Cambodia visa requirements for Filipinos
Travel and visa requirements
Cambodian Visa is not required for Filipinos
Stay Duration: 30 days
- Philippine nationals can travel to Cambodia on visa-free with a stay duration up to 30 days.
- To extend your stay duration for another 30 days, visitors should make an application by contacting the immigration office of Cambodia.
- Your international passport must be valid for six months from the date of entry into Cambodia and your passports must have at least two blank pages for necessary stampings.
- Passports of the travelers should not be frayed, torn, separated or altered in any other way.
- Your passport-sized photographs must be taken within the last three months and printed on high-quality photo paper.
- Passport photograph size must be two inches by two inches in size and taken against an all-white background.
- The passport photographs must provide the full front view of your head with your face centered in the middle and displaying a neutral expression.
- Passport holders should not put on eyeglasses neither headwear(s) be it for religious purposes in photographs.
- Visitors are not required to pay departure tax upon leaving the country.
- Standard time zone of Cambodia is (GMT+7), and this positioned the Philippines to be 1 hour ahead of Cambodia
- The estimated flight time from Manila, Philippines to Phnom Penh Cambodia is 3 hours.
- The airline traveling to Cambodia from the Philippines is the Philippine Airlines 521.
- Cambodian telephone code is (+855), and the country's capital is Phnom Penh.
- The local currency of Cambodia is Cambodian Riel-KHR.
- The importation and exportation of both local and foreign currencies up to $10,000 are not restricted, except exceeding amount must be declared.
- Your luggage will be cleared at the first airport of your entry in Cambodia. except the transit passengers baggages.
- Your pets must be accompanied by a good Veterinarian Health Certificate and Rabies Vaccination Certificate.
- For importation and exportation of arms and ammunition require a valid license from the Cambodian Ministry of Interior or Ministry of National Defense and import permit from the General Department of Customs and Excise.
- Cambodia is known for the World Heritage site, Angkor Wat temple complex which is one of the largest religious monuments in the world on a site measuring up to 162.6 hectares.
- Cambodia has two distinct seasons and a tropical climate with warm temperatures throughout the year. The wet season runs from December through April while the dry season is between January and February.
- Cambodia is known to have a single official language called Khmer which is spoken by nearly of the whole of the country's population.
- A bulk of Cambodia's population practice Theravada Buddhism, followed by Islam, Christianity, and other religions
- Transport within Cambodia can be made through public buses, private taxis and ride-hailing via mobile apps.
- Taxis in Cambodia can appear in the form of cars, motorcycles, and tuk-tuk.
- There are no records of any inter or intra-city railway systems in Cambodia.
- In Cambodia, the power plugs and sockets are of type A, C and G. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
- Cambodia has 23 banks in which 21 of them are not on Saturdays and Sundays.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a restriction on foreign currencies when visiting Cambodia?
The importation and exportation of both local and foreign currencies up to $10,000 are not restricted, except exceeding amount must be declared.
What is Cambodian standard time zone?
Standard time zone of Cambodia is (GMT+7), and this positioned the Philippines to be 1 hour ahead of Cambodia
What is Cambodia famous for?
Cambodia is known for the World Heritage site, Angkor Wat temple Complex which is one of the largest religious monuments in the world on a site measuring up to 162.6 hectares.
What is the Cambodian population?
Cambodian population as of 2019 is estimated to be over 24 million people in the country.