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Plan Your Trip to Cambodia

Travelling to Cambodia is not difficult, but you have to plan in advance, what you should know before going Cambodia. Below are some essential information which is useful before you travel including Visa information, Transportation, Getting In and Getting Out, Events and Festivals and more...

Essential Information

Essential Information is providing information about Getting In and Getting Out of the Kingdom,  Visa, Custom, Airport Taxes and Passport formality and  Royal Embassy of Cambodia Abroad and more...

General Infomation

General information including Clothing, Communication, Learn Khmer, Time and Currency and more....

Get In and Get Out

Cambodia is served by an increasing number of flights from neighboring countries to both Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, though the best choice is from Bangkok in Thailand. There are now five overland crossings open to foreigners, two from Thailand, and two from Vietnam and one from Laos. Even if you have obtained a Cambodia visa before entry, it is essential to obtain an entry stamp in your passport when crossing overland, as failure to do so will cause serious problems when you come to leave the country.


From Bangkok, there are regular daily flights to Phnom Penh, taking around an hour, with Cambodia Angkor Airways, Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways; the last of these offers slightly cheaper fares than the other two, but can't be booked from outside the region. Bangkok Airways and Siem Reap Airways also fly daily to Siem Reap, with slightly higher frequency in the high season of December to February. The Cambodia Angkor Airways (National Ariline) will be operating this flight soon.

Overland trips to Cambodia from Thailand have increased in popularity and are well publicized in Bangkok, particularity on the Khao San Road, where travel agents try to sell their Bangkok-Siem Reap trips by alleging that doing the trip independently entails various problems (dealing with Cambodian border officials, sorting out onward transport, etc). In fact, it's straightforward enough to do the journey by public transport, and the convenience of using one of these private firms can be offset by much waiting around until the required number of passenger's turns up. Though most of these companies are reputable, a small minority of travelers has reported being ripped off over visas, and even being left for hours at the border waiting for onward transport; therefore it's worth asking fellow travelers of staff at your guesthouse about companies they would recommend or avoid.

The Aranyaprethet/Poipet border crossing is ideal if you want to start your visit to Cambodia in the north at Battambang and Siem Reap, while Trat/Koh Kong is good for Sihanoukville and Phnom Penh. From Bangkok, you can reach Aranyaprathet by train (7hr) or by air-con bus (4hr); there are also air-con buses to Trat 95hr). Both borders are open daily (7am-5pm) and visas are issued on arrival. From Poipet, onward transport by shared taxi or pick-up is readily available to Sisophon ( for Siem Reap) and daily boats from Koh Kong to Sre Ambel (for Phnom Penh) and to Sihanoukville. Poipet is in fact derelict, the nearest train station being at Sisophon.


There are several regular daily flights to Phnom Penh and to Siem Reap from Ho Chi Minh City, operated by Vietnam Airlines and Royal Phnom Penh Airways. Border crossing are open to foreigners at Moc Bai/Bavet, 200km southeast of Phnom Penh, and at Chau Doc on the Bassac River, through note that Cambodian visas are not issued at either crossing point. From Bavet, it's easy to get shared taxis to Phnom Penh (6hr); though the road has been in appalling condition, the journey time should be reduced when repairs are completed at the beginning of 2003. If you've crossed over at Chau Doc, you may be able to get a motor the 60km to Phnom Penh, but given River, it's easier to take a short motor ride to the Mekong village of K'am Samnar, where you can get a boat north to Neak Leung (3hr), 37km east of Phnom Penh and connected to the capital by bus and shared taxi.

Note that only Cambodians and Vietnamese are permitted to cross east of Kep, despite assurances to the contrary from Sihanoukvill's Vietnamese consulate.

