Boat in Kampot

Crab Shuttle

This is an atmospheric way to get to Kep (one-way/return US$10/15, 2½ hours, 9am), with the 3pm return trip well-timed for sunset. Rabbit Island (Koh Tonsay) drop-offs and pickups are possible for an extra few...

Bus in Kampot

Champa Express

Champa's minivan services from Kampot head to Sihanoukville (US$5, two hours, twice daily), Phnom Penh (US$8, twice daily), Kep (US$3, five daily) and Ha Tien (US$8, including border fees; two hours, 10.30am and...

Bus in Koh Kong City

Bus Station

Koh Kong’s bus station is on the northeast edge of town. Coming into town, passengers are sometimes dropped off here. Leaving town, pickups are usually at the company offices in the centre, with a stop at the bus...

Ferry in Sihanoukville

Speed Ferry Cambodia

The original Koh Rong ferry company. Its distinctive yellow boats serve Koh Rong Sanloem and Koh Rong, including (on request) secondary beaches on Koh Rong like Sok San Village, Love Resort, Treehouse Bungalows...

Bus in Kep

Champa Express

Sends minivans over the border to Ha Tien in Vietnam twice daily. Also serves Phnom Penh (US$6, three hours); Sihanoukville two or three times daily, with a van change in Kampot; and Koh Kong City with van...

Ferry in Sihanoukville

Buva Sea

Buva Sea runs compact and zippy white, blue and orange speedboats to Koh Rong Sanloem and Koh Rong, including regular stops at secondary Koh Rong beaches such as Coconut Beach, Long Set Beach and Sok San Beach.

Bus in Kep

Giant Ibis

The upscale buses of this eco-conscious company represent the finest option to Phnom Penh (US$10, 4½ hours, 7.45am and 2pm), although its buses go via Kampot (US$3), which adds considerable length to the trip.

Train Station in Takeo

Train Ticket Counter

Departures to Phnom Penh (US$5, two hours), Kampot (US$6, three hours) and Sihanoukville (US$7, five hours) are on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and/or Mondays and cost between US$4 and US$7.

Ferry in Koh Rong

Cambodia Island Speed Ferry

Runs larger white ferries, with four or five boats per day to Sihanoukville (return US$24, one hour), and the last trip at 4.30pm. Sometimes goes via Koh Rong Sanloem (US$7, 15 minutes).

Bus in Sihanoukville

Giant Ibis

Its luxury buses are the best option to Phnom Penh, with a daily departure at 3.30pm from the Seta Let's Go Travel & Tours Agency. Other destinations require transfers in Phnom Penh.

Bus in Koh Kong City

Rith Mony

Has four daily trips to Phnom Penh (US$8, six hours). Twice-daily services to Bangkok (US$22) and Ko Chang (US$18 including boat to island) involve a change to a minivan at the border.

Bus in Kampot

Kampot Express

Runs minivans from Kampot to Phnom Penh (US$8, 2¾ hours) at 8am, 1pm and 5pm. The pickup and drop-off point in Phnom Penh is the company's office near Olympic Stadium.

Bus in Kampot

Phnom Penh Sorya

Its buses to Phnom Penh (US$5.50, 4½ hours, five daily) go via Kep so are strongly not preferred, although they are a viable and cheap way to Kep (US$2, 30 minutes).

Bus in Koh Kong City

Olongpich Express

Bus services to Phnom Penh (US$8, six hours) leave at 7.30am, 11.30am and 7.30pm. Olongpich also runs a direct minibus to Sihanoukville at 1.15pm (US$10, 4½ hours).

Taxi in Takeo

Psar Thmei

Takeo's major transport hub has share taxis to Phnom Penh (US$5 per seat, US$25 for the whole taxi) from a lot in front of Psar Thmei itself.

Ferry in Koh Rong

Buva Sea

Runs small white-and-blue speed ferries that transport passengers to and from beaches on Koh Rong, Koh Rong Sanloem and Sihanoukville.

Boat in Sihanoukville

GTVC Speedboat

With a booth at the Serendipity Pier, it runs fast boats to Koh Rong (Koh Tuch) and Koh Rong Sanloem (Saracen Bay and M'pai Bay).

Bus in Kep

Anny Tours

Anny Tours has minivan services to Sihanoukville (US$8, five to six hours, two daily) and Ha Tien (US$7, one hour, two daily).

Bus in Kampot

Giant Ibis

Easily the most comfortable and safest buses and minibuses to Phnom Penh (US$10, 3½ hours), departing at 8.30am and 2.45pm.