By bus the journey from Stung Treng to Siem Reap is scheduled to take from 5 hours 30 minutes to 6 hours depending upon which service you take.
Bus Times from Stung Treng to Siem Reap
There are currently 2 direct bus services a day from Stung Treng to Siem Reap available to book online.
|Stung Treng||Siem Reap||Cost||Service||Company|
|12:30||18:00||$ 17||Bus||Virak Buntham Express|
|13:00||19:00||$ 23||Van||Asia Van Transfer|
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Stung Treng Bus Stop
Virak Buntham Express services from Stung Treng to Siem Reap depart from the Virak Buntham Stung Treng Office.
Siem Reap Bus Stop
Virak Buntham Express services from Stung Treng to Siem Reap terminate at 249 next to Nakpeoun Old Market roundabout, St. Sevot Tha, Svay District, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia.
About Travel to Siem Reap
Siem Reap is a relatively large city, with over 250,000 permanent residents, which attracts large numbers of foreign tourists. The reason Siem Reap attracts so many tourists is that it is located 5 km to the South of the main entrance to the Angkor Archaeological Park.
There are lots of facilities for tourists in Siem Reap, even more so than in Phnom Penh. Accommodation, food and drink comes in great variety in Siem Reap as well as for a wide range of prices. You can stay in luxury in Siem Reap and eat gourmet food, or you can choose lower budget options. Either way you are the same distance from the historical sites, and you can enjoy the same nightlife in the city, most notably the city’s lively Pub Street.
The Angkor Archaeological Park covers an area of around 400 square kilometres, and it’s also about 1 hour walk away from the city centre, so the first thing you need to arrange is transportation from your accommodation around the different temples. Transportation around the park is not included in the entry ticket price.
You don’t need to go on an organised tour with other tourists around the Angkor Archaeological Park if you don’t want to. There are lots of options for arranging your own transport. The cheapest option is rent a bicycle, which costs about $2 USD a day depending upon where rent the bike from. Some visitors will enjoy cycling between the temples, others may find it hard work in the heat of South East Asia. Slightly more expensive than renting bicycle, is to rent a motorbike taxi for a tour, which will cost $10 to $15 USD. The next cheapest option is to rent a tuk tuk and driver for the day, which will cost $15 to $20 USD depending upon the route you plan to take and your negotiating skill. The most expensive form of transport around the Angkor Archaeological Park is air-conditioned taxi, which will cost you $30 to $40 USD a day, not including a guide for which you will need to pay extra.