CTT Transport is the best way into the South of Cambodia. This bus company charges a flat price of 10$ from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville, as well as from Phnom Penh to Kampot. For this price it provides a unique service that will ensure you will enjoy your trip through the beautiful fields of South Cambodia. Their good name among users will likely lead to bus being filled early, especially on weekends. Book CTT Tranport tickets with CamboTicket now!
Gold VIP is your perfect partner for bus trips in Cambodia. While serving the regular routes like Phnom Penh to Siem Reap and Phnom Penh to Battambang, they also have buses going to less busy destinations like Phnom Penh to Pursat, Koh Chang or Kompong Thom. These buses run daily and are very popular for both locals and expats. Book Gold VIP tickets with CamboTicket now!
Kim Seng Express is the pioneer of the buses running to Mondulkiri from Phnom Penh, but also offers transport to Siem Reap, Kampot and Kep. They have long been recommended as the best way to get to the elephants of Sen Monorom from Phnom Penh and they have experience running the routes they operate in. Book Kim Seng Express tickets with CamboTicket now!
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Golden Bayon is one the best companies taking you around Cambodia comfortably and for a wonderful price. They connect the 4 biggest cities in the Kingdom : Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Battambang and Sihanoukville, and are known for their cosy and brand-new mini van fleet. Their great price-quality balance make them one of the busiest bus lines in Cambodia, both for locals and expats. Book Golden Bayon tickets with CamboTicket now!
Laos is an incredible country to visit, so it is a shame that it is not easy to reach – until now! Regular buses cost at least 30$ one-way to the Laos Border, and from what we heard they are not good quality. For less than what a bus would have cost, we had our own mini-van, with a private driver at our disposal for more than 5 full days, taking us from Cambodia to Laos and back. Dream come true!
Speed Ferry Cambodia is the best and fastest way to take the ferry to Koh Rong and Koh Rong Samloem from Sihanoukville. You can now reach any of these island for only $20 return, and it takes only 45 minutes! CamboTicket is the easiest way to book your Speed Ferry to Koh Rong, and we guarantee the best price for our customers! Book Speed Ferry Cambodia tickets with CamboTicket now!
As a Cambodian company, we are committed to the development of our country. CamboTicket is proudly partnering with Friends-International, an NGO fighting to protect marginalised children and youth in Cambodia and helping them to contribute positively to our society.
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Being a new operator in this kind of travel, I was quite curious to try the PSD Xpress bus from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville, hoping to spend a relaxed weekend on a beach in Otres and runaway from the craziness in the capital during the Water Festival. I packed a small bag and started to cycle from my home half hour before the departure time, definitely the quickest way to travel through the traffic of Phnom Penh. In beginning I was having some problems of finding the PSD Xpress office due to not being a traditional bus station, rather looking more like a converted café (with quite a nice style, by the way). But on street 422 near the corner with street 63, where there is a huge orange gate, I spotted their orange logo on a glass door and soon was inside talking to their lovely staff.
To find the PSD Xpress office go to the corner of streets 422 and 63 and, in front of the big orange gate, try to spot a café called Melrose Ave with their logo on the glass door.
The process was very straightforward, I just had to show the e-ticket that I received from CamboTicket by email on my smartphone and everything was taken care of (a couple of trees somewhere in this world are thanking in this moment for not having to print the tickets.)
Then, quite unexpectedly, and due to have locked my bicycle in a nearby street lamp post with a big metal chain (like I always do), some of their staff told me it would be dangerous to leave it there, worrying that it’ll be stolen while I’m on the trip. And due to the space on the bus trunk for not having a lot of customers during that day, to my surprise they suggested to bring my bicycle free of charge, a pleasant idea that saved me a lot of money on tuk-tuks in my wanderings between Sihanoukville and Otres.
On the time of departure I boarded the bus and their staff (most of them with a very good level of english) offered me a tasty croissant from the Blue Pumpkin brand, a bottle of water and a wet tissue to refresh myself. Inside the bus the space for legs was more than enough, even for a tall person, and in addition to the AC, the smooth driving and their good suspensions (their bus looks quite new) it made the journey quite comfortable and chilled. Worth mention as well the electrical plugs available on every seat, perfect for any traveler with an always-dying smartphone battery or to use the laptop during the journey, a great way to forget about all the traffic we had to face while getting out of Phnom Penh.
The new and comfortable bus operated by PSD Xpress
In the end of the trip the bus dropped me in their office in Sihanoukville, in a very central location not far away from the main roundabout where is easy to walk or cycle to all the hostels and restaurants. And on the return journey their staff even offered me a PSD Xpress t-shirt from their brand due to having booked the trip online 🙂
If you are interested in travelling with PSD Xpress bus, below are their timings and costs, from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville and also from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap, other route served by their buses (click on the routes to be redirected to the respective booking pages).
Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville (departure at 10h and 14h, price: $11)
Sihanoukville to Phnom Penh (departure at 8.30h and 15h, price: $11)
Phnom Penh to Siem Reap (departure at 9h and 14.30h, price: $15)
Siem Reap to Phnom Penh (departure at 7.30h and 12h, price: $15)
Was definitely a pleasant trip to repeat more times… In case you also want to travel with PSD Xpress Cambodia from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville (or to Siem Reap) check CamboTicket website for booking and more info!
Being in the confusion of Bangkok for a while and starting to feel the need to explore something different? How about taking a bus directly from Bangkok to Phnom Penh and, in less than one day, mingle yourself in the Kingdom of Cambodia? Keep reading for a quick guide on how to do this trip hassle-free!