All international flights arrive at the Siem Reap International Airport, 7km from the town centre. There are no direct flights between Cambodia and the West, so all visitors will end up transiting through an Asian h…
Hires out powerful, oversized electric remorks (US$24 per day) for self-drive. These can make the return trip to outlying temples on a single charge. Add US$7 per day for a female driver. Also has e-bikes, plus grea…
A wonderful option for getting around, Green e-bikes are an environmentally sound compromise between bicycle and motorbike, with three charge points out at the temples and several more in the city.
The White Bicycles project rents bikes through over 50 guesthouses and hotels in Siem Reap, with all proceeds going towards supporting local development projects around Siem Reap.
A daily express minivan departs at 8am to Stung Treng (US$20, five hours) via Preah Vihear City, with onward services from Stung Treng to Don Det (Laos), Ban Lung and Kratie.
The first operator, and still one of the most reliable, to do direct trips to Bangkok (US$28, 7½ hours, 8am and 9am). It's out of the way so request a free pick-up.
Direct buses to Bangkok (US$28, nine hours, 8am and 9am) with no change at the border.
The smartest bus operator serving Phnom Penh (US$15, daily) has free wi-fi on board.
Smart Ford Transit minibuses to Phnom Penh hourly throughout the day.
The night-bus specialist to Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville.