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Transportation in Cambodia

Getting to Sihanoukville


Unless you're coming from Siem Reap or Phnom Penh on a charter flight, you're not flying into Sihanoukville.

From the Thai border, you can enter Cambodia from Trat (Hat Lek) into Koh Kong, Cambodia, and take a bus or taxi to SihanoukVille. About $15 or less for a bus or shared taxi.

From Phnom Penh, busses and cars leave several times a day. Busses leave from 7am until 2:30pm. Prices are $4 - $7. The ride is 4.5 - 6 hours.

See the bus schedules:

Cars leave from the Central Market in Phnom Penh near Monivong street, and are about $55 for a whole car, or $7 per passenger. (note: if you want a comfortable ride, buy the whole front seat for $14, they usually pack 2 people in the passenger seat.). About 4 hours to SihanoukVille.

And from Kampot, by car, bus or motorcycle. It's $3 - $8 and a 90 minute ride.

Another option, is a cruise ship. From the ship, you can see Sihanoukville for a day or more.

Helicopter flights also available to town from all over Cambodia..

Motorcycle Taxis

The main form of transportation around town is by motorcycle taxi. You can find one anywhere, anytime. Just look for a guy sitting on a motorcycle with a baseball cap. (if he doesn't ask you first). Rides around town are from 25 cents to a dollar, and you can usually get 2 passengers on one motorcycle. Most trips are only a few minutes, but you can hire a motorcycle to take you outside of town as well. Nighttime, prices go up a bit, and for more than one passenger, prices go up as well. You should agree to the price for your trip in advance.

Tuk Tuks, famous in Thailand are all around town now. These are carts, holding up to 4 people, (12 if you cram in) pulled by a motorcycle. Prices are around $5 for 4 people around town.

Rent a Motorcycle

If you want to drive a motorcycle in town now, you must have a valid Cambodian driver's license, a current tax sticker on your motorcycle, and the correct ownership papers as well. Also, you need to wear a helmet. You will possibly be stopped and have your motorcycle confiscated if not following the correct procedures. Cambodians can, and do, start driving at 7 years old and don't need a license. Many tourist choose to rent motorcycles without all the paperwork, and usually there is no problem. You will need to leave your passport with the company renting the motorcycle.. Note: there is no insurance available here, and medical facilities are lacking. Also, be sure to lock your motorcycle up when parking.

Traffic drives on the Right side of the road here. See the Travel Info page for more details

Local licenses take about a month to process and cost $40+ and you must send in your current valid driver's license. Takes about a month to get. Contact Ana Internet for more details

Car

Cars can be rented by the half day or full day with driver. You must have a valid Cambodian driver's license if you want to drive yourself. Traffic travels on the right side of the road, and the steering wheel is (usually) on the left side of the car.

Ana Travel also can help. Or, you can rent a car with driver for about $35/day. Steung Hauv is a popular destination for a day trip by car, as well as Ream National Park and the K'bal Chay waterfalls.

Walking & Biking

If you see someone walking down the street, it's probably either a tourist or someone selling something.... Local people here rarely walk. The walk from downtown to most beaches is a half hour, (3 minutes by car or motorcycle) and you can walk around downtown in less than an hour. A few places have bicycles for rent. You can also get electric bicycles, which do not require a driver's license.

By Boat

From any beach or hill in town, you can see islands. Most of the beach places and guesthouses can arrange day trips, overnight trips, scuba diving, snorkeling, and island trips. The day trips to the islands with snorkeling and breakfast and lunch generally cost about $15 and up.

Day Trips Unless you're taking a boat, motorcycles, bicycles, tuk tuks, and cars are the only option to get outside of town. There's many nice sights outside of town, but you gotta get there somehow. G'Day Mate Kampot Service can help get you there also if you have a group. Ana Travel can also arrange tours. You can rent a car with driver, for about $35/day.

Leaving already? Car, bus, boat, motorcycle, bicycle. That's it. (except for the guys that walked 6 days to Phnom Penh). Cars and busses leave for Phnom Penh several times a day from the bus station starting at 7am. To Thailand, a minibus to Koh Kong. And to Kampot or Kep, by car. If you have your own motorcycle, you can go most anywhere.