It's not a pleasant holiday, though for most countries, it's "doable".asdf123 wrote: ↑Sun Mar 28, 2021 10:12 pmIf I understand this correctly, it is now necessary to apply for a visa at your closest embassy and visas are not granted for tourism.
I have a son that's been living in Cambodia for several years now. But he is not a Cambodian national and neither is his mom. They are both living on tourist visas in Cambodia. Would it still be possible for me to be granted a visa under those circumstances?
I've also heard that government quarantine facilities are now the only option. I couldn't find much information about it on this forum except for this old thread. How are the conditions now? Are you given a room in a hotel or is it a shared space like the pictures in the old thread? Is there functional wifi and how is the food?
Appreciate any information regarding this. Thank you.
You need to obtain a business visa based on family reunite. See my previous writing about that, somewhere summer 2020.
The quarantine is mandatory, just like the multiple Covid-19 tests, the food is low grade, the room can be disappointing, to put is mildly, though, it's doable.
Internet is available, though often substandard in the hotel and, now the students are all back online with unlimited Internet, between 18:00 en 24:00 local time about frozen. See for my VPN suggestions, which might make Internet things a little more bearable.
Check, whether your country does let you leave and whether there are transit options to Phnom Penh. Think about Seoul (ICN), Singapore (SIN) and sometimes Taipeh (TPE). KE, SQ and CI are airlines that often provide connections in their home-towns.
Think for yourself: Do I want to go now, or can I delay 3-4 months, once the vaccination in Western countries gets about finished and the travel limitations are probably being relaxed.
When you plan, also take care for the return trip. Some countries do have rather strange and pretty limiting requirements for returning people, even own nationality people.