Siem Reap to Phnom Penh @ bus May 29, 2017

14 trips (THB 413 — 1,090)

From Siem Reap to Phnom Penh by bus

08:00
Siem Reap
14:00
Phnom Penh
6h
Instant
฿ 586
× 2 = ฿ 1,172
41 seats available
10:30
Siem Reap
16:30
Phnom Penh
6h
Instant
฿ 586
× 2 = ฿ 1,172
45 seats available

From Siem Reap Giant Ibis Main to Phnom Penh by bus

07:45
Siem Reap Giant Ibis Main
14:45
Phnom Penh Giant Ibis
7h
Instant
฿ 517
× 2 = ฿ 1,034
10 seats available
08:45
Siem Reap Giant Ibis Main
15:45
Phnom Penh Giant Ibis
7h
Instant
฿ 517
× 2 = ฿ 1,034
10 seats available
12:30
Siem Reap Giant Ibis Main
19:30
Phnom Penh Giant Ibis
7h
Instant
฿ 517
× 2 = ฿ 1,034
10 seats available

From Siem Reap Giant Ibis to Phnom Penh by bus

22:30
Siem Reap Giant Ibis
05:30
Phnom Penh Giant Ibis
7h
Instant
฿ 517
× 2 = ฿ 1,034
10 seats available
23:00
Siem Reap Giant Ibis
06:00
Phnom Penh Giant Ibis
7h
Instant
฿ 517
× 2 = ฿ 1,034
10 seats available
23:30
Siem Reap Giant Ibis
06:30
Phnom Penh Giant Ibis
7h
Instant
฿ 517
× 2 = ฿ 1,034
10 seats available

From Siem Reap Thero Express to Phnom Penh by bus

08:00
Siem Reap Thero Express
13:30
Phnom Penh Thero Express
5h 30m
฿ 413
× 2 = ฿ 826
12 seats available
09:00
Siem Reap Thero Express
14:30
Phnom Penh Thero Express
5h 30m
฿ 413
× 2 = ฿ 826
12 seats available
14:30
Siem Reap Thero Express
20:00
Phnom Penh Thero Express
5h 30m
฿ 413
× 2 = ฿ 826
12 seats available
16:00
Siem Reap Thero Express
21:30
Phnom Penh Thero Express
5h 30m
฿ 413
× 2 = ฿ 826
12 seats available

From Siem Reap Travel Mart to Phnom Penh by van

09:00
Siem Reap Travel Mart
15:00
Phnom Penh Travel Mart
6h
Instant
฿ 1,090
× 2 = ฿ 2,180
28 seats available

From Siem Reap Travel Mart to Phnom Penh by bus

17:00
Siem Reap Travel Mart
23:00
Phnom Penh Travel Mart
6h
Instant
฿ 1,090
× 2 = ฿ 2,180
48 seats available

How to get from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh

What about

Wide leafy boulevards, exquisite Buddhist temples and a beautiful riverside promenade – even if Phnom Penh cannot boast a lot of large-scale tourist attractions, it possesses its own special charm. Easily one of the least developed capitals of South East Asia, Phnom Penh is changing rapidly nowadays; new Western-style shopping malls and high-rises make their way to the city, and there are even air-conditioned public buses cruising its streets. You can have a look at the darkest years of Khmer history in Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum or venture further afield to the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek. But you can choose just to enjoy Phnom Penh’s – alas! – rapidly vanishing French flavour, indulge in world-wide cuisine offered in its fancy restaurants at half the price you pay anywhere else or absorb the local colours visiting markets and people-watching. There is an abundance of worth-seeing places of interest around Phnom Penh, easily explored during a day trip, including Phinom Chisor, a stunning example of the Angkorian period temples, or Koh Dach, the Silk Island, where you can witness the process of silk weaving and buy some of the finest textiles in Cambodia. All in all, architectural wonders, busy nightlife venues and shopping opportunities galore in Phnom Penh. It may not become your favourite city in Asia, but Phnom Penh definitely deserves a closer look.

From Siem Reap to Phnom Penh by bus

There is hardly another city or town in Cambodia – possibly Sihanoukville being the only exception – with such a wide choice of destinations on offer as Siem Reap. Buses to Phnom Penh leave throughout the day from several locations all over the capital; and prices and level of comfort vary a lot. Note that the majority of the operators use the main bus station in Siem Reap located four km out of town. If buying your ticket in a street agency, always inquire where from your bus departs.

