Your guide to what can and cannot be brought in and out of the Kingdom.
As any other country, Cambodia prohibits travellers from importing weapons, explosives or narcotics into the country.
The government of Cambodia requires proof of yellow fever vaccination if you are travelling from a country with a risk of yellow fever. As with other vaccinations, be sure to have this recorded on your International Certificate of Vaccination for presentation at Customs.
As you would expect, it is illegal to take ancient stone sculptures from the Angkor period out of the country. Those attempting to do so will find themselves on the receiving end of punitive justice.
In 2015, Cambodia clarified its customs regulations duty-free products as follows:
Up to a maximum of 2 litres of any kind of alcohol may be carried by a single passenger
Up to 200 cigarettes; 50 cigars or 200 grams of rolling tobacco
Perfume and cosmetics
Up to a maximum of 350 mililitres
Travellers arriving in the country by air would do well to remember that alcohol and cigarettes are up sale at prices well below duty-free rates inside airport terminals on the streets of Phnom Penh, where a branded box of cigarettes costs $13 and up and international spirits can be snapped up at $7+ a litre.
One-month single-entry visas cost $55 and take two days to process in Phnom Penh, or one day via the Vietnamese consulate in Sihanoukville.
The majority of visitors can obtain a visa on arrival for between $30 and $42 and
With the exception of a handful of countries, most visitors heading to Thailand do not need a visa.