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Last update 30 April 2024Diplomatic missions

Risk index

Level 2: Increased attention (please be informed in detail about the current situation in the country)


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Kingdom of Cambodia

At present, the Republic of Bulgaria does not have a functioning embassy in the Kingdom of Cambodia. The Kingdom of Cambodia is serviced by the Embassy in Hanoi, Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Hanoi, Socialist Republic of Vietnam

Address: No 5 Nui Truc str., Van Phuc Hanoi; P.O.Box10
Telephone: +84 24 3845 2908
Fax: +84 24 3846 0856
Out-of-hours hotline: +84 123 940 9129
Working hours of the Consular Office: Mon – Fri, 9:00 – 12:00
E-mail: [email protected]  , [email protected] 
Website: www.mfa.bg/embassies/vietnam 

Embassy of the Kingdom of Cambodia in Sofia, Republic of Bulgaria

Address: Sofia, 15, rue Frederic Joliot-Curie
Telephone: +359 884 77 00 91
Fax:+359 2 427 00 75

Email: [email protected]
Working hours: 10:00 – 16:00 h

General information

Security level:

The overall security situation is good. Normal vigilance should be exercised with regard to personal safety and personal belongings. The instructions of the local authorities regarding order and security should be observed. Caution is required when participating in street and road traffic.


The conditions in health facilities and medical care do not meet the standards in Europe. It is recommended that citizens have full insurance. Before departure, you should check whether the insurance also covers medical emergencies. It is important to read and check all the details of the health and travel insurance. Treatment not covered by insurance can be very expensive and is at the expense of the person affected.
There are sporadic cases of infectious diseases. More information on the necessary vaccinations and other health issues can be found on the World Health Organization's website HERE and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control from HERE.

Recommended vaccines and personal hygiene advice:

Individuals should wash their hands frequently, be careful when consuming raw foods and drink only bottled water.

Specifics of the local legislation:

Possession or distribution of drugs, as well as sexual offences, can lead to extremely serious sentences. It is strongly advised not to accept packages or other goods from unknown persons. Luggage must be packed personally and not left unattended. Conditions in detention facilities and prisons are harsh.

Customs requirements:

Customs requirements for Cambodia can be found HERE [please put the following link: https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/KH-Cambodia-customs-currency-airport-tax-regulations-details.htm

Local currency:

The local currency is the riel. Payments in US dollars are accepted in many places. Credit and debit cards are not accepted everywhere, but can be used for payment in some hotels and shopping centres. ATMs are available in major cities, but foreign credit and debit cards are not accepted everywhere.

Climatic characteristics:

Travellers are advised to check the current weather forecast. During the rainy season, heavy rains fall between April and October, which can cause flooding and landslides and create health risks. The forecast for strong tropical storms can be monitored at: www.tropicalstormrisk.com .

Travel papers and visas

A visa is required to enter the Kingdom of Cambodia.

Important: The Ministry Interior of the Kingdom of Cambodia will introduce the Cambodia e-Arrival Card on electronic system that would consolidate immigration card, visa application form, customs form, and health information into a single form. This system wil be accessible via www.arfival.gov.kh or the Cambodia e-Arrival ( CeA) App,  which will be available on App Store and Play Store. The Ministry of Interior will introduce the trial period from 01 January to 30 June 2024. During the trial period, passengers will have the option of filling out the electronic form or standard papers for immigration, customs and health information.The official implementation of the Cambodia -arrival Card will begin on 01 July 2024,with all passengers required to complete the above-mentioned electronic form.


The Cambodian authorities issue visas upon arrival at Phnom Penh and Siem Reap airports for a fee of USD 20.00 (one-month tourist visa) or USD 25.00 (one-month business visa), which requires a valid international passport.
It is possible that the visa may be refused upon arrival for any reason or that the conditions for the issuance of a visa may be changed. It is advisable to obtain a visa in advance or an electronic visa via the Internet. There is a link for e-visa on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Kingdom of Cambodia.


Your passport must have at least one blank page so that the entry visa can be affixed to it. There should be no other visa stamps on the back of this page other than the border control stamps.


One-month tourist visa — USD 20.00;
One-month business visa — USD 25.00;
E-visa website — https://www.evisa.gov.kh/ ;
Visa validity verification website — https://www.evisa.gov.kh/evisatracking/visatracking.aspx .

Competitive service

No consular services are provided in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
In cases of a damaged, lost, stolen or expired passport, Bulgarian citizens can apply for an Emergency Travel Document (ETD) at an embassy of an EU Member State in Phnom Penh. The ETD is issued only for the purpose of a single trip to Bulgaria or the country of permanent residence.

Certifications and legalizations:

In order to be valid in the Republic of Bulgaria and to be able to serve before the Bulgarian institutions all documents issued by the authorities in Cambodia must be the stamp of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cambodia. Then, they need to be certified by the Embassy of Cambodia in Sofia. The signature and certifications of the Embassy of Cambodia in Sofia are certified by the Department of Certifications and Legalizations with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria.

In relation to the translations into Bulgarian of the documents, the requirements of Art. 21a, Para. 1 of the Regulations on Legalizations, Certifications and Translations of Documents and Other Papers should be complied with, according to which for a foreign document translated into Bulgarian according to the order of this regulations on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria and intended for use in the Republic of Bulgaria, it is necessary for the signature of the translator who performed the translation to be notarized in the Republic of Bulgaria.

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