Giant Ibis Transport is the best operator serving the route due to many factors, including the excellent safety record, insurance coverage for all passengers, free Wi-Fi and electrical outlets on board. The company uses its own bus terminal in Siem Reap behind the Angkor National Museum. It is located closer both to the Old Market area and Wat Bo Road where the majority of accommodation is found. To get to the Giant Ibis bus terminal, take a tuk-tuk (from USD1 to USD3) or use complimentary pick-up service – inquire in your hotel in advance.

There are at least four (in certain periods up to six) daily buses of Giant Ibis from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh. No matter which one you choose, tickets cost USD15. All buses take from 5½ hours to seven hours to reach the Phnom Penh.

Morning buses which leave Siem Reap at 7.45am, 8.45am and 12.30pm, make two pit stops en route: the first one is a short ‘bathroom’ stop and the second one is one-and-a-half-hour lunch stop. Note that there are no toilets on board of the morning buses, and lunch is not included into your ticket price. The buses themselves are standard big buses with air-conditioning and slightly reclining seats, so your trip in general should be quite ok.

Night buses are sleeper buses with two tiers of sleeping bunks. There are reading lights for top bunks, toilets and no entertainment program during your trip – you can have some rest, of course, if you manage to make yourself comfortable on a bunk which is frankly speaking is not an easy task at all! The advantage of taking a night bus lies in saving a few dollars on your hotel room. Besides, the night bus is the most convenient one if you are going to connect via Phnom Penh to other Giant Ibis’ buses to Kampot, Sihanoukville or Ho Chi Minh.

In Phnom Penh, Giant Ibis buses arrive to the company’s own bus terminal in 106 Street, close to the night market and the riverfront. If you have just a couple of hours to explore the capital before your next bus leaves, just go for a stroll along the magnificent riverfront promenade.

Connecting to other Giant Ibis buses

From Phnom Penh, you can connect to other Giant Ibis buses to Kampot, Sihanoukville or Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam.

From Siem Reap to Kampot via Phnom Penh

If you buy a joint ticket from Siem Reap to Kampot via Phnom Penh with 12go.asia, the system will offer three options.

10.30pm and 11pm night buses from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh connect to 8am bus to Kampot with a short two-hour stopover in Phnom Penh. The trip to Kampot from Phnom Penh lasts two and a half hours only, so you will arrive early enough to have the whole day ahead of you.

Normally you can get in time for the same 8am bus to Kampot even if arriving with the last 11pm bus from Siem Reap, but if you want to do it, you will have to buy separate tickets, as otherwise the system will offer to take the afternoon bus to Kampot at 2.45pm. This option is worth considering if you wish to spend a few hours visiting the Cambodian capital. You can leave your luggage at Giant Ibis bus terminal, have a stroll and then continue your journey to Kampot, arriving to your destination before dark.

In theory it is even possible to catch 2.45pm bus to Kampot if you leave Siem Reap with the first bus at 7.45am the same day as it normally reaches Phnom Penh at around 2pm; but 12go.asia does not recommend it as in case of even a minor delay you risk missing your next bus.

From Siem Reap to Sihanoukville via Phnom Penh

There are three buses a day by Giant Ibis from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville, all of them taking about four and a half hours to reach the seaside resort city. As in case with Siem Reap to Kampot, 12go.asia offers the shortest stopover in Phnom Penh: take any of the night buses from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh and then change to one of the morning buses from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville, which depart at 8am and at 9.30am. You can as well choose the bus which departs later – at 12.30pm – to have a quick look at the capital. Tickets cost USD15 and USD12 respectively.

If you arrive from Siem Reap with one of the morning buses, you will be obliged to spend the night in Phnom Penh and continue your journey to the coast the next day as there are no night buses between Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville.

From Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh via Phnom Penh

Important: Visa on arrival service is not provided at land border crossings in Vientam. Before buying your bus ticket to Vietnam, make sure you have already your Vietnamese visa or do not need one. Otherwise you will be refused transportation.

If buying a joint ticket from Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh via Phnom Penh, you will be offered to take 10/30pm or 11pm night bus from Siem Reap (USD15) and then change to the first bus from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh at 8am (USD18). The last 11.30pm bus from Siem Reap connects to the afternoon bus to Ho Chi Minh (12/30pm), though in theory you can catch the morning bus to Vietnam, as well.