Cambodia-Vietnam crossing border:

  1. Bavet International Check Point (Svay Rieng Province) / Moc Bai, Vietnam
  2. Kha Orm Sam Nor International Check Point (Kandal Province) / Ving Xuong, Vietnam ("Chau Doc crossing") 
  3. Tropeang Sre International Check Point (Kratie Province) / Hoa Lu, Binh Phuoc Province, Vietnam
  4. Prek Chak International Check Point (Kampot Province) / Xa Xia, Vietnam (Ha Tien crossing)
  5. Phnom Den International Check Point (Takeo Province) / Tinh Bien, Vietnam 
  6. Oyadav International Check Point (Rattankiri Province) / Le Tanh,Gia Lai Province, Vietnam 
  7. Tropieng Phlong International Check Point (Kampong Cham Province) / Xa Mat, Vietnam
  8. Banteay Chakrey International Border Check Point (Prey Veng Province) / Dinh Ba, Vietnam
  9. Samrong International Check Point (Svay Rieng Province) / My Quy Tay, Long An Province, Vietnam


Laos Aviation and Vietnam Airlines operate daily flights from Vientiane to Phnom Penh, with stops in Siem Reap on Tuesday and Fridays; sometimes there's also an unscheduled stop in Pakxe.

Adventurous travelers may wish to try the crossing between Voeng Kham by boat or Dong Khon (Parkse) by land, and the Cambodian town of Stung Treng. Visa can be obtained at Dong Krolar border check point - Cambodia side with feee of 20usd. This will take about 6 to 7 hour to reach Phnom Penh city by bus or taxi.


Events and Festival


  January 01 (Tue) - International New Year Day
  January 07 (Mon) - Victory Day Over Genocidal
  February 19 (Tue) - Meak Bochea Day
  March 08 (Fri) - International Women’s Day
  April 14 15, 16 (Sun, Mon, Tue) - Khmer New Year Day (Choul Chhnam Khmer)
  May 01 (Wed) - International Labor Day
  May 13, 14, 15 (Mon, Tue, Wed) - Royal Birthday of the King Sihamoni
  May 18 (Sat) - Visak Bochea Day
  May 20 (Mon) - Day of Remembrance
  May 22 (Wed) - Royal Ploughing Day
  June 01 (Sat) - International Children Day
  June 18 (Tue) - Royal Birthday of the King Mother Monineath Sihanouk
  September 24 (Tue) - Constitutional Day
  Sep 27, 28, 29 (Fri, Sat, Sun) - Pchum Ben Day
  October 15 (Tue) - Commemoration Day of King Norodom Sihanouk
  October 23 (Wed) - Paris Peace Agreement Day
  October 29 (Tue) - Royal Coronation of the King
  November 09 (Sat) - Independence Day
  Nov 10, 11 , 12 (Sun, Mon, Tue) - Water Festival and Moon Festival and Boat Racing
  December 10 (Tue) - International Human Rights Day
Travel Maps

This will provide you the Cambodia Map, Siem Reap Map, Phnom Penh Map, Sihanoukville Map, Angkor Complex Map and more...



Cambodia is served by an increasing number of flights from neighboring countries. Currently Cambodia has three airports receiving international flights; the Phnom Penh International Airport, the Siem Reap International Airport and the Sihanoukville International Airport. These airports receive direct flights from more than a dozen, mostly east Asian cities. Cambodia Visas are available on-arrival at Phnom Penh and Siem Reap airports only for most nationalities ($30 for a tourist visa, $35 for business visa.) The Phnom Penh International Airport is about 10 kilometers or 35-45 minutes from down town. The Siem Reap International Airport is only 5 kilometers or 15 minutes to town center. The Sihanoukville International Airport is only 20 kilometers or 30 minutes to city center. There are always taxis, tuk-tuks and motodups awaiting and available for arriving passengers. There are only three cities in the Kingdom of Cambodia have domestic air services: Phnom Penh city, Siem Reap city and Sihanoukville.


There are a many of bus companies providing transportation between Phnom Penh and the provinces that have better road and connect with Phnom Penh. All buses are air-conditioned and equipped with Video TV, Wi-Fi. The average travel speed of the buses is about 80 kilometers per hour. Bus stations are mostly located around Phsa Thmey (New Central market) area and Riverside.

The cheapest option to travel in Cambodia is to travel using the bus. The buses in Cambodia has 2 types, called local/city buses, which often make trips between short distances and vip buses, which often make long journeys. The latter tend to be comfortable and best of all is that you get the option to travel at night, which are called the sleep/night bus. There are many bus companies are offering this night bus.

Giant Ibis Transport

Giant Ibis Transport

Is an "Affordable Luxury" bus service especially for travelers  who desire comfort, safety, internet access en-route, and helpful English-speaking staff. Giant Ibis Transport are now recognised at the top of our Species Champions' Roll of Honour and the story about the collaboration between BirdLife International and Giant Ibis Transport also widely announce. Proving bus between Phnom Penh - Siem Reap and Phnom Penh - Sihanoukville with Luxury Bus.

