We are travelling as a family of four. Our passports are European (Lithuanian).
I was planning on flying one way and then staying until 'I had enough' of Cambodia (maybe 6 months maybe more) and then head for Laos or Vietnam. Plan is to get Visas on Arrival (E), and then extend them for 3-6 months...
Cambodian immigration website does list onward tickets as requirement and, I recently had a 'revelation' that I need to have return or onward tickets in most countries, (I have been checked for visas and fly-onward tickets when boarding EVA Air in Heathrow)...
- A completed visa application form
- A Passport with at least 6 months validity
- One recent photograph (2 inches x 2 inches)
- Appropriate visa fee (US $35)
- Important: In order to be admitted into the country, tourists may need to demonstrate that they have sufficient funds for their stay and a return ticket.
Must I have return or onward tickets when boarding to fly to Cambodia (Phnom Penh)? Or this is never checked by airlines (AirAsia) nor immigration?