Similarly to Siem Reap to Sihanoukville case, you can opt for 12.30pm bus from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh instead to get a couple of hours for touring the capital. Leave your luggage at the Giant Ibis bus terminal and enjoy your morning in Phnom Penh. Please find more detailed information about the six-hour Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh leg here.

Getting around

If you have traveled at least a bit anywhere in Cambodia, you may have noticed that the Khmers know no modesty as far as the width of their roads is concerned. This local love for expansions makes Phnom Penh tough for covering on foot. Tuk-tuks and motorbike taxis are ubiquitous and plentiful; they are an affordable and easy way to get around the city. Expect to pay from USD1 to USD3 for a tuk-tuk ride, even less for a motorbike taxi.

Renting a scooter is also an option in Phnom Penh. Daily rates are about USD5. Note that helmets are a must, traffic is chaotic and accidents with casualties are not unheard of. Rent only if you are an experienced rider – we mean with some experience in Asian countries.

There are public buses in Phnom Penh. Tickets cost less than USD0.5 per trip. The most useful route is Line 03 which stops at the International Airport, Central Market and Night Market. Line 01 combined with some walking brings you to the Royal Palace and National Museum.

Further afield from Phnom Penh

Located literally in the heart of the country, Phnom Penh has good transport connections with all the other cities and towns around Cambodia and in the neighbouring countries. Apart from the already mentioned Kampot, Sihanoukville and Ho Chi Minh, some of the destinations which you can reach overland from Phnom Penh, include Poi Pet, Battambang, Koh Kong, Preah Vihear and Mondulkiri in Cambodia; Bangkok in Thailand; Vientiane and Pakse in Laos.

Passenger reviews out of total 1,673 passengers traveled with us on this route

At 12Go our operators offer three types of service:

Cheap, Fast, Good - but you can usually pick only two of them!
Cheap & Fast won’t be Good. (e.g. buses from/to Khao San Road, local buses or 3rd class trains)
Cheap & Good won’t be Fast. (e.g. VIP trains in Thailand)
Fast & Good won’t be Cheap. (e.g. private limousine services, or VIP24 buses vs Express buses)

Make your choice! Please remember that though we are closely monitoring services, we are still an agency marketplace - meaning we focus on ticketing service and route availability / coverage rather than on factual seat recline angle you got today ^_^

★★★★★ May 21, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ May 18, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Best sleeper bus service I have had in Asia, felt much safer and more comfortable. My only complaint would be that it arrived an hour earlier than planned (5am instead of 6am) and we had to get off. It would have been nice to be able to sleep until 6am as most companies do!
★★★★★ May 15, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★★ May 14, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
The sleeping bus is very comfortable. I slept like at home on the whole trip
★★★★☆ May 13, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ May 5, 2017 (van Regional, Thero Express)
★★★☆☆ May 4, 2017 (van Regional, Thero Express)
★★★★☆ May 4, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ May 2, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Arrived too early: 5am instead of 6am. Could have slept 1h more!
★★★☆☆ May 1, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
the wifi only started to work just outside of phnom penh. this trip & my trip to siem reap both had cockroaches on the bus, the bus is in need of a spray.
★★★★★ Apr 30, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Very good service. Great value. Departed and arrived on time. 2 short and 1 longer stops meant the lack of an on board toilet wasn't a problem. Very smooth ride and helpful staff. The only small issue I had was the seats were quite hard for such a long journey but the stops helped to allow stretching my legs - I would recommend this route. The 12goasia booking process was painless and I love the light hearted wording of the Terms and Conditions :-)
★★★★☆ Apr 28, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★☆☆ Apr 27, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Bed length is just short of 6', not meant for tall people who don't want to bend legs while sleeping. Keep in mind that bus company is not responsible for snoring or smelly passengers.
★★★★★ Apr 27, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★★ Apr 26, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Bus was very comfortable and clean. Great aircon. Service departed on time and arrived early. Staff friendly, drivers drove safely and confidently. Online booking process was easy. Highly recommend, was a fantastic way to get from Siem Reap to Phnomh Penh.
★★★★★ Apr 25, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Night bus from Sien Reap to Phnom Penh - slept most of the way!
★★★★★ Apr 23, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★★ Apr 20, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
This was my first experience for night bus, it's so good. I can sleep since i lie on and i got deep sleep too. I waked when i arrived Phnompenh by not charging any my phone lol.
★★★★☆ Apr 15, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
The staff were very nice but the Wi-Fi wasn't good
★★★★☆ Apr 14, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
I slept splendidly on this bus. But the toilet was bad. No water whatsoever.
★★★★★ Apr 12, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ Apr 12, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
A good service: the bus was comfortable (a/c, reclining seats, big windows, wifi) and left on time and arrived 1 hour earlier than scheduled. Driver and assistant were friendly. It would be helpful though to provide information on the location of the bus station! - we couldn't find the address anywhere online and it's not provided when you book and get the e-ticket - our hotel and tuk-tuk driver weren't sure either but eventually the tuk-tuk driver figured it out. Also, the onboard commentary was vey hard to hear. It'd be good to have information at the beginning about the number of stops so passengers can plan their meals.
12Go response:

