(From Khmer Times)

The Cambodian government will soon allow foreigners to stay for up to three years on a single visa in a bid to meet a goal of 7 million overseas travellers annually by 2020.

Tourists waiting for the sunset view of Angkor Wat

Tourism Minister Thong Khon said the three-year multiple-entry visa — a new government strategy to encourage foreigners to come to the country — will allow foreigners to stay in the country for up to three years, the Khmer Times reported on Friday.

The multiple-entry visa application will be available from Sept 1 to foreigners from all countries, Khon said, with different prices according to the length of stay although pricing details of the new visas were unavailable.

The new entry visa will allow tourists and business people to enter and exit Cambodia many times during the visa’s validity period, Khon said. Read More

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