Phnom Penh: 3E0, Road 106, Sangkat Doun Penh, Khan Doun Penh
Siem Reap: Nº 252, Phum Viheachen, Sangkat Svay Dangkum
Sihanoukville: Street to Sokha Beach, Group 5, Sankat 4, Sihanoukville City

Mekong Express Limousine Bus

Is a Cambodia company and commenced operation in 2002. Mekong Express is the leading and fastest growing passenger transport bus company in Cambodia. Mekong Express operates daily schedule, services to major destinations in Cambodia and also cross border service to Vietnam. from the outset, " Mekong Express " has a great reputation among the international travelers as a company has high level safety and rigid maintenance standard. Our vehicles are sourced from Japan, of course, well known for comfortable ride on and highest mechanical quality control in worldwide. Since our inception, many other companies tried to copy our achievements, but would not success in this stage.
Address: #87 Eoz, St. Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Phnom Penh Soriya Bus (168)

Corner Street 217 and street 67, Phnom Penh 12209 Cambodia.

Cambodia Post VIP Van
Street 13 (corner of 102) Phnom Penh City, Kingdom of Cambodia.

Thero Express Van
#59Eoz, St. Paster (51), Sangkat Phsar Thmei 3, Khan Doun Penh, Phnom Penh City, Kingdom of Cambodia.

Capitol Tours

#14 Street 182, Phnom Penh 12258 Cambodia.

Transport company

Elephant Express Transport
Siem Reap : #18, N. St. 06, Banteay Chas Village, Slakram Commune, Siem Reap Province
Phnom Penh: #118, St. E0, SangKatt Pha Kandal, Khan Don Penh, Phnom Penh city 

Golden Bayon express
Phnom Penh: #3Eo-126 St. Phsar Tmey 1 Commune Don Penh District Cambodia
Siem Reap: #264 Wat Bor St. Wat Bor Village, Salakamrek Commune, Siem Reap Cambodia.

Phnom Penh City Bus

Phnom Penh City Bus is a municipal public transport system that serves Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. The system opened to the public in September 2014 with 3 lines, other lines have been gradually added over the next several years, as of 2018, 11 lines run throughout the city. The system covers Prek Pnov (North), Ta Khmao (South), Chbar Ampov (East), and Special Economic Zone (West), there are plans to stretch the network outward.

The fare for the public buses is KHR1,500 (USD0.37) per voyage irrespective of distance. Only local currency Riel is accepted. Senior citizens (age over 70), small children (under 1 meter), disabled, monks, teachers, students, factory workers (until September 2019) travel free as of 2018, though you must confirm your identity by wearing your student card, teacher card or working card before boarding.


There are eight boat companies currently providing services between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap and one boat company operating Phnom Penh to Chau Doc. Since there is limited numbers of passenger travel, boat companies are taking turn to cruise, one company a day. 7:00AM is the departure time and half hour shall be arrived prior to the departure. Ticket shall be bought at least one-day advance for the assured seat but it is also available at location. All boats are equipped with air-conditioner, toilet and Video TV.  Enjoy your ride, experience your journey with rooftop and you will have the benefit of spectacular scenery and see the true Cambodian villagers.

Boat Companies:

Khemara Express Boat: High Way No 5A In Front of Soksan Club: Tel: 023 430 777
Soon Ly Boat: Tel: 023 725 797/ 012 728 055

Channa Boat: Tel: 023 725 788

Royal Express Boat: Sangkat Sras Chork Khan Daun Penh, Road No 5. Tel: 023 725 538

Angkor Express Boat: Sisowath Squay International Phnom Penh Port. Tel: 023 426 892

Hang Chau Boat: Sisowath Squay International Phnom Penh Port. Tel: 012 883 542

Phnom Penh and Siem Reap

Departure Daily at 7:00AM, Journey will take about 5-6 hours and it will be extended depend on the water level.
$25.00 per ticket and you may find cheaper if buy at Travel Agent

Phnom Penh and Chau Doc

Departure Daily at 12:00, Journey will take about 4-5 hours, Operated by Hang Chau Boat Company, $25.00 - $35.00 per ticket
Departure Daily at 13:30, Journey will take about 4-5 hours, Operated by Blue Cruiser SpeedBoat Company, $35.00 per ticket. On Board Service included:  Hot Tea, Hot Coffee, Cookies, Cold Mineral Water, Small sweet Bananas, Wet towel.
Charter (private) boat is also available for this boat company. 

