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Cambodia, visa on arrival

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I have a Canadian passport and understand I can obtain a visa on arrival in Cambodia. Do I need to fill out visa application forms on arrivals? Is there anything I need to produce besides payment and a photo? How painless is the visa process? I have obtained VOAs in Nepal and Indonesia which were nothing but a pain in the you know what due to long lines, needing to queue to obtain the visa and then queue again for immigration - if the process in Cambodia is similar (ie, a pain in the rear end), I am thinking of applying for an evisa in advance.

Any info will be appreciated. Thanks.

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