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Phnom Penh to Siem Reap

Exploring Siem Reap gives you a unique glimpse into the rich, ancient past of the Kingdom of Wonder. Home to largest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat, the city prides itself on celebrating its vibrant culture from the Khmer Empire and beyond— complete with beautiful Apsara dancing, humming of traditional flutes and drums, and of course, delicious Cambodian cuisine around every corner. The city, in the North East of Camboida, is located on the Northern bank of the Tonle Sap Great Lake, about five hours by bus from the capital city of Phnom Penh.

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Siem Reap to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville

Everybody knows about Sihanouk Ville. It is one of the most visited places by both locals and tourists alike. Mostly due to the fact that it is one of the best beachside areas in Cambodia. If you ever find yourself in need of the sea, Sihanouk Ville is the place to be. Sihanouk Ville may look quiet, it has steadily grown its presence by having a good night life. For those who simply want to get away, there is a mixture of upscale hotels as well as some budget guest houses and backpacker nooks. Take your pick between Victory, Serendipity, and Ochheuteal Beaches and settle in to enjoy the cool and relaxing breeze. Enjoy fresh seafood such as prawns, crabs, and ocean fish as you sip on your cocktails and enjoy the view. Book your day bus or night bus tickets below when you simply have to get away.

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Sihanoukville to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Phnom Penh to Battambang

If you want to see another side of Cambodia, visit Battambang! The city is the second largest in the country, and it is located Northwest of Cambodia. Battambang is one of the rarely visited places in Cambodia, compared to Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, but it does not lack in charm. Little do tourists know, Battambang was once the leading provinces that produced rice. Plus, it is known to be the hub that connects Phnom Penh to Thailand. Battambang holds its own by providing a sense of tranquility and peace to visitors, and boasts of having well preserved French architecture. If you want to visit this picturesque province, you can check out routes to Battambang below.

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Phnom Penh to Poipet

Poipet serves as the gateway to Cambodia for travelers and tourists coming from its neighboring country, Thailand. While it may be known as just the border crossing for Cambodia to Thailand, Poipet is also starting to make its name with its Thai neighbors because of the booming casino industry. Dubbed as Little Las Vegas, the place is now home to numerous places for games and recreational activities.

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Phnom Penh to Banteay Meanchey

Banteay Meanchey is a province located in the northwest corner of Cambodia, situated along the Thai border. Although it is not frequented by the common traveler in Cambodia, the province has a rustic charm and is a great place to visit to see the realistic day to day lifestyle for Khmer people.

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Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh

A bustling economic zone in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City is easily one of the most visited places within the country. Being the largest city, Ho Chi Minh City boasts of being a cauldron of culture, and displays charming French colonial architecture and boulevards. The traffic is also an interesting sight to see, with its sense of order amidst chaos. Some of the landmarks you MUST NOT miss include the Jade Emperor Pagoda, the bustling Ben Thanh Market, or take a tour around the War Remnants Museum. The latter being a showcase of life and history during the known Vietnam War through Vietnamese eyes. If you want to check out Ho Chi Minh City, book your bus tickets below and find the best schedule for you.

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Phnom Penh to Kampot

Kampot is the place to visit in Cambodia if you are hungry for some adventure. It is also ideal for those who are not quite ready for roughing it 100%. At Kampot, not only do you get to enjoy paddleboarding at the river, but you can also go spelunking or hiking. Little do tourists know, but Kampot boasts of having several attractions that locals and expats enjoy. There are several natural wonders to check out, such as cave, zoos, and rivers. Hikers regularly go on treks up the mountains, and there are several parks located within the province. One of the wonders travelers should take time to check out is the Kampong Trach caves, where pools of water are formed during the rainy season within the caves. If you are interested in visiting Kampot, check out the bus schedules for the best times to visit.

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Battambang to Phnom Penh

A bustling economic zone in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City is easily one of the most visited places within the country. Being the largest city, Ho Chi Minh City boasts of being a cauldron of culture, and displays charming French colonial architecture and boulevards. The traffic is also an interesting sight to see, with its sense of order amidst chaos. Some of the landmarks you MUST NOT miss include the Jade Emperor Pagoda, the bustling Ben Thanh Market, or take a tour around the War Remnants Museum. The latter being a showcase of life and history during the known Vietnam War through Vietnamese eyes. If you want to check out Ho Chi Minh City, book your bus tickets below and find the best schedule for you.

