Giant Ibis is one of the more prominent and trusted operator in the Cambodian market. The company operates on a wide variety of routes and provides its travelers very comfortable, well maintained coaches with some hint of luxury amenities.
The company enjoys a good reputation for its safety standards, punctual operations and English speaking staff. While the fares they offer are higher than standard for comparable routes, they manage to regular patronage from travelers due to their upmarket image and their operation standards. It covers most of the popular tourist destinations within Cambodia and also covers routes from Ho Chi Minh to Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh to Siem Reap.
You can book return bus tickets from Giant Ibis including popular routes like Phnom Penh to Siem Reap, Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh, Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville, Phnom Penh to Kampot among other routes.
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Kampot is a capital town of Kampot province of Cambodia. It is a home to Bokor National Park. Other main things to explore are the verdant coasts east towards Vietnam, including Kep, and several superb cave-temples. The province’s economy has a great contribution of salt and pepper production, fishing, fruit growing (particularly Durians) and of course tourism. Kampong Trach is the district that borders Vietnam.
The city is famous for its relaxing riverside setting. Must see things Bokor Mountain, Kampot River and surrounding hills. The town’s architecture is pleasantly provincial, old and heritage as it still holds some of its colonial buildings. Its newly renovated market is also a visiting place.
Other attractions include Teuk Chhouu, a place for swimming, tubing and relaxing, and Phnom Chhnork, a ride to caves.
The province is also famous for its beaches, Kep beach, being the most popular beach in the area. Get yourself relaxed and eat some great seafood on the sea side. Second one is Doung Beach, comparatively small than beach in the Kep. Some other interesting things would be countryside tours that often include visits to the caves, a pepper plantation, Kep, Rabbit Island, Kampong Trach and a sunset cruise on the Kampong Bay River. And last but not the least, Kampong Trach. One can hire moto-dop and tuk-tuk or rent a motorcycle to roam within the city and to the surrounding areas.
Reaching Kampot is relatively easy by bus from Phnom Penh and it takes around 2 to 3 hours. Giant IBIS, Kampot Express and Kimseng Express have buses leaving to Kampot from Phnom Penh on regular intervals daily. Buses start from the respective bus stops of each bus operator in Phnom Penh and terminate in the central Kampot. To check all the bus schedules and fares across the bus operators and book your tickets, please visit the home page.Read more