Welcome to Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville Taxi
Private Tours by Taxi in Cambodia for touring In Sihanoukville Beaches
Most of the tourists travel from Phnom Penh to Sihnoukville by bus, there are several bus companies in Phnom Penh, run many departure daily A/C buses to/from Phnom Penh. Sihanoukville can also be closed by road from Kampot and Koh Kong city. There are also several daily buses between Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville, Kampot and Kep.
Private taxi also available for transferring from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville fast, comfortable and reasonable price offers.
- Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville taxi for A/C car 4 seats cost $65
- Sihanoukville to Phnom Penh taxi for A/C car 4 seats cost $65
- Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville taxi for A/C Mini Van 12 seats cost $85
- Sihanoukville to Phnom Penh taxi for A/C Mini Van 12 seats cost $85
And though there are now international flights or ferries from Phnom Penh to Sihnaoukville, some of airline now offers Sihanoukville – Siem Reap flights. The International Airport in on Road #4, and about 20 Kilometers north of Sihanouville City.
This site is inspired by our trip to Cambodia in December of 2007 and particularly by Nara, our Guide. He spent a couple days as our local tour guide and arranged for our vehicle, for a licensed temple tour guide and showed us around Cambodia. Nara has now started his own Cambodia Travel Agency under web page name Taxi in Cambodia – Private Tours. If you are planning to visit Cambodia, let Nara make all the arrangements for you.
Though currently not the usual point of entry, the Sihanoukville Autonomous Port is an official international gateway. Visas are available for international arrivals at the Port on prior arrangement.
The Top Things To Do & See In Sihanoukville
Sihanoukville is the home town sits of beached in Cambodia, that juts into the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand. Many beaches of fine pearl-white sand along the shore around the peninsula, most easily accessible from town, each separated as much by character as the rocky headlands between. The main beaches are lined with thatch roofed seafood shacks and bars offering cold drinks, umbrellas and chairs, BBQ and more. Ochheuteal and Serendipity Beaches are the most popular and the busiest with plenty of nearby hotels, guesthouses, bars and restaurants.
A bit farther from town, Otres Beach, Otres 1 Beach, Otres 2 Beach and nearby Otres Village continues to get more in popularity, but is still maintaining its laid-back vibe.
On the other side of town, Independence Beach, though small, offers a pleasantly tranquil atmosphere and beach side BBQ Shacks.
There are a few beaches such as Ream Beach and Prek Treng Beach are outside of the town area and are frequented more by fishermen than visitors, though this is slowly changing. Road conditions can be challenging, especially in the wet season.
Golden Lions Roundabout
The Golden Lions Roundabout sits at the top of the hill where Serendipity Beach road heads down to the sea.
The Independence Monument stands at the intersection that separates Sihanoukville city center from Victory Hill.
The Sihanoukville Islands
The other destinations from Sihanoukville just open a couple of years ago, the islands of the Koh Rong Archipelago have become destinations in their own right. Set in the turquoise-blue waters of the Gulf of Thailand 30-50 minutes off the Sihanoukville coast, the two big islands of Koh Rong and Koh Rong Sanloem are now the most popular. Both now can to see major development and though there are Bungalows and Resorts dotting most of the beaches, the islands still maintain a laid-back rustic charm not easily found elsewhere. The smaller islands of the archipelago like Koh Thmei and Koh Ta Kiev are completely undeveloped and offer a true Robinson Crusoe atmosphere. Almost all the islands are slated for major development, so if you are looking to appreciate the rustic atmosphere, go sooner rather than later.
The Spectacular views of almost the entire city and the beautiful sunset panoramas await at Wat Leu, situated on a peaceful, forested hilltop over 1 kilometer on the northwest of the city center.
Kbal Chhay Cascades
The Kbal Chhay waterfall is situated in Khan Prey Nup (Prey Nup Commune), about 15 kilometers north of the downtown of Sihanoukville. To reach the area from Sihanoukville, take on National Road 4 toward Phnom Penh, about 7 kilometers out side of town, there is a sign announcing the site. Turn left and go straight about 9 kilometers along a trail. The waterfall at Kbal Chhay comes from many sources along the mountain range, although only three of these sources are visible. The waterfall, which is 14 meters high, is at the point where those three sources joint.
SIEM REAP DAY TOURS
- Angkor temples small circuit Tour
- Angkor temples grand circuit Tour
- Sunrise Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom Tour
- Banteay Srei – Ta Prohm and Angkor Wat Tour
- Tonle Sap – Angkor Thom and Ta Prohm Tour
- Grand Circuit Temples and Banteay Srei Tour
- Kbal Spean and Banteay Srie Temple Tour
- Kulen Waterfall and Beng Mealea Tour
- Preah Vihear and Koh Ker Group Temples Tour
- Koh Ker Group and Beng Mealea Temple Tour
- Beng Mealea and Kampong Khleang Tour