Taxi Meter is available in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap now. 

Uber ride-hailling apps - Finally, Uber came to Cambodia and started its service test in Phnom Penh. Uber accepted cash and credit card payment.

Choice Taxi (Yellow) - Phone: 023 888 023, 010 888 010

Global Taxi (White) - Phone: 023 222 688, 010 311 888. Was the first taxi company in Cambodia using taximeter. They usually offer an on-call 24/7 service, although sometimes they wait in tourist areas especially late at night.  The price starts at 4000 Riel (1 USD) and will take you 2km then you have to pay 400 Riel per km.

The taxi costs from 5$-7$ from the 20-50 minutes or 20$-30$ per day ride into and within the city center. Cheaper, faster and less comfortable, motorcycle taxis can be hired for $2 in town. For transfer from hotel to airport costs from 8$-10$ per way and you can find it at most hotels and travel agencies near by you.

At the moment, most tourists can find the easy way by taking the REUMORK (Tri-cycle motor) or Cyclo (Tri-cycle) at any where in city with cheap price. Cyclo is charged in cheapest price and it is most used by many tourists who wanted to visit city slowly.

For taxi to province, you can find it around Phsar Thmei (New Central market) or Phsar Deum Ker or at any travel agents.


The Royal Railway now is providing train from Phnom Penh to Takeo, Kampot and Sihanoukville and v.v every weekend Friday, Saturday, Sunday and major holidays. It is available only 74 - 76 seats for passengers. 

Train Schedules:

Phnom Penh - Takeo - Kampot - Sihanoukville:
Friday: 7:00 AM and 03:00 PM
Saturday and Sunway: 7:00 AM

Sihanoukville - Kampot - Takeo - Phnom Penh:
Saturday: 7:00 AM
Sunway: 7:00 AM and 04:00 PM

The train will take about 7 hours from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville or v.v

The schedules are subject to change without prior notice, so you must check with the company before you travel.

The ticket can be purchased at Phnom Penh in Railway Station with cost 6$ to Kampot and 7$ to Sihanoukville. Tickete office will be open from 08:00 till 16:30 each weekday and 06:00 to 12:00 each weekend. They are in the process to open up passenger sales at Takeo, Kampot and Sihanouk Ville soon.

Food and Drink

Khmer food is one of the major national identities that reflect the ways of life, thought, and mind of the Cambodian people which are hidden in the taste of consumption of meat dishes and sweet food. Cambodia has been rich in a variety of plants and crops since ancient times so that we could cook many types of foods suitable for each group of different people.

Food is one of our most basic needs. We cannot live without it. Food gives us the energy for everything we do - walking, talking, working, playing, reading, and even thinking and breathing. Food also provides the energy for our nerves, muscles, heart, and glands that need to work. In addition, food supplies the nourishing substances to our bodies requiring to build and repair tissues and to regulate body organs and systems.

Food is one of our most basic needs. We cannot live without it. Food gives us the energy for everything we do - walking, talking, working, playing, reading, and even thinking and breathing. Food also provides the energy for our nerves, muscles, heart, and glands that need to work. In addition, food supplies the nourishing substances to our bodies requiring to build and repair tissues and to regulate body organs and systems.

Amok Khmer Food

All living things must have food to live. Green plants use the energy of sunlight to make food out of carbon dioxide (a gas in the air) and water and other substances from the soil. Other living things depend on the food made by green plants. The food that people and other animals eat comes chiefly from plants or from animals that eat plants. Food does more than help keep us alive, strong, and healthy. It also adds pleasure to living. We enjoy the flavors, odors, colors, and textures of foods. We celebrate special occasions with favorite meals and feasts. Favorite vegetables include beans, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, celery, lettuce, onions, peas, potatoes, and sweet corn. Vegetables are commonly eaten during the main part of a meal. They may be served raw in a salad, cooked and served with a sauce, or added to a soup.


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