How to Get a Cambodian Visa in Bangkok
by Backpacking Tips Asia
Ok. I'm fed up by the wrong online information about the Cambodian embassy in Bangkok. I got my Cambodian visa in Bangkok this week, and I'm going to tell you how, where, when, how much and what to bring!
518 Pracha Uthit Road
Wang Tong Lang
If you're in Siam area, you can take the Skytrain to Asok, then do a interchange with MRT to Huai Kwang (the MRT heading for Ban Sue).
When you go off the MRT, exit at Pracharat Bamphen Road (we didn't see any signs saying Pracha Uthit Road).
Just around the corner to your left, you can find Tuk-Tuks. You can either take a Tuk-Tuk for 70 B, or dare to walk. We tried to walk at first, but noticed that we weren't getting any close. We passed some locals who said that it was 15 minutes by car, so we realized that it was too far to walk in the scorching sun.
We took a taxi for less than 50 B, and thank God we did. It would have probably have taken us 40 minutes to walk from Huai Kwang (maybe more). That's just too much when the sun is burning your head and back.
Or take a taxi from Banglamphu area to Cambodian embassy (with taxi meter: about 120 B).
Open from 9.30 am to 12 am, then from 2 pm to 5 pm.
What to bring:
- 1 Passport sized photo
- 1 copy of passport (if you don't have a copy, they can copy your passport for 10 B).
How much for a Cambodian tourist visa:
Last updated on April 8, 2010