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I'm going to go ahead and guess that the missing stamp was not on purpose in an effort for further extortion, but I can't be 100% sure. I could not find mention of the stamp being missing for other travellers online like I could find for the extra $7. Worth noting, I also could not find any warnings or advice to check and make sure you got the stamp before ...


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I am a US citizen abd visited Siem Reap in December 2018. I got my visa on arrival. It took less than half hour. The process seemed very systematic and efficient. I carried a photograph for the application; I recommend that. Also carry US$30. Hope this helps.


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Another way we found to get rid of ripped notes is to find someone who has a bank account in Cambodia then simply put the ripped money into a cash machine that puts it into your bank account, and then take them out immediately. Also, I recommend checking the notes that cash machine gives, we were given ones that had small holes and mold on them, we then ...


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As far as I'm aware, in all three countries, any registration paperwork is the host's responsibility, not the visitor's. So while you can always ask about registration if you want to, it's the host, not you, who could (theoretically) end up on hot water if they don't. Note that in Thailand, long-term residents do have to register every 90 days or risk ...


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