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Phnom Penh to Bangkok

A center for Thai culture, street food, night life, and shopping places, Bangkok is a bustling city that you cannot miss out. Thailand's capital is nothing short of amusement -- every corner and street is a place to discover, offering interesting sites and experiences for everyone. While there is an abundance of destinations to go to, we've created a quick guide for some places to visit in Bangkok.

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Bangkok to Siem Reap

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Ho Chi Minh to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Poipet to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Kampot to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Banteay Meanchey to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Phnom Penh to Kep

Take time to check out Kep if you are getting bored of the usual temples of Siem Reap or the beaches at Sihanouk Ville. Kep is THE PLACE you want to be to visit if you want adventure and still have beaches and river to enjoy. While at Kep, it is possible to take a boat to the nearby islands such as Koh Thonsay (Rabbit Island) or even to smaller nearby islands. You can also take time to visit the relaxing waterfalls of Tuk Chhou, or cross over to the other side of Vietnam. As it is, Kep is close to Vietnam and is also one of the usual borders travelers head over to.

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Siem Reap to Bangkok

A center for Thai culture, street food, night life, and shopping places, Bangkok is a bustling city that you cannot miss out. Thailand's capital is nothing short of amusement -- every corner and street is a place to discover, offering interesting sites and experiences for everyone. While there is an abundance of destinations to go to, we've created a quick guide for some places to visit in Bangkok.

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Siem Reap to Sihanoukville

Everybody knows about Sihanouk Ville. It is one of the most visited places by both locals and tourists alike. Mostly due to the fact that it is one of the best beachside areas in Cambodia. If you ever find yourself in need of the sea, Sihanouk Ville is the place to be. Sihanouk Ville may look quiet, it has steadily grown its presence by having a good night life. For those who simply want to get away, there is a mixture of upscale hotels as well as some budget guest houses and backpacker nooks. Take your pick between Victory, Serendipity, and Ochheuteal Beaches and settle in to enjoy the cool and relaxing breeze. Enjoy fresh seafood such as prawns, crabs, and ocean fish as you sip on your cocktails and enjoy the view. Book your day bus or night bus tickets below when you simply have to get away.

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Sihanoukville to Siem Reap

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Phnom Penh to Mondulkiri

Mondulkiri is one of the sparsely populated areas within Cambodia. However, this does not mean that it falls behind in terms of tourism. A bus trip to Mondulkiri gives travellers a chance to experience a lush natural atmosphere that is almost unspoiled. Travelers badly needing of a place to get away to can check out the many waterfalls in the area. In addition, Mondulkiri boasts of having breath taking views that are quite unrivaled. Plus, you can get a chance to see elephants at the local reserve. Book your bus tickets below to find the schedule that most suit your trip.

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Siem Reap to Pakse

Pakse, the capital of Champasak province, is the second most populous city of Laos. Pakse, which is a name directly translated in Laotian to “mouth of the river,” is located at the junction of the Xe Don and Mekong. The capital is not usually a destination stayed in for many days, rather, a launching pad for the many specular surrounding destinations.

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Sihanoukville to Kampot

Kampot is the place to visit in Cambodia if you are hungry for some adventure. It is also ideal for those who are not quite ready for roughing it 100%. At Kampot, not only do you get to enjoy paddleboarding at the river, but you can also go spelunking or hiking. Little do tourists know, but Kampot boasts of having several attractions that locals and expats enjoy. There are several natural wonders to check out, such as cave, zoos, and rivers. Hikers regularly go on treks up the mountains, and there are several parks located within the province. One of the wonders travelers should take time to check out is the Kampong Trach caves, where pools of water are formed during the rainy season within the caves. If you are interested in visiting Kampot, check out the bus schedules for the best times to visit.

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Siem Reap to Battambang

If you want to see another side of Cambodia, visit Battambang! The city is the second largest in the country, and it is located Northwest of Cambodia. Battambang is one of the rarely visited places in Cambodia, compared to Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, but it does not lack in charm. Little do tourists know, Battambang was once the leading provinces that produced rice. Plus, it is known to be the hub that connects Phnom Penh to Thailand. Battambang holds its own by providing a sense of tranquility and peace to visitors, and boasts of having well preserved French architecture. If you want to visit this picturesque province, you can check out routes to Battambang below.

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Phnom Penh to Koh Kong

A sleepy town 10 kilometers away from the Cham Yeam border crossing to Thailand, Koh Kong Province has slowly grown through the years, becoming a booming eco-tourism destination in Cambodia. A destination that tourists often pass by but never bothered to check out, the province has picked up its pace and is now building its name with its numerous adventure tours as well as casino centers in the heart of the city.

