7 checkpoints between Cambodia and Thailand that tourist can enter to Cambodia

Coming to Cambodia, tourist can enter from different means, some tourists would love to enter Cambodia through flying, some would love to enter through sea gate, and also overland that one of the most gate entering of tourists to Cambodia. 

Entering Cambodia by overland is a great experiences, but it make you a little bit scare and tiring, and moreover, also take a long time traveling, but you will pay less if compare to other gate entrance.

So far tourists who have been to Cambodia, we found a lot of them have done from Thailand and headed to Cambodia through overland. 

Here are the 7 checkpoint that most of tourists entered through to Cambodia!

1. Poi Pet checkpoint

Poi Pet is a Cambodian town on the Thailand/Cambodia border, another international border checkpoint for travelers to enter Cambodia by land. It is a key crossing point between the two countries. Poi Pet is now supports Cambodia e-Visa. 

2. O'Smach checkpoint


O'Smach is on the Cambodian-Thai border, about 41 kilometers north of Oddar Meanchey provincial town. The town features a resort which includes a number of casinos, good restaurants and luxury hotels. The resort has been organized by the Royal Group and VIP Shop Group companies.
3. Along Veng checkpoint

Remote border crossing northwest of Siem Reap in Oddar Meanchey province, opposite Thailand's Si Saket province.
 
4. Preah Vihear checkpoint


This checkpoint was closed and reopened many times during Cambodian and Thai depute over Preah Vihear temple in the past but now it is reopen and allowed tourist pass through safely.

5. Pailin checkpoint


6. Lem checkpoint

7. Koh Kong checkpoint

Cham Yeam is an international border checkpoint which allows travelers to enter Kingdom of Cambodia from Thailand by land. Cham Yeam is located at the west of Koh Kong province and is the most direct access to Sihanoukville. Cham Yeam is one among the five valid entry ports for Cambodia e-Visa.

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