Mộc Bài is an international border gate between Vietnam and Cambodia located in Tây Ninh Province, Vietnam. Its counterpart across the border is the Bavet border gate, Svay Rieng Province, Cambodia. As it is located on the main highway between Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh, the border crossing is one of the busiest land entry points into Vietnam.
The border crossing is part of the Trans-Asia Highway connecting Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh City. In Vietnam, the border crossing is on Vietnam's National Highway 22 which goes through Củ Chi to Ho Chi Minh City 70 km away.
Besides the conventional visas for entering Vietnam, the checkpoint is also an entry point for Vietnamese Evisas.
The Mộc Bài economic zone (BQL Khu kinh tế cửa khẩu Mộc Bài) is 21,284 hectares in area, and is included in Bến Cầu and Trảng Bàng districts, Tây Ninh Province. This area is 70 km from Ho Chi Minh City and 170 km from Phnom Penh.
- Erik Harms Saigon's Edge: On the Margins of Ho Chi Minh City 2011 Page 90 "This section of National Highway 22 was being upgraded into the Vietnam section of the Trans-Asia Highway, the Xuyên Á. It continues past Củ Chi to the border post at Mộc Bài in Tây Ninh province and eventually on to distant Phnom Penh, ...
- "Danh Sách Cửa Khẩu Cho Phép Người Nước Ngoài Nhập Cảnh, Xuất Cảnh Bằng Thị Thực Điện Tử (List Of Ports That Allowed Foreigners Enter And Exit Vietnam By Vietnamese E-Visa)". Vietnam Immigration Department. Retrieved 27 February 2019.
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