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Travel options Siem Reap - Poipet

Hi there,

What options do I have to take a day trip from Siem Reap to Poipet, for a few hours casino visit?
How much would the taxi cost for return trip? Is it 2 hours from Siem Reap to Poipet by taxi? If bus is available, how long would it take?

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Hiring a car with a driver in Cambodia

How much is the ongoing price for hiring a car with a driver in Cambodia please?

We are looking into hiring a car by the day, e.g., for a day trip to the floating villages of Kampong Chhnang and the vicinity, or to drive from Phnom Penh to Siam Reap with stopovers for sightseeing.

What about petrol, driver's meals and tips? What would be appropriate and reasonable?

Thanks a lot in advance!

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Road from Phnom Penh to Siam Reap

Does anyone have an up-to-date information about the condition of the road from Phnom Penh to Siam Reap north of the Tonle Sap Lake? Is it true that it is so bad that you need to take the route via Battambang?

Thanks a lot in advance!

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Urgent help needed on Cambodian visa

Hi all

Later today I am going to cross from Vietnam into Cambodia by bus. I was going to get a border at the land crossing which I understand is fairly painless.

However, I have a dilemma over which visa to get. I am going to be in Cambodia for about 10 days, then head into Laos, then return to Cambodia for 6 weeks to volunteer for a charity there.

Should I get a tourist visa each time? Is there any kind of limit on how many tourist visas you can request into Cambodia within a certain time…

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Visa!!! And more

Hi all,

I am travelling to Cambodia in July and was wondering how easy it is to cross the boarder and obtain a visa from Vietnam. Or do u think it would be best to get a visa from London before arrival? Also I am planing of visiting Angkor wat, siem riel etc. are there any other places that can be recommended where I can see culture and things of the Beaton track.

Thanks I'm advance x

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Transport to Sra Em from Siem Reap

I understand that thrre might be both a bus (Rith Mony) and shared taxis to Sra Em from Siem Reap. Does anyone know there approx departure/arrival times? I'm trying to figure out whether I need to allow for two nights in Sra Em or I can get away with one. Thanks in anticipation of your responses.

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Koh Rong or Koh Rong Samloem (or Koh Thmei)???

So I was pretty sure about Koh Rong (I was looking at the Monkey Island bungalows) but it seems I haven't done enough research and that maybe Koh Rong Samloem (or Koh Thmei) could also be good options. Obviously looking for the most beautiful place to be for a few days, and my girlfriend will want to do diving, so that will be a factor. It would be good if there are some other activities like trekking. I just need a place to sit and read and write. Any experiences to share? Which is quieter, for…

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Tet / Chinese New year celebrations in Cambodia 2015

Hey, me and my friend will be in the South of Cambodia during Tet and Chinese new year.

We were wondering if there would be any celebrations or any activities relating to Tet (including religious activities and recreational activities, cultural activities) around Kampot/Kep/Sihanoukville... We intend to leave from Kampot or Kep to go to Sihanoukville around the 18th of February, but are willing to change dates if there is something interesting

Last post I saw was from 5 years ago (https://www

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Kampong Chhnang to Siem Riep

Is it possible to get from Kampong Chhnang to Siem Riep by public transportation? Ideally, we would like to hire a car just for the day of travelling. Failing that, anything'll do.

Thanks a lot in advance!

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Cambodia - where do the 'mature' travellers go?

Hi everyone,

We are two mature-age travellers who will be visiting Cambodia this year. One of us has already been to Siem Reap/Battambang, but we are wanting to explore a little more of the country.

However, we would like to avoid the young backpackers and their parties/dorm rooms/banana pancake cafes/tourist buses, etc. if we possibly can.

I would really appreciate any comments/tips/advice on the places that the older and more sedate crowd go to in Cambodia. Or alternatively, any advice…