Entry Cambodia
When entering the Kingdom of Cambodia, a passport valid for six (6) months and a valid visa (except for some nationalities) are required. This rule also applies to children. Tourist and business visas are valid for one month from the date of entry into Cambodia. You can extend the visa period during your stay in Cambodia.
Business visa (E) can be extended for one month, three months, six months or twelve months (single or multiple entry).
Tourist visa (T) can only be extended for one month.
You can apply for a visa at the visa counter when you arrive at the following 3 airports. These 3 airports are Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville International Airport.
You can apply for an e-visa on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation or go to the nearest Cambodian embassy in your country.
Departure (leave Cambodia)
It is necessary for you to confirm in advance whether your travel documents meet the relevant regulations and requirements of the destination (including spare blank pages of passport, passport validity, visas, etc.). You can find out through the local embassy, airline website or official website of that country.

If you stay in Cambodia for longer than the official time limit, officials of the Cambodian Immigration Bureau will impose a fine based on the number of days of overstaying.
Passengers must undergo a security check before proceeding to the boarding gate.
Domestic flight
Opening time: 2 hours before departure; Closing time: 45 minutes before departure

International flight
Opening time: 3-4 hours before departure; Closing time: 60-75 minutes before departure.
Arrival (collect baggage)
After immigration inspection, you will enter the baggage claim hall. Please find the conveyor belt corresponding to your flight on the baggage claim information display. If any luggage is lost or damaged, please contact the Lost and Found Office in the luggage claim hall for assistance
Departure (checked baggage)
Different airlines have different regulations on the size of hand-carried or checked baggage and related baggage policies. The size of the luggage rack of a passenger plane determines the maximum size of baggage that is allowed to be stored. Before packing your luggage, we recommend that you confirm and strictly abide by the luggage weight, size and safety requirements set by the carrier. Otherwise, if your baggage does not meet the baggage requirements of your airline, you may have to pay an additional fee at the airport.

Hand-carry luggage
You should only bring essential items-personal items, laptop or tablet, camera or other electronic equipment, and valuables. Other items must be stored in the checked baggage.

According to general regulations, all passengers except children under the age of 2 can carry one piece of hand luggage on board. The size of the baggage depends on the specific requirements of different carriers. For infants (under 2 years old), the airport will give a luggage allowance of 10kg to carry changing bags, booster seats, trolleys and other items.

Please note that some airlines treat handbags as full-cabin luggage and sometimes limit the size: please consult your airline for details.
Checked baggage
Depending on the airline (especially low-cost airlines) or the class of ticket you purchased, you may have to pay extra for checked baggage. Similarly, airlines can provide special transportation policies for specific equipment (golf, board, diving equipment), please consult the relevant airlines for details.
Prohibited items in checked baggage
- Explosives, ammunition, firecrackers, electronic cigarettes...
- Radioactive material
- Flammable products, paint...
- Corrosive substances, oxidants, irritants
- Toxic products, poisons...
- Magnetic material
- gasoline

Prohibited items in hand luggage
- All unauthorized items listed in the checked baggage prohibited items - Liquids, cosmetics, aerosols (volume> 100 ml) - Blunt - Knife/scissors - Weapons or imitations

These items are allowed to be stored in checked luggage, but they must be properly packed to avoid harm to security personnel and baggage handlers. Note: The liquid should be packed in a container less than 100ml and packed into a transparent plastic bag.

- For liquid medicines that must be used during the flight, a doctor’s prescription must be provided. - After the security check, the liquid purchased at the store or distributor in the terminal area, regardless of its capacity, can be carried on board the plane, subject to relevant customs regulations. - Insulin used by passengers with diabetes requires a doctor's prescription. - Electronic cigarettes (prohibited to use on airplanes)
Nursing room
Simple place for babies to change diapers, bringing convenience to passengers with small children. Equipped with breastfeeding area, nursing area, milking area, sleeping area, etc.
24 hours
Barrier-free equipment
Special seats for caring people, barrier-free toilets, special seats for the disabled, barrier-free passages, etc.
24 hours
Medical aid station
The medical first aid station provides you with services such as visits, first aid and patient transfer in the terminal building, and is equipped with various commonly used first aid drugs.
24 hours
Lost & found
Currency Exchange
Tourist Information Counter
Hotel bus
Information counter
Over size baggage
Packing service
VIP lounge
Ticket counter
Currency Exchange
Smoking area
Nursing room
Medical aid station
Barrier-free equipment
Passengers with limited mobility
Traveling with children
Unaccompanied children