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Covid-19 update

posted Oct 23, 2020, 12:47 AM by Long Quoc Tran
Though Southeast Asian countries are faring very well in maintaining the spread of the Coronavirus, governments are still taking a very careful approach in regards to opening borders for international travellers. For most cruise destinations which we operate in, international arrivals are not allowed (except for special cases) and tourist visas are not being issued.

Vietnam: The issuance of visas and visa-free entries has been suspended. Until further notice, international inbound flights are not allowed to carry passengers to Vietnam (except foreign experts, investors and diplomats). Outbound international flights are offered by selected airlines only. Domestic travel within the country is permitted and without restrictions.
Cambodia: Visa-free entries have been suspended temporarily, though all other visas (including tourist, e-visa, visa-on-arrival) are being issued. International flights to and from Cambodia are available, but on a limited basis. All arriving foreign nationals must provide a Health Certificate within 72 priors to flight departure and enter a 14-day quarantine upon arrival. They must also provide proof of Health Insurance (with minimum of $50,000 USD coverage) and pay a deposit of $2,000 USD. Fees for Covid-19 testing and 14-day quarantine at a government certified location will be deducted from this amount.

Please note that travel restrictions are constantly changing. We strongly recommend validating official travel requirements with your embassy or consulate before making travel arrangements.

For the most part, both Vietnam and Cambodia have either closed their borders or placed heavy restrictions on international travel. the Jahan, therefore, has decided to close all departures in 2020.