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 Visa Application Form of PRC 

Ambassador: Ms. Bu Jianguo
Address: No.156, Blvd Mao Tsetung, Phnom Penh, Cambodia (P. O. Box 26)
Duty-Phone: +855-12-810928
Fax: +855-23-720922
Website: http://kh.china-embassy.org/eng/
Open Hours of Consular Office: 08:30-11:30 Monday-Friday

Departments of Chinese Embassy in Cambodia

Sections Information
Consular Section Enquiry Tel: +855-23-217086, 12-901937 (08:30-11:30, 14:30-17:00 during workdays)
24-Hour Hotline for Overseas Chinese: +855-12-901923
Fax: +855-23-720925  
Email: chinaemb_kh@mfa.gov.cn 
Administative Office Tel: +855-23-720920
Fax: +855-23-720922
Political Office Tel: +855-23-720921
Fax: +855-23-217742
Economic & Commercial Affaires Office Address: No.432C, Blvd. Monivong, Phnom Penh
Tel: +855-23-721437
Fax: +855-23-210861
Email: cb@mofcom.gov.cn

Visa Application: How to Apply A Visa in Cambodia?

Fees (rate: U.S. Dollar)

Regular Fee

Types Cambodian Passport USA Passport Passport of Other Countries
Single-Entry 20 140 30
Double-Entry 31 140 45
Multi-Entry with 6-month Validity 41 140 60
Multi-Entry with 12-month Validity 61 140 90

Expediate Service Fee

Rush Service 1 Working Day Processing 30
Express Service 2 or 3 Working Days Processing 20

To Hong Kong & Macao

1.Cambodian citizens holding valid passports can go to Macao directly and get a visa on arrival.

2.Cambodian citizens are required to apply for Hong Kong Visa no matter what type of passports they hold. They need to provide the following documents for application: 

(1) One fully completed Application Form. 
(2) One recent 2 x 2 inches color photo with full face, front view and no hat. . 
(3) The embassy can only issue the Single-Entry or Double-Entry HK Visit Visa with 3-month Validity permitting a stay of 14 days. If round-trip air ticket or steamship ticket is available, the embassy can issue One-Entry or Two-Entry Transit Visa allowing a stay of not more than two days in Hong Kong. 
(4) It is not required as well if they transit Hong Kong directly and stay in airport for less than 24 hours. 
(5) Apply for a visa permitting a stay of more than 14 days or for study, work or residence, and these applications will be mailed to Hong Kong Immigration Department for approval by the embassy. 

 Please contact Embassy of Cambodia in China if Cambodians are in difficulties there.

 Related Chinese Embassies in Asia: Tbilisi, Georgia, New Delhi, India, Indonesia

- Last modified on Apr. 03, 2020 -
Questions & Answers on China Embassy in Cambodia
Asked by Bonnie from TAJIKISTAN | Jul. 01, 2020 19:21Reply
Hi. I have student visa now but it expires this month. Can I renew my visa in Cambodia? I’m not Camb
Asked by MDM LIM from SINGAPORE | Apr. 02, 2020 23:34Reply
singaporean currently in Cambodia with valid M visa issued in Singapore
I am singaporean right now in Cambodia , I do have a valid M visa expiring in june . As China is lock down to foreigners , how can I apply to travel with the China embassy ?I have the invitation letter from the China company as I need to complete the training which has been delayed since after Chinese New Year due to this virus issue . Please advise
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Answered by Belle from AUSTRALIA | Apr. 03, 2020 01:04
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Well, hope China will open its border before June so that you can still go there. Currently, you cannot enter.
Asked by Dayira from CUBA | Mar. 27, 2020 01:33Reply
Chinese working visa for foreigners
Hello
I am a Cuban citizen. I'm currently in Cambodia and I want to apply for a Chinese working visa. I have working permit and invitation letter. I went to the embassy of China in Phnom Penh and they say I have to go back to my country to apply for this visa. They didn't say why. Is it true? Why I can't apply here. Is there any why I can apply for this visa from here?
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Answered by Amanda from UNITED KINGDOM | Mar. 29, 2020 23:49
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Due to the current special situation, you have to apply for it from your own country unless you have residency in another country.
Asked by Andrew from AUSTRALIA | Mar. 26, 2020 04:09Reply
Do I need a visa to transit through China?
I am an Australian citizen who has booked tickets to fly from from Phnom Penh to Melbourne via Guangzhou next week. However, I have been told by other travellers that a visa is needed to transit through China during the novel coronavirus outbreak. Is this true? If so, is it possible to obtain a visa before my flight leaves?
Thanks!
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Answered by Nancy from UNITED KINGDOM | Mar. 29, 2020 23:36
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I heard that if your layover in Guangzhou is not more than 12 hours and you don't leave the airport, you may not need a visa, but you still need to make sure about this with the airline.
Asked by Seng Sokeana from CAMBODIA | Mar. 18, 2020 10:10Reply
Excuse I’m 20 years old How can I go to study university in China and How can I get the visa
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Answered by Michelle from USA | Mar. 23, 2020 00:43
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You need to first contact a university in China and see if it's willing to admit you. If yes, then ask the school to send you the relevant documents like admission notice and JW 201 or 202 form. Then apply for a Chinese student visa from the Chinese embassy in Cambodia.
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