Cambodia news: Mandatory e-arrival form effective July 2024


Effective 1 July 2024, all inbound travellers to Cambodia will be required to submit an electronic arrival card at least seven days prior to their arrival.

Known as the ‘Cambodia e-Arrival’ (CeA), this initiative aims to streamline and modernize the entry process. The digital card replaces the traditional paper-based immigration form, health form, and customs declaration, consolidating them into a single, convenient online portal.

Travelers can access the e-Arrival system through two channels:

  1. Official Website: Submit the e-Arrival card online via the official government website at
  2. Mobile App: The Cambodia e-Arrival app is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, providing a convenient mobile platform for completing the e-Arrival card.

At present, this process applies to travelers arriving by flights into Phnom Penh and Siem Reap airports. Those entering Cambodia by land crossing, boat, or through Sihanoukville airport will continue to use the paper-based forms for now.

While the deadline for online submission is seven days in advance, tablets will be available at Siem Reap and Phnom Penh airports to facilitate the e-Arrival process for those who miss the online window.

The platform also provides the option to reserve an e-Visa on arrival for eligible nationalities, eliminating the need for separate visa applications. Footsteps highly recommends that travelers utilize the e-Visa reservation system for a shorter, smoother arrival process.

Should there be further updates or changes, we will inform partners and update the blog.  For any questions or assistance regarding the Cambodia e-Arrival system or planning a Cambodia holiday,



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