By bus the journey from Kampong Chhnang to Phnom Penh is scheduled to take 2 hours 00 minutes.
Bus Times from Kampong Chhnang to Phnom Penh
There is currently 1 daily service from Kampong Chhnang to Phnom Penh available to book online.
|Kampong Chhnang||Phnom Penh||Service||Cost||Company|
|18:45||20:45||VIP Minibus||$ 13||Cambolink 21 Express|
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Kampong Chhnang Bus Stop
- Cambolink 21 Express services from Kampong Chhnang to Phnom Penh depart from Kampong Chhnang Bus Station.
Phnom Penh Bus Stop
- Cambolink 21 Express services from Kampong Chhnang to Phnom Penh terminate at the Cambolink 21 Express office, Jawaharlal Nehru Blvd (215), Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
About Travel to Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh is a lot smaller than Bangkok, with only 1.5 million residents compared to over 10 million in Greater Bangkok, and a lot younger. Bangkok become the capital city of Thailand in 1782, whilst Phnom Penh became the capital of Cambodia in 1865. The oldest building in the city, Wat Phnom dates back to 1372, however, the city itself was vitrually abandoned for several hundred years because of constant flooding the strategic vulnerability of Phnom Penh at attack from abroad.
Phnom Penh was re-populated, and the royal family moved residence to a new palace in the city, only in the late 19th Century when Cambodia become a French protectorate. The French influence on the city is very noticeable. The streets are organised in a grid pattern with tree lined boulevards in significant locations within the city. The wide riverside promenade along Sisowath Quay is reminiscent of Paris, as are important public buildings such as the main railway station and Central Market.
Phnom Penh does not appeal to all travellers. The city’s traffic is chaotic, and its difficult for predestrians to walk around the centre, and compared to many other South East Asian capitals, Phnom Penh has a refuge problem and a high crime rate. Nonetheless, Phnom Penh has a lot to offer to visitors and a unique character, very different to either Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur.
There is a wide range of accommodation in Phnom Penh and overall its very good value for money. For cheaper accommodation, and more lively nightlife, consider staying in the area in and around Central Market. For more expensive hotels, and less choice when it comes to going out in the evening, try the area closer to the Royal Palace. This said, Phnom Penh isn’t that large a city and it’s not expensive to travel around different parts of the city by local tuk-tuk.