Cambodia lifts flight suspensions for Malaysia, the Philippines and Indonesia
Cambodia has lifted bans on flights from Malaysia, the Philippines and Indonesia after almost 15 months. Read More » It relaxed the ban on October 23 as part of efforts to restart the travel sector and the economy. The Khmer Times reported the government also had reopened its e-visa program but had yet to restart its system of granting visas on arrival. The newspaper said the Cambodian Health Ministry had drawn up new guidelines on quarantine requirements for various categories of overseas arrivals. The guidelines required fully vaccinated travelers to quarantine for seven days and provide a US$1,000 deposit to pay for the expenses incurred during their stays in designated hotels, the newspaper said. Malaysia Airlines is reportedly working towards resuming service, allowing travellers to fly to Cambodia direct from Kuala Lumpur rather than through Singapore.