From Bangkok to Angkor and Phnom PenhOfficial conditioned Linienbuse between Bangkok and Siem Reap Good news for all who want to travel from Bangkok to Angkor or Phnom Penh. Since this week, official, air-conditioned Linienbuse between Bangkok and Siem Reap as well as between Bangkok and Phnom Penh.
From Bangkok to Phnom Penh
The air-conditioned bus to Phnom Penh leaving the Mor Chit terminal at the Thai capital at 8:15 clock. For the approximately 719 km long route the bus takes about 11 hours. The price for a single ticket is about 23 euros. It goes back to Bangkok in the morning at 7:00 clock.
From Bangkok to Siem Reap / Angkor Wat
At 9 clock starts the bus in Bangkok and need for the 424 km long journey to Siem Reap around seven hours. Siem Reap is home to tourist attractions such as Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. The price for a single ticket is about 20 euros. The bus to Bangkok starts in Siem Reap at 8:00 clock in the morning.
The buses are operated by the state Bussgesellschaft "Transport Co", which stops at the Lao capital Vientiane and Pak Se in southern Laos.
For German nationals is for Cambodia passport and visa requirements
All buses on the immigration checkpoint Sa Kaeo. At the border crossing Sa Kaeo a visa on arrival may be requested. It could, for example, the Cambodian embassy to apply for prior to departure in a Cambodian diplomatic mission, a visa.
For current safety and information about traveling to Cambodia I recommend the side of the Foreign Office
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Short(Time)-Stories aus Thailand für Sextouristen (German Edition)
So I travel during the summer2011-01-02 18:06:27 by Pandonia
For half my vacation and I started in SE Asia to Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and left from Bangkok Thailand (but didn't spend much time in Thailand). Second trip was in central america to Guatemala, Belize, Honduras and left through El Salvidor (again not a lot of time there). Third trip was in the ME, Turkey, Syria, Jordan and Egypt, most of the time in Egypt.
If you're curious about any of that, lemme know!
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