Australian citizens visiting Cambodia require a visa. If you’re travelling as a tourist, you can apply for an electronic tourist visa (e-visa) online from the Kingdom of Cambodia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
Yes, a Cambodia visa from Australia is required for Australian citizens. As a tourist, you can apply for an electronic tourist visa (e-visa) via the Kingdom of Cambodia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
Cambodia is located in the south-eastern part of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia, it’s bordered by Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and the Gulf of Thailand.
Cambodia is located in the south-eastern part of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. It’s bordered by Vietnam to the east and south, Laos in northeast, Thailand in west/northwest and the Gulf of Thailand in the west.
From low-lying plains in the Mekong Delta and mountains to the Gulf of Thailand coastline, there’s many things to do in Cambodia. The capital city, Phnom Penh is home to the art deco Central Market, Royal Palace and the National Museum’s archaeological and historical exhibits. Cambodia temples including Angkor Wat, Banteay Srei, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm Temple are a must visit. Sites like Tonlé Sap, Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake, as well as delicious Cambodian food and culture are great things to discover.
The CDC and WHO recommend these vaccinations for Cambodia: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza.
Cambodia is a vast country with many sites that are worth visiting. To make the most out of your Cambodia travel, book a custom trip with VN Holidays. We tailor packages according to your needs.
No. Before entering Cambodia, Australian citizens are required to apply for Cambodia visa from Australia.
For the best Cambodia travel, book your trip with VN Holidays. We’ll create a custom package that suits your needs.
The best time for Cambodia travel is between November and April which is typically the dry season.
With travel in Cambodia your safety is not a major concern. Generally, it’s a safe country with the only exception being the remote areas of Phnom Penh at night. Violent crime is rare with Cambodia ranking 59th safest country in the world. Check the official Australian government travel advice prior to travelling.
Cambodian temples are world-renowned, although it’s most famous for the Hindu temple known as Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world.
With so many interesting sites to see, the best way to travel Laos is with VN Holidays. We’ll create a custom package that suits your needs and organise your entire itinerary including all flights.
The best way to travel to Indochina including Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam is with VN Holidays, we’ll create a tailored package that suits your needs.
It generally takes 10 hours to fly to Laos from Australia.
Laos is relatively safe for travellers, although certain areas remain off-limits due to the unexploded ordnance left over from previous wars. It’s advised to travel with caution when in rural areas or when trekking. Petty crime is more common in Vang Vieng. Check the official Australian government travel advice prior to travelling.
Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in northern Laos, is an important little town that ranks among the must visit destinations in the country.
No, Laos is a country that borders Vietnam.
Yes, Australian citizens need a Vietnam visa from Australia. We recommend applying for the visa from the Vietnam Embassy or Consulate in Australia. Alternatively, there are options to apply for the Vietnam visa online, however you will still need to apply for a landing Visa when you arrive at Vietnam airport which may have additional fees and tend to have long queues.
Generally, Vietnam travel is safe. It’s a safe country with police keeping a tight grip on social order. Scams do exist particularly in Hanoi, HCMC and Nha Trang, and to a lesser degree in Hoi An. Check the official Australian government travel advice prior to travelling.
Vietnam has a rich history filled with war, victories and colonial rule. Vietnamese food is world-renowned for its exotic flavours. Amazing natural wonders like Son Doong Cave, the biggest cave in the world and Halong Bay, the UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Gulf of Tonkin are spectacular sites to see. Vietnam has things to do for every type of visitor.
With so many natural wonders and historical sites, the best way to see everything that Vietnam has to offer is to book a custom trip with VN Holidays. We’ll create a tailored package that suits your needs so you get to see everything Vietnam has to offer.
Vietnam weather is generally warm but can be wet so pack waterproof gear in addition to your singlets and thongs.
Lightweight singlets and T-shirts, as well as light-coloured khakis, are great for Vietnam travel due to the warm Vietnam weather. Thongs or open sandals work great on Vietnamese beaches, but you’ll need comfortable, closed-toe walking shoes to protect your feet when sightseeing in cities and rural areas.