Phnom Penh International Airport is the largest airport in Cambodia, and is located 10km west of the capital city. It is one of three international airports in the country, along with those in Siem Reap and Sihanoukville.
The airport is split into two terminals: one for international flights and one for domestic flights. As well as flights to neighbouring countries, airlines also fly to Japan, Korea and Russia from Phnom Penh.
A visa on arrival is available for New Zealand passport holders, but you will also need a passport-sized photo and to pay the US$30 fee (payable in US dollars only). It's a good idea to bring your own pen to fill in the forms too.
The international terminal has both ATMs and currency exchange booths where you can get both US dollars and Cambodian riel. As a general rule, locals prefer to accept American dollars but will give small change in riel. As the national currency, riel is accepted universally, but because of the large denominations (it's roughly 4000 riel to US$1), carrying this sort of money can make it hard to close your wallet.
Duty free purchases can be made at the airport, but prices are usually cheaper when you get into Phnom Penh. Alcohol can be found for around half the price in local supermarkets.
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Please note: all information is correct as of September, 2016.