Cambodia eVisa for Swiss Citizens

Apply eVisa for Swiss

To travel to Cambodia from Switzerland, it is necessary to have a valid swiss passport and a visa for the country. There are only a few nationalities whose citizens are visa-exempt for Cambodia for short stays : Brunei, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, the Seychelles, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. All other foreign nationals are required to have a visa to enter Cambodia.

Swiss citizens are now eligible to apply for the Cambodia visa online, which has been implemented to make it easier for travelers from eligible countries to visit Cambodia for purposes of tourism. An approved tourist eVisa for Swiss citizens allows a total stay of 30 consecutive days in the country and is valid for a total of 90 days from the date of issue.

Citizens of Switzerland can complete the online visa application in just a few minutes to recieve an approved eVisa via email, and avoid having to apply for a visa from an embassy or consulate, or wait in immigration lines at the border to obtain a visa on arrival for Cambodia.

Cambodia Visa Requirements for Swiss Passport Holders

To apply for the eVisa, the traveler is required to meet the following Cambodia eVisa requirements for Swiss citizens:

  • A Valid passport: A valid Switzerland passport is required to enter the kingdom of Cambodia. It is essential that the passport be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the date of entry into Cambodia. Otherwise, your application may be declined.
  • A Digital Photo: The Cambodia online visa application process requires a recent digital photo of the applicant in JPEG or PNG format, passport-size. The photo should be in color and taken against a white background.
  • A valid email address: Even though the Cambodian eVisa will be linked to the passport of the applicant, an email address will be required so that you receive a copy. The traveler should print out a copy to present to the Cambodian immigration officials upon arrival in the country.
  • Payment: It is necessary to pay the Cambodia eVisa fee using a valid credit or debit card.
Swiss citizens with a diplomatic passport from Switizerland are exempt from applying for a visa. This means that diplomats from Switizerland do not need to apply for an eVisa in order to visit the country of Cambodia. Ordinary Swiss passport holders who apply for the eVisa for Cambodia are required to ensure that they use the same passport to complete the online application as that which they will later use to travel to Cambodia. Applicants with multiple paspports should ensure they bring the correct travel document, as the approved Cambodian eVisa for Swiss citizens is electronically linked to an individual passport.

The Cambodia eVisa Application from Switzerland

Once the traveler has met the aforementioned requirements, the applicant can begin the online visa application process. The application process for the Cambodia eVisa from Switzerland is fast and simple, and only takes around 10 minutes to complete.

The process involves filling in an online application form. The form is easy to complete and requires the applicant to provide basic information such as full name, the purpose of visiting Cambodia, travel plans, and passport details such as issue date and passport number. The applicants will also be required to answer a few health-related questions and give information about any relatives living in Cambodia if any.

Upon completion of the application process, the applicant will have to wait for an approval notification of their Cambodia tourist visa within 1 to 5 days. Depending on the demand and time of application, the applicant may recieve their eVisa within 24 hours.

The traveler is advised to apply for the visa as soon as the travel dates for Cambodia are known, and at maximum a week before the intended entry date to Cambodia, to ensure sufficient processing time for the eVisa. The type of Cambodia visa the Swiss citizen applies for determines its period of validity. The Cambodia eVisa from Switzerland is valid for a period of 30 consecutive days starting from the day of arrival. However, it can be extended to a maximum of 60 days once the holder is inside the country, at the Cambodian National Police Immigration Department.