I have been recently been informed now that doing a land crossing from Cambodia to Thailand you are only allowed two crossing's on (entry stamp's) per year, holding a Cambodian visa in your passport.
But allowed a third time of 12 hours if you have a flight out of Bangkok.
I have also been informed that since the Thai king died. Thai visas are free (obtained from the Thai embassy) in Phnom Penh. Apparently now available until August. Obtaining a visa you may cross has many times has you wish.
1st; nothing to do with a Cambodian stamp
EVERYONE Is allowed 2 visa exempt land entries/year from Malaysia,Laos,Burma or Cambodia, no more no less and know idea where u heard the 12 hour thing as its BS
There is NO LIMIT on visa exempts flying in but they will ask after a few forsure
FREE 60 days tourist visas till end of August. (nothing to do with thai king, but a loss of tourists and the thais thinking that saving someone $40 will make them visit Thailand LOL) but in Cambodia if u use an agent they will charge you (my gf got hit for $20 3 weeks ago)
After a certain number of tourist visas ( seems around 4 or 5 in a row) u will be stopped and questioned and maybe asked to show a ticket out and or 20,000 baht
Edited by phuketrichard, 08 March 2017 - 04:13 PM.