On Sunday, Cambodia’s Prime Minister announced that the country would welcome vaccinated visitors without quarantine from today (November 15, 2021).
Visitors need to have a Covid-19 test performed not more than 72 hours before departure to the country (the type of test unclear) and have a rapid antigen test at the airport or land border.
Here’s an excerpt from the Phnom Penh Post:
Cambodia is lifting all quarantine requirements for vaccinated inbound travellers entering Cambodia by air, waterway or land border checkpoints effective from November 15.
Prime Minister Hun Sen confirmed the waiver of all quarantine requirements in two separate audio messages addressed to the nation on November 14, saying that anyone who has received a second Covid-19 vaccine shot of any sort can now enjoy travelling anywhere they want to across the entire Kingdom.
The prime minster based his decision on the fact that some countries that have much lower vaccination rates than Cambodia have already opened their borders to welcome visitors.
The order applies to all routes – airports, waterways and land border checkpoints with Thailand, Vietnam and Laos.
Before departing for Cambodia, passengers need to be sure to have proof of vaccination and a health certificate indicating that they tested negative for Covid-19 in the 72 hours prior to their flight.
The exact entry requirements are unprecise, and the Covid-19 travel information page on the relevant government website in Cambodia no longer exists. It is clear, however, that most, if not all, entry requirements have been lifted. It is unclear if you can do a rapid antigen test before the flight or if PCR-RT one is required.