that they have completed as a mistake (albeit a minor one) can cause issues.

All the details must be written as they appear on the applicant’s official travel documents.

The following are examples of the questions that will be asked:

  • Name and surname
  • Date of birth
  • The purpose of the planned visit to Cambodia

As soon as the online application has been approved, the eVisa will be sent by means of email. Any updates will also be communicated via email. It is, thus, important to provide a valid email address.

The process usually takes only three to four business days, but it can take longer in some situations. Therefore, it is good practice to apply at least four days in advance to make sure it is received well on time.

To make it convenient, the eVisa is linked to the applicant’s passport. Though, all Romanian citizens who will be visiting Cambodia are still strongly urged to carry a copy of the eVisa that they have printed out with them.

Traveling From Romania to Cambodia: Key Trip Considerations

When traveling from Bucarest to Phnom Penh, visitors are expected to spend 10 hours or more on the flight before arriving at any of the Cambodian international airports. During this time, some key trip considerations are advised, such as planning a proper visit to Siem Reap that takes into consideration the transport options and the ideal time in the area; declaring goods at customs when necessary; and taking all the medical precautions to avoid entry denials or health consequences during the trip.

Along with these recommendations, Romanians should know all the border crossing alternatives provided by the Cambodian eVisa, especially if they are thinking about accessing the country via land:

  • Cambodia entrance from Vietnam. It is important that Romanian travelers buy their ticket in advance to cross the border from Ho Chi Minh City, which is the most usual Vietnamese land border crossing. The trip takes more than 6 hours.
  • Cambodia entrance from Laos. Romanians interested in visiting the 4,000 islands, as Si Phan Don is also known, should take this route. A minibus is usually the common transport used to enter Cambodia.
  • Cambodia entrance from Thailand. One of the main reasons to use this route is to see the Angkor Wat ruins. This border can be crossed via train or bus.

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