By bus the journey from Kampong Thom to Phnom Penh is scheduled to take 3 hours 00 minutes.
Bus Times from Phnom Penh to Kampong Thom
There are currently 7 services a day from Phnom Penh to Kampong Thom available to book online.
|Phnom Penh||Kampong Thom||Service||Cost||Company|
|07:05||10:05||VIP Minibus||$ 13||Cambolink 21 Express|
|07:30||10:00||Van||$ 9||Cambodia Post VIP Van|
|08:05||11:05||VIP Minibus||$ 13||Cambolink 21 Express|
|08:35||11:35||VIP Minibus||$ 13||Cambolink 21 Express|
|09:05||12:05||VIP Minibus||$ 13||Cambolink 21 Express|
|13:45||16:45||VIP Minibus||$ 13||Cambolink 21 Express|
|14:30||17:30||VIP Minibus||$ 13||Cambolink 21 Express|
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Phnom Penh Bus Stop
- Cambolink 21 Express services from Phnom Penh to Kampong Thom depart from the Cambolink 21 Express office, Jawaharlal Nehru Blvd (215), Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Kampong Thom Bus Stop
- Cambolink 21 Express services from Phnom Penh to Kampong Thom terminate a bus stop near the Damrey Chann Khla statue.
About Travel to Kampong Thom
Kampong Thom is the largest town in a very rural area of Cambodia where the main local industries are agriculture and fishing. The rice fields and forests around Kampong Thom have an abundance of wildlife, particularly birds. Boat trips on the Stung Saen River also offer an opportunity to see the local countryside. The river follows a meandering path all the way to the enormous Tonle Sap Lake. The only singnificant tourist attraction in the area, however, is Sambor Prei Kuk Temple. Sambor Prei Kuk Temple is located 30 km by road to the North East of Kamping Thom town centre. Tuk-tuks charge around $20 USD to go to Sambor Prei Kuk Temple, wait for passengers to visit the temple, and then complete the return trip. The best place in Kampong Thom to find a tuk-tuk or motorbike taxi is the taxi rank in front of the Arunras Hotel.
Sambor Prei Kuk Temple was founded in the 7th Century and consists of around 150 Hindu temples in area of around 1,000 acres, once completely enclosed by a perimeter wall. Most of the temples in the central part of the complex are grouped into three clusters, each of which were also once fully enclosed by walls. Sambor Prei Kuk Temple has not been restored and the temples are ruins. The temple has, nonetheless, been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site because of the historical importance of this pre-Angkor period religious centre. Some of the imagery discovered at the temple relates to ancient Hindu religious sects, particularly Shaivism, and also to local religious beliefs that pre-date the arrival of both Hinduism and Buddhism in Cambodia.