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Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh

A bustling economic zone in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City is easily one of the most visited places within the country. Being the largest city, Ho Chi Minh City boasts of being a cauldron of culture, and displays charming French colonial architecture and boulevards. The traffic is also an interesting sight to see, with its sense of order amidst chaos. Some of the landmarks you MUST NOT miss include the Jade Emperor Pagoda, the bustling Ben Thanh Market, or take a tour around the War Remnants Museum. The latter being a showcase of life and history during the known Vietnam War through Vietnamese eyes. If you want to check out Ho Chi Minh City, book your bus tickets below and find the best schedule for you.

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Bangkok to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Mondulkiri to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Kampot to Sihanoukville

Everybody knows about Sihanouk Ville. It is one of the most visited places by both locals and tourists alike. Mostly due to the fact that it is one of the best beachside areas in Cambodia. If you ever find yourself in need of the sea, Sihanouk Ville is the place to be. Sihanouk Ville may look quiet, it has steadily grown its presence by having a good night life. For those who simply want to get away, there is a mixture of upscale hotels as well as some budget guest houses and backpacker nooks. Take your pick between Victory, Serendipity, and Ochheuteal Beaches and settle in to enjoy the cool and relaxing breeze. Enjoy fresh seafood such as prawns, crabs, and ocean fish as you sip on your cocktails and enjoy the view. Book your day bus or night bus tickets below when you simply have to get away.

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Kampong Cham to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Kep to Sihanoukville

Everybody knows about Sihanouk Ville. It is one of the most visited places by both locals and tourists alike. Mostly due to the fact that it is one of the best beachside areas in Cambodia. If you ever find yourself in need of the sea, Sihanouk Ville is the place to be. Sihanouk Ville may look quiet, it has steadily grown its presence by having a good night life. For those who simply want to get away, there is a mixture of upscale hotels as well as some budget guest houses and backpacker nooks. Take your pick between Victory, Serendipity, and Ochheuteal Beaches and settle in to enjoy the cool and relaxing breeze. Enjoy fresh seafood such as prawns, crabs, and ocean fish as you sip on your cocktails and enjoy the view. Book your day bus or night bus tickets below when you simply have to get away.

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Siem Reap to Koh Kong

A sleepy town 10 kilometers away from the Cham Yeam border crossing to Thailand, Koh Kong Province has slowly grown through the years, becoming a booming eco-tourism destination in Cambodia. A destination that tourists often pass by but never bothered to check out, the province has picked up its pace and is now building its name with its numerous adventure tours as well as casino centers in the heart of the city.

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Koh Kong to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Siem Reap to Kep

Take time to check out Kep if you are getting bored of the usual temples of Siem Reap or the beaches at Sihanouk Ville. Kep is THE PLACE you want to be to visit if you want adventure and still have beaches and river to enjoy. While at Kep, it is possible to take a boat to the nearby islands such as Koh Thonsay (Rabbit Island) or even to smaller nearby islands. You can also take time to visit the relaxing waterfalls of Tuk Chhou, or cross over to the other side of Vietnam. As it is, Kep is close to Vietnam and is also one of the usual borders travelers head over to.

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Sihanoukville to Koh Kong

A sleepy town 10 kilometers away from the Cham Yeam border crossing to Thailand, Koh Kong Province has slowly grown through the years, becoming a booming eco-tourism destination in Cambodia. A destination that tourists often pass by but never bothered to check out, the province has picked up its pace and is now building its name with its numerous adventure tours as well as casino centers in the heart of the city.

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Phnom Penh to Kratie

Most notable for the dolphins who make their homes along a stretch of the Mekong River, the province of Kratie is a charming little town in eastern Cambodia. Although the dolphin inhabitants, known as the Irrawaddy dolphins, are the main draw for travelers to make their way out east to Kratie, the town is full of interesting French and Khmer style architecture, bustling villages, and lush surrounding islands.

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Sihanoukville to Kep

Take time to check out Kep if you are getting bored of the usual temples of Siem Reap or the beaches at Sihanouk Ville. Kep is THE PLACE you want to be to visit if you want adventure and still have beaches and river to enjoy. While at Kep, it is possible to take a boat to the nearby islands such as Koh Thonsay (Rabbit Island) or even to smaller nearby islands. You can also take time to visit the relaxing waterfalls of Tuk Chhou, or cross over to the other side of Vietnam. As it is, Kep is close to Vietnam and is also one of the usual borders travelers head over to.

