Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville
From most places within Cambodia, you will have to go through Phnom Penh (PP) to get to Sihanoukville, or at least this will be the easiest, cheapest and fastest way. The exception to this is if you’re coming from the Kampot area or Koh Kong. If you’re coming from PP, you have various options to get to Sihanoukville. National Route #4 to Sihanoukville is a paved and smooth, fast, easy road.
You can visit our Phnom Penh office to arrange all your diving before heading to Sihanoukville
There are currently 2 flights a week to Sihanoukville. Please check with a travel agent or go to Cambodia Angkor Air
We can organize a taxi or minibus pick-up for you from the airport after you arrive or from your hotel in Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville. Cost: taxi around $60, mini-bus around $85.
There are several bus companies running from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville, wehave listed a few for you which we think are doing an okay job. Cost around $10.
Giant Ibis Transport Offering deluxe buses and mini buses from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville, New, advanced design buses, seat belts, free wifi, snack, TV, guide. Giant Ibis has been receiving excellent reviews from customers for their comfort, safety and reliability. #3, Street 106, on the riverfront opposite the Night Market, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Tel: + (855) (0)23-999333 Giant Ibis
Capitol Open Tours PP Station: Corner Streets 111 / 182 Tel: +(855)(0)23-217627 Capitol Tours Cambodia
Phnom Penh Sorya Transport Phnom Penh Station: Near the southwest corner of Phsar Thmey, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Tel: +(855)(0)23-210359 Phnom Penh Sorya Transport
It is a 230 km, 4-5 hour trip on Route #4. Most cyclists rent 250cc off-road bikes for the trip. Rent motorcycles at Lucky Lucky or New New Motorcycle on Monivong, near Street 184 in Phnom Penh. Leaving Phnom Penh, follow Confederation de la Russie (Airport Road) south past the airport and out of town. At the Route #3/#4 fork roundabout just east of Phnom Penh (Chom Chao), bear right. National Route #4 to Sihanoukville is paved and smooth, fast, easy, and a relatively dangerous road: speeding taxis and reckless lorries are the norm. Slow down through the villages, watch for errant animals and oblivious children. Wear a helmet and bear in mind that medical help and rescueis a long way away in the countryside. Stop for a refreshment break at one of the many road side stands at Pich Nil near the half-way point.