La Paillote Hotel

No.234 Street 130-52, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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Bangkok to Phnom Penh

by stormie

Hello,

A friend and I will be travelling from Bangkok to Phnom Penh from Cambodia in May. We have done this before and last time took a very cheap airline but can't remember the name of the airline. Any ideas?

Also, we are looking for the cheapest way to travel to PP from Bangkok. Is there a cheap bus fare to travel this distance?

Thank you,
Stormie

Re: Bangkok to Phnom Penh

by balhannah

It might have been Air Asia, they are a cheap airline. website is www.airasia.com

Re: Bangkok to Phnom Penh

by cachaseiro

from siem reap to bangkok you only have a bangkok airways at the moment flying codeshare with THAI and they are very good.
mabye you flew siem reap airways in the past but they were grounded last year due to security problems.

you have daily busses leaving from siem reap to bangkok and they are totally fine in my opinion.
i took the bust last december and was dropped off in bangkok right by the door step of the hotel i was staying at.

Re: Bangkok to Phnom Penh

by balhannah

I checked, and you can still fly with air asia.

Re: Bangkok to Phnom Penh

by cachaseiro

sorry about my info here.
the air aisa route had been opened after i was there i can see.
my last visit to cambodia was december 2008 and ack then you only had an air aisa flight to kuala lumpur, but i´t is nice to see that they have a bangkok service now too.
and air aisa is totally ok for a budget airline.
i flew them a couple of times and was very happy with their service.

Re: Bangkok to Phnom Penh

by balhannah

No worries!

Re: Bangkok to Phnom Penh

by seagypsy

Yes, it's Air Asia between Bangkok and Phnom Penh. But for best deals, the earlier you book via their website, the better.

Re: Bangkok to Phnom Penh

by stormie

Thank you so much! That is the airline we flew last time.

Thanks again,
Stormie

Re: Bangkok to Phnom Penh

by yellowbell

I took Air Asia from BKK to PP and since Air Asia is a budget airline, I didn't bother with the long commute using a bus. Here's my Phnom Penh page.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/7f095/123984/

Here's an overview of Asia (details budget airlines and the countries that are near each other so you can take an overnight bus or a 2-hour ferry)
http://www.ehow.com/how_4835268_deals-asia-insider-look.html

Re: Bangkok to Phnom Penh

by CEP1863

I flew with Air Asia - www.airasia.com. Excellent value for money. They are my first stop for short flights from BKK and are operating flights in to Phnom Penh at the moment.

Clare

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

VISA for CAMBODIA

by Tedsocoa

An electronic VISA for Cambodia is possible via their site on internet: http://www.cambodiaevisa.com/

This system is working perfectly via the Ministery of Foreigh Affaires in Phnom Penh.
Just log in, fill in your data , passport etc, join a good digital passphoto, and pay via Pay Pal.
Costs are 20$.
Some days later you will get your visa via email, all you have to do, is to print it our, and eventually cut it on passport format to stick it in your passport.
Arriving at the aeroport of Phnom Penh, just walk straight through to the passcontrol, they will shortly check our visa in their computersystem and off you go.
This avoids you to queue up with 150 passengers waiting before the immigration desk.

Cash Only

by jmmorgan

Other than the hotel i was staying in I do not recall seeing any other place in Phnom Penh that accepted Credit Cards. US Dollars cash were universally accepted indeed, the dollar was the currency of choice.

Ice Cubes

by Etoile2B

As most tourists know, it is not advised to drink anything but bottled water while in Cambodia. But the ice in country is actually made from filtered water and is therefore, supposedly safe to consume. The ice is transported in large blocks and on the back of carts as seen being loaded in the photo. But do beware, sometimes the blocks of ice are dragged in the street to get to the transport vehicles.

Malaria Pills

by DrewV

Keep in mind that Cambodia, like much of Southeast Asia, is in a malarial zone; therefore, it is possible that the nasty little bloodsucker that just bit you in the back of the leg might have given you malaria. Ouch! So be sure to get your doctor to prescribe some malaria pills before you leave home. You'll be happier. And bonus! Some of the pills can give you hallucinations! So it's really a two-for-one deal!

Not easy -- but essential

by shrimp56

A visit to Tuol Sleng S21. This prison was where many people were interrogated, tortured and killed. Surprisingly some people did survive a trip here, but those that didn't were buried in the mass graves at The Killing Fields.
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