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{{infobox|Caution|Cambodian Immigration authorities now '''fingerprint''' visitors on arrival and departure (not anymore at Poi Pet crossing). These fingerprints may well find their way to your country's authorities or any other agency that cares to buy them. If you object to that, either bribe the official (US$1-2 should be enough if you're gutsy enough to try) or avoid the main entry points e.g. airports, [[Poipet]] (on the [[Bangkok]]-[[Siem Reap]] road), [[Cham Yeam]] (near [[Koh Kong]]), and Bavet (on the [[Phnom Penh]]-[[Ho Chi Minh]] road). Smaller crossings such as Ban Pakkard/Pshar Prum (for [[Pailin]]) and Chong Sa-Ngam/Choam (for [[Anlong Veng]]) aren't equipped with hand scanners}}
{{infobox|Business Visas|For faster and reliable processing of your long term Business Visa application, it is advisable to contact reliable and reputable travel agents who have better knowledge and understanding of the system for prompt visa application processing and delivery. Business people and travellers can contact Amandeep Travel Agency for their long-term Visa or Visa extension requirements at the following phone numbers: '''097 236 2092''' or '''097 236 0947'''.}}
All visitors, except citizens of [[Indonesia]], [[Malaysia]], [[Singapore]], [[Philippines]], [[Laos]], [[Thailand]] and [[Vietnam]] need a visa to enter Cambodia. The official price for a tourist visa is US$20, and US$25 for an Ordinary visa. Staff may try to charge more at some land border crossings: hold out for the official price, particularly at major crossings, but don't be upset if you have to pay US$1-2 extra.

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