Visitors to Cambodia must obtain a visa unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries. All visitors must hold a passport valid at lease 6 months prior departure date & one empty page.

All Cambodian Passport holder is eligible to get your passport extended, but not renewal from the embassy. Passport must not issued before 2011 and has been extended less than twice.

  • Certify Birth Certificate for child born abroad issued by the embassy ( Cambodia)

  • Driver License Confirmation

  • Translation of Birth Certificate

  • Marriage Certificate Translation

  • Foreigner marrying a Cambodian

  • Temporary Travel Document

  • Authorisation for passport renewal 

  • Travelling with Human Remains to Cambodia

  • Travelling with Human Remains in a Urn to Cambodia

Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of 
the Kingdom of Cambodia to Australian and New Zealand. ​


Ms. Kunthea TUOT



Ms. Saroeung KEM

Counsellor (Commercial Affairs)

First Secretary (Consular Section)

Col. Sophetra KHEM

Ms. Vira CHEA

Military Attaché and Defence Adviser

Mrs. Dari SUN



Mr. Sopheak MAO


(Defence Attaché )


The Royal Embassy of Cambodia to Australia and New Zealand, various sectors that oversee business, visas, travel, tourism, resources, passports, citizenship, and other endeavors involving both Cambodia and the United States. The Embassy's primary goal is to promote the interests of Cambodia while maintaining diplomatic relations with the Australia and New Zealand and its citizens.
Cambodia boasts a rich history of vibrant culture, ranging from various religious beliefs to extensive tourism to colorful textiles. Today, religion serves as a leading force in Cambodia, where unique Khmer beliefs stemmed from Buddhism and Hinduism abound. Tourism is also a tremendous branch in Cambodia's economy, with famous temples like Angkor Wat, Banteay Srei, and Bayon attracting countless visitors; Angkor Wat alone draws over one million visitors annually, and tourism arrivals are growing continuously each year. Finally, another important aspect of Cambodian culture and economy is the export of goods such as textiles and garments. Woven garments currently account for roughly 80% of Cambodia's exports; other key exports include gems, precious metals, cereals, vegetables, and footwear.



Entry Restriction to Cambodia

20 May 2020

Ministry of Health's Note 27 May 2020

Embassy's Notification

No 28/20

25 March 2020

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Cambodia Destination Guide



For any inquiries, questions or commendations,

Please fill out the following form

5 Canterbury Crescent, Deakin, ACT 2600

Tel: (+61) 262 738 064



(+61) 262 738 064

Military Attaché and

Defence Adviser

(+61) 410 033 933

Consular Section

(+61) 469 717 232

Assistant (Defence Attaché)

(+61) 482 024 943

Working Hours

Monday to Friday

9:00 am - 12:30 pm

1:30 pm -   5:00 pm

H.E Mr. CHANN Rotana

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