Dear Vicky Stanbridge

Thank you very much for your feedback. For future reference there is a link to the exact coordinates of the bus station in Google maps at the bottom of your ticket. We do this because addresses are not always reliable and sometimes non-existent in Cambodia.

★★★★★ Apr 6, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★★ Apr 3, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Really good
★★★★★ Mar 18, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Left exactly as scheduled at 08:45am, was a very smooth trip and have no real complaints. We arrived 45 mins early into PP after travelling from SR. the bus stoped 3 times along the way which we found a bit unnecessary as the gaps between the stops weren't too long. Overall very happy
★★★★☆ Mar 14, 2017 (van Regional, Thero Express)
★★★★★ Mar 11, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Great trip. Comfortable bus, plenty of leg room. Staff were friendly, kept us updated on the way.
★★★★☆ Mar 1, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Overnight bus from SR to PP itself was comfortable. Worse part was on disembarking at the office, bus driver emptied contents of the onboard toilet next to luggage,office, seating for passengers. Really disgusting practice. Worth noting for the passengers with onward journeys, cafe called Titanic 50m up the street next to river, does a mean red curry noodle for breakfast plus has comfy chairs, WiFi, toilets
★★★★☆ Feb 16, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★★ Feb 9, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Reliable!
★★★★★ Feb 7, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
This was an excellent value for money trip. The bus was modern and clean with good AC The crew were excellent and helpful, including the staff at each bus station. WiFi was the only disappointment.
★★★★☆ Feb 7, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Buses fairly comfortable, perfectly on time, but not so good Wi-Fi.
★★★★☆ Feb 4, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
It was a good experience travelling on the bus pros: 1.beds made our trip comfortable and felt good after the trip not feeling tired 2.On time and reached Phnom Penh on time which allowed us to have enough time to refresh our self to go on the planned tour on the same day cons: 1. Toilet was not good water was spilling out (may be to the jerk of the bus) & the door was hard to open/close 2. If bus driver & helper should have known bit of English would have made our life easy 3.Stopped for break where there is no proper restaurant & when asked driver or the helper did not utter a word why the stop was made anyway overall it was a good experience
★★★★★ Feb 3, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ Feb 1, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
The us has wifi, a toilet and a bed for each passenger which made it a very comfortable ride
★★★★★ Jan 15, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Bus is comfortable, stops three times.
★★★★★ Jan 11, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ Jan 8, 2017 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Amazing beds and very comfy. I'm glad we took it at night else my friends and I would have suffered from the butt-aching seats which we took the next day from Phnom Penh - HCM. The only bad thing is the toilet door is very hard to close and it is very disturbing. Overall, it is a good experience.
★★★★★ Jan 7, 2017 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★★ Dec 23, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ Dec 13, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★☆☆ Dec 10, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★★ Nov 7, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Great busses. The beds were comfortable
★★★★☆ Nov 6, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ Nov 1, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Good trip, on time, clean, price was good, good driver and staff, I would recommend Giant ibis. I have used them before and will use them again.
★★★☆☆ Sep 28, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Toiletes doesn't work, there was so cold place. But it's a practic way to move.
★★★★★ Sep 6, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ Sep 2, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★★ Sep 1, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Great Service, in time, friendly drivers
★★★★☆ Aug 31, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ Aug 17, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
We arrived soo much early, at 5 am in the morning and leaved at 11pm. Hotel and live in the city was sleeping ;)
★★★★★ Aug 9, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Bus with air con, wifi, and also you could plug your devices. Good to make the travel to Phnom Pehn and rest a little bit during the trip
★★★★☆ Aug 1, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Great trip, no problems.
★★★★★ Jun 23, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Great, just as good as expected. The bus even arrived an hour before scheduled arrival. I would recommend this bus company to you.
★★★★★ Jun 3, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
We have had a VERY pleasant trip from Siem reap to Phnom Penh, with wifi, airco and snacks on board! Also had a VERY Nice lunch...day after tomorrow we will Travel to HCM Vietnam, hope it will be the same!
★★★★★ May 18, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
I had a good trip with this company, thanks you so mucho for everything!
12Go response:

