Travel from Battambang to Kampong Chhnang

By bus the journey from Battambang to Kampong Chhnang is scheduled to take from 3 to 4 hours depending upon which service you take.

Bus Times from Battambang to Kampong Chhnang

There are currently 6 services a day from Battambang to Kampong Chhnang available to book online.

BattambangKampong ChhnangCostCompany
07:3010:50$ 12Saly Express
09:1512:35$ 12Saly Express
09:4513:00$ 12Saly Express
13:3016:49$ 12Saly Express
13:4517:19$ 12Saly Express
15:1518:35$ 12Saly Express

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Battambang Bus Stop

  • Saly Express services from Battambang to Kampong Chhnang depart from the Saly Express office, Street 101, Krong Battambang, Cambodia.

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Kampong Chhnang Bus Stop

  • Saly Express services from Battambang to Kampong Chhnang terminate at Kampong Chhnang Bus Station.

Google Map of Kampong Chhnang Bus Station

About Travel to Kampong Chhnang

Kampong Chhnang is a port town located on the banks of the Tonle Sap river, which runs between the Tonle Sap lake and Phnom Penh.

Tourism in Kampong Chhnang

Anyone travelling between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap by boat with pass by Kampong Chhnang. Not so many visitors, however, actually stop off at Kampong Chhnang to explore the town and local area, and for this reason the local tourist infrastructure is under developed compared to Battambang. The town does have tourist hotels, but few formal restaurants and no Western style bars. What if does offer, however, is a chance to explore the many waterways and countryside in this interesting part of Cambodia.

Kampong Chhnang is located on the Tonle Sap river
Kampong Chhnang is located on the Tonle Sap river
Things to in Kampong Chhnang

Life in Kampong Chnnang very much revolves around the river and other waterways and taking a sightseeing boat ride is the main local tourist attraction. The area has many small riverside communities where people make a living from fish and anything they can grow in their water logged region. Of particular interest to many visitors are Kandal and Chong Kos floating villages, where local people have built their homes on stilts on the river and travel around by boat rather than walking.

Also of interest are the area’s hill top viewpoints and ptotected wilderness areas. From both Krang Deymas hill and Kong Rei Mountain the reward for the effort of walking to the top is fantastic views across fields, rivers and the massive Tonle Sap lake. Similarly, very pleasant scenery, waterfalls and glimpses of wild animals await those eembark on a hike in the Aoral Wildlife Sanctuary.

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