Travelling in Cambodia
Transport in Cambodia
Taxis, Motors & Trains
Train Network
Buses in Cambodia
Travelling by Boat
General Information
Advice and Health
Visa Cambodia
Map of Cambodia
Provinces of Cambodia
Distance Chart Cambodia
Language of Cambodia
the King
the People
School & Public Holidays
Naga - Nagas
Khmer Rouge
Pol Pot
Pol Pot's Grave
Phnom Penh
Domestic Bus Schedule
Map of Phnom Penh
Russian Market
Central Market
Royal Palace
Hotels Phnom Penh
China Town
Casino NagaWorld
Kids City
Independence Monument
Wat Phnom
Genocide Museum
Killing Fields
Sorya Shopping Mall
Sovanna Shopping Mall
Dragon Water Park
Boat to Siem Reap
Hotels in Phnom Penh
 Angkor Wat
 Siem Reap
 Islands of Cambodia
 Tonlé Sap Lake
 Banteay Meanchey
 Kampong Cham
 Kampong Chhnang
 Kampong Speu
 Kampong Thom
 Kampot & Kep
 Koh Kong
 Oddar Meanchey
 Preah Vihear
 Prey Veng
 Svay Rieng
 Stung Treng
 Hotel Reservation
Kampong Cham
Koh Kong
Phnom Penh
Siem Reap
 National Parks
Peam Krasop
Ream National Park
Mekong River
 Travelling in Cambodia
 Festivals in Cambodia
 Privacy Policy

Taxis, Share Taxis,
Tri-cycles and Trains


There are no meter in the taxis in Phnom Penh. A taxi costs from 5$-7$ from the 20-50 minutes ride into and within the city centre. Cheaper, faster and less comfortable, motorbike taxis can be hired for $2 in town.
Motodups are motorbike taxis, and they are everywhere in Phnom Penh. Motodup is a khmer word, which means motorcyle taxi.
For transfer from hotel to airport costs from 8$-10$ per way and you can find it at most hotels and travel agencies near by you.

For a taxi to province, you can find it around Phsar Thmei (New Central market) or Phsar Deum Ker or at any travel agents. There are also share-taxis.
Share-taxi transport is the quickest and most comfortable way to to travel between two cities. Share-taxis run on a per seat basis.
Note that in a share-taxi, the front passenger seat is actually considered two seats, so the best option is to buy two seats and have the whole front seat to yourself, although then they often seem to sell a  second seat next to the driver, which will invariably end up being half yours. Share-taxis leave when full, meaning at least five to six passengers, though once you leave the driver may pick up more people.

At the moment in the big cities like Phnom penh and Siem Reap, most tourists can find the easy way by taking the Reumork (Tri-cycle motor) or Cyclo (Tri-cycle) at any where in city with cheap price. Cyclo is charged at the cheapest price and it is mostly used by many tourists who wanted to visit the city slowly.

Trains are available only from Phnom Penh to the Battambang on a single track. The train move only 25 kilometres an hour. The 300 kilometres to Battambang takes about 12 hours.
They depart from Phnom Penh about 5am or 6am and travel almost the whole day. Trains are very slow and very cheap, but for budget travellers, who have the time to spend on them, the reports are positive. Trains tend to depart on time.
The announcement of the commencement of train services on the southern line between Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville was on Friday 28 December 2012. It was a significant step forward for the economy and people of Cambodia. Toll Royal Railway planned to operate 3 return container services per week from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville. The services commenced modestly with 20 container wagons and will progressively increase to 60 container wagons per service. The length of the train will increase to 1,000 meters and each train can carry payloads of up to 3,000 ton.



to the Kingdom of