Thank you for your rating and review, truly appreciated! We are glad that you are satisfied with the transport service. We are looking forward to serve you once again in your future trips!

★★★★★ May 6, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Comfortable Great service On time Best bus I have travelled so far
12Go response:

Thank you very much for your review indeed.
Hope you have a nice trip and will be back to use our website again in the near future.

★★★★☆ Apr 23, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ Apr 3, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Slept almost all the way. Comfortable trip and very safe driving
★★★★★ Mar 29, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport)
★★★★☆ Mar 13, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Efficient helpfull Comfortable Good Service
★★★★☆ Mar 4, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Night bus was ok for me, not that much for my husband who is quite tall. It's quite comfortable, down side was the company escort whose phone rang few time during the night and he didn't think to put it on vibrate. We got in Phnom Penh half an hour in advance... for once I would have appreciated being a little late to sleep a little bit more ;) Personnel very helpful and nice both in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.
★★★★★ Feb 4, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Booking the bus on the website was so easy & you get to choose your own seats. After hearing horror stories about the buses in Cambodia we were pleasantly surprised, the service was brilliant & exceeded our expectations & would recommend giant ibis to anyone travelling around Cambodia. The bus looked new, kept in excellent condition with leather seats & wifi that worked. You also got a bottle of water and a chocolate crossiant on the early bus. We had X3 stops, which included one for lunch. Even though you pay a couple of dollars more for the giant ibis in comparison to the other companies we would say this was definitely worth it especially after hearing a few other travellers experiences.
★★★★☆ Jan 6, 2016 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Clean coach, guide's englishvery poor and unable to communicate but got us there safely and on time.
★★★★★ Jan 3, 2016 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
Good overnight ride in sleeper bus. Roads are bit bumpy, so it's a bit hard to sleep :) Also bus delayed for 50 minutes. But overall everything is OK :)
★★☆☆☆ Dec 30, 2015 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
The bus is fine however we were in the first two seats just behind the driver. It seems that these seats have less legroom than those behind it, making it a pretty uncomfortable ride for us (we're around 6'1''). There was also a mix up with the booking. It seems the tickets we bought through 12go asia had already been sold. Luckily there were two other seats available even though these ended up being the less desirable front seats.
★★★☆☆ Dec 9, 2015 (bus Universe Luxury, Giant Ibis Transport) :
The trip was ok, bumpy on a road half paved, the driver and helper were great... when i booked online, the map they provided for pick-up was the wrong station-- they gave the night-bus station, so i had to pay for an additional tuk-tuk ride to the correct Ibis bus station. If i travel this way again, i will take the river speed boat for twice the money, or fly for a bit more. otherwise, i survived!
★★★☆☆ Nov 12, 2015 (bus Kia Grandbird, Giant Ibis Transport) :
I am in Phonm Penh next 2 days. Please mail me on shyamal_basu@hotmail.com!! I lost my expensive pen on the bus. Nobody mailed or called me if they found it.

News @ Phnom Penh

19 May 2017

Cambodia’s recently launched JC International Airlines has announced a new route to Thailand. The airline is all set to launch services between Phnom Penh and Bangkok Don Mueang Airport on 6 June 2017.

15 May 2017

A spokesperson for the Japan International Cooperation Agency says a delayed viability study for a Phnom Penh skytrain will now begin in August. JICA Cambodia program-officer Chin Kimheang told reporters recent talks between senior ministers meant the feasibility study was now back on the agenda.

27 April 2017

Civil Aviation Authorities in Vietnam have put the finishing touches to a proposal to upgrade Ho Chi Minh City’s Airport. The CAA has submitted a final draught to the Transport Ministry to carry out an expansion which will increase annual passenger capacity by 15 million.