Travel from Kampot to Siem Reap

By bus the journey from Kampot to Siem Reap is scheduled to take 9 hours 30 minutes. The only way to travel direct by public transport from Kampot to Siem Reap is by bus.

Bus Times from Kampot to Siem Reap


There is currently 1 daily service from Kampot to Siem Reap available to book online.

KampotSiem ReapServiceCostCompany
19:0004:30Sleeper Bus$ 25Giant Ibis Transport

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Kampot Bus Stop


  • Giant Ibis Transport services from Kampot to Siem Reap depart from Kampot Giant Ibis bus station.

Google Map of Kampot Giant Ibis bus station

Siem Reap Bus Stop


  • Giant Ibis Transport services from Kampot to Siem Reap terminate at Siem Reap Giant Ibis bus station.

Google Map of Siem Reap Giant Ibis bus station

About Travel to Siem Reap


Siem Reap is a large busy city with over 250,000 permanent residents. The reason it’s so large and busy is that Siem Reap is the nearest town or city to the Angkor Archaeological Park, which is Cambodia’s most important tourist attraction. In terms of facilities for tourists, Siem Reap is more developed than even Phnom Penh. Siem Reap has hotels to suit all budgets and restaurants to suit all tastes. This has its good points, visitors can enjoy high quality accommodation and lively evenings out in bars and restaurants, however, it also has its bad points in terms of pushing up prices and encouraging scams and petty theft. Siem Reap isn’t a dangerous city, but it is a tourism dominated city.

Angkor Wat is very close to Siem Reap
Angkor Wat is very close to Siem Reap

If you are coming to Siem Reap to visit the Angkor Archaeological Park, which most visitors are, then the first thing you need to work out is how to travel from Siem Reap to the Angkor Archaeological Park. The park is 5 km by road from Siem Reap and you need transport within the park as the site is very large which means that it’s not practical to attempt to tour the park on foot. The cheapest option is to hire a bicycle, they cost around $2 USD a day to rent. The downsides of renting a bike are, however, that the 5 km ride from the city to the park isnt very pleasant, and you are limited as to how many temples you can visit in day if you are cycling. It’s hot in Cambodia also. A better option is to hire a local tuk tuk for the day which will cost you in the region of $15 USD for a day, although exactly how long that day is, and what temples you go to see on route, will depend on what you agree in advance with the driver.

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