The 2020 International Conference on Integrated Science in Digital Age will take place at the Conference Center, Cambodia, May 01-03, 2020.
Cambodia Visa Regime
Holders of diplomatic and official/service passports of Belarus, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, China, Cuba, Ecuador, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, South Korea, Thailand, Uruguay and Vietnam do not require a visa for Cambodia.
Nationals of any country other than Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Sudan and Syria may apply for an eVisa online for US$36 before arrival. It allows a single entry and a maximum stay of 30 days for tourism purposes.
How to enter to Cambodia
You may enter to Cambodia via the following entry points:
Phnom Penh International Airport
Siem Reap International Airport
Sihanoukville International Airport
Cham Yeam (Koh Kong Province) (from Thailand)
Poi Pet (Banteay Meanchey Province) (from Thailand)
Bavet (Svay Rieng Province) (from Vietnam)
Tropaeng Kreal ((Stung Treang Province)) (from Laos)
How to get Kep from Phnom Penh Airport
You have 2 options if you want to get from Phnom Penh to Kep: you can take a bus for 4 hours or a taxi for 3-4 hours. Prices are between $7 and $40.
Taking the bus is quite convenient and also the cheapest option to reach Kep from Phnom Penh. We recommend to travel with Cambodia Post or Giant Ibis, but there are other companies you can choose from.
You can hail a taxi on the street or order a larger SUV type taxi online.
Kep Crab Market
No trip to Kep is complete without a visit to the crab market. Standing at the center of the town’s action, the market is a hive of activity, especially in the early morning. As well as being the base for the fishermen and women who catch the town’s famous crab, it is where the country’s freshest seafood is flogged.