Traveling in the U.S.
Planning a Trip to the U.S.
There is a great deal of useful U.S. travel information on the internet, and a preliminary excursion in cyberspace will serve you well when you are ready to begin your journey in the real world.
"See You in the U.S.A." (PDF 1.6 MB) is an e-journal that brings together the information you need to make your trip to the United States as easy as possible.
For information on how to apply for visa to the U.S., click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Do I have to pay duty on monetary instruments, currency, checks, etc?
- Can I get general information on entering pets and/or wildlife into the United States?
- I am always being stopped for questioning and inspection when clearing Customs and Border Protection. What can I do about it?
- Can I bring in food as a traveler (fruit, cheese, meat, etc.)?
- Can I send store bought foods (i.e. chocolates, candies, canned goods etc.) as gifts to the U.S.?
- What can I travel with, take on the plane or put in my carry-on luggage or checked baggage?
- Can I travel with non-prescription medicines, or other products such as vitamins and health supplements?
Currently, there is no central office for tourist information either within the American Embassy in Phnom Penh, or elsewhere in Cambodia.
In case you need specific information, you can go to your local tourist agency or a public library.
Capital: Washington, D.C.
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