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Sihanoukville to Koh Rong (via ferry)

One of our favorite getaways, Koh Rong is increasingly becoming popular for locals and tourists alike. The island that can be reached by ferry from Sihanouk Ville is known to be one of the most relaxing places one can find in Cambodia. Beach lovers will surely enjoy the white sand beaches, fresh air, and numerous relaxing guest houses along the wide stretch of sand. As opposed to Sihanouk Ville, Koh Rong boasts of having 23 white sand beaches, and a relatively untouched jungle. Activities such as diving and snorkeling are also up for guests to enjoy. If you want to relax at this lovely island, you can check out below for the schedules for ferries and buses that will take you to your next adventure.

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Siem Reap to Kampot

Kampot is the place to visit in Cambodia if you are hungry for some adventure. It is also ideal for those who are not quite ready for roughing it 100%. At Kampot, not only do you get to enjoy paddleboarding at the river, but you can also go spelunking or hiking. Little do tourists know, but Kampot boasts of having several attractions that locals and expats enjoy. There are several natural wonders to check out, such as cave, zoos, and rivers. Hikers regularly go on treks up the mountains, and there are several parks located within the province. One of the wonders travelers should take time to check out is the Kampong Trach caves, where pools of water are formed during the rainy season within the caves. If you are interested in visiting Kampot, check out the bus schedules for the best times to visit.

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Kampot to Kep

Take time to check out Kep if you are getting bored of the usual temples of Siem Reap or the beaches at Sihanouk Ville. Kep is THE PLACE you want to be to visit if you want adventure and still have beaches and river to enjoy. While at Kep, it is possible to take a boat to the nearby islands such as Koh Thonsay (Rabbit Island) or even to smaller nearby islands. You can also take time to visit the relaxing waterfalls of Tuk Chhou, or cross over to the other side of Vietnam. As it is, Kep is close to Vietnam and is also one of the usual borders travelers head over to.

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Battambang to Siem Reap

Exploring Siem Reap gives you a unique glimpse into the rich, ancient past of the Kingdom of Wonder. Home to largest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat, the city prides itself on celebrating its vibrant culture from the Khmer Empire and beyond— complete with beautiful Apsara dancing, humming of traditional flutes and drums, and of course, delicious Cambodian cuisine around every corner. The city, in the North East of Camboida, is located on the Northern bank of the Tonle Sap Great Lake, about five hours by bus from the capital city of Phnom Penh.

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Kratie to Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia, and is situated where the three rivers meet: the Mekong River, Bassac, and Tonle Sap. The city was once considered as the Gem of Indochina, and is still known for its charm and tranquility. A quick trip to Phnom Penh can reap several benefits, as one can spot the iconic Royal Palace situated along the banks of the river. Plus, there are other main attractions such as the Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, National Museum, and the Toul Sleng Genocide museum. On top of that, the food and culture of the city itself is something tourists would not want to miss out on. Check the results below to find the best schedule suitable for your trip to see Phnom Penh.

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Kep to Kampot

Kampot is the place to visit in Cambodia if you are hungry for some adventure. It is also ideal for those who are not quite ready for roughing it 100%. At Kampot, not only do you get to enjoy paddleboarding at the river, but you can also go spelunking or hiking. Little do tourists know, but Kampot boasts of having several attractions that locals and expats enjoy. There are several natural wonders to check out, such as cave, zoos, and rivers. Hikers regularly go on treks up the mountains, and there are several parks located within the province. One of the wonders travelers should take time to check out is the Kampong Trach caves, where pools of water are formed during the rainy season within the caves. If you are interested in visiting Kampot, check out the bus schedules for the best times to visit.

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Chiang Mai to Bangkok

A center for Thai culture, street food, night life, and shopping places, Bangkok is a bustling city that you cannot miss out. Thailand's capital is nothing short of amusement -- every corner and street is a place to discover, offering interesting sites and experiences for everyone. While there is an abundance of destinations to go to, we've created a quick guide for some places to visit in Bangkok.

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Siem Reap to Mondulkiri

Mondulkiri is one of the sparsely populated areas within Cambodia. However, this does not mean that it falls behind in terms of tourism. A bus trip to Mondulkiri gives travellers a chance to experience a lush natural atmosphere that is almost unspoiled. Travelers badly needing of a place to get away to can check out the many waterfalls in the area. In addition, Mondulkiri boasts of having breath taking views that are quite unrivaled. Plus, you can get a chance to see elephants at the local reserve. Book your bus tickets below to find the schedule that most suit your trip.

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