River 108 Boutique Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Number 2 Street 108, Sankat Vat Phnom, Phnom Penh, 12202, Cambodia
River 108 Boutique Hotel
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Rated 15% higher but also costs 29% more than other 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

phnom penh to koh kong

by janicem46

Can anyone help me, I understand that there is a bus that travels from Phnom Penh to Koh Kong. I would like to know how to find out the bus times and whether the bus arrives in time to cross the border that day.

I would be grateful for any info about this bus, or any other mean of transport that would get me there the same day.

Thank you


Re: phnom penh to koh kong

by rrrkkng

other than Capitol, you can take Mekong Express at the river front of Phnompenh. As the speed boat leaves Sihanoukville at 12 noon, I wonder if you can make it on the same day to Koh Kong, better stay at Sihanoukville for a day or 2, the beaches are gorgeous. The last bus from Trat to Bangkok will leave at 7 p.m., you might have to stay overnight at Trat.

Re: phnom penh to koh kong

by mustangmach

I did the P.Penh to Koh Khong last year(Dec); but I took a taxi from the Central Market. It cost me USD10 for a single seat. I would suggest you take up two seats and pay USD20 and sit in front of the taxi which is usually a Camry and the air-conditioner works!
Sometimes the guys will ask for more like USD25, but insist on paying UDS20. ITs much quicker and the journey takes aboout 8hours. And the road to Koh Khong is excellent!( brand new road ).
I dont think there is a bus service; but mini buses do go to K.Khong from the Central Market area. Just find out.
As a matter of fact you will have ample time to cross the border ( Had Lek in Cambodia). From this point take a mini bus to Trat ( cost about 100 bhat) and then from Trat bus terminal catch a bus to Bangkok; all in a day!
I fyou have anu further questions please ask.

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

Down by the River

by DrewV

Down by the river, I shot my baby -- Neil Young

My, that's depressingly fitting.

Phnom Penh is built upon the banks of the Tonle Sap River, at the point where it flows into the Mekong. The two rivers mingle and then separate into the Mekong and Bassac rivers as they flow out of Cambodia into the massive delta in Vietnam.

riverbank living

by sunnywong

an early morning exploration of the west bank of the Chrouy Changvar peninsula, the finger of land at the confluence of the Tonle Sap and Mekong Rivers. This shot was taken as I cross the Japanese Friendship Bridge. Just minutes from the hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh, it's like crossing over into another world.

Royal Ploughing Ceremony

by Cathy&Gary

The Royal Ploughing Ceremony is celebrated in May at the beginning of the rainy season and is the first of the traditional agrarian festivals.

This day marks the start of rice planting for the country.
In times past on a day determined by Palace astrologers, the King traced the first furrows in the capitals sacred rice field, inaugurating the Ploughing season.

Today a ceremonial furrow is ploughed in the park of the National Museum and the scared cows are offered selected foods and drinks and what they choose foretells the following years crops.

The ritual is performed by a man, the King of Meakh, who leads the yoke and plough. A woman follows, Queen Me Hour, who then sows the seeds.

After circling the rice filed three times, the procession stops at a chapel where Brahmins invoke the protection of the Gods.
For this ceremony both men and women wear brightly colored traditional Khmer costumes.

Eating Spiders and Insects!


This is strictly an Off The Rockers activity!
This is also a reflection of how people can survive even in the toughest of times, perhaps.
There are insect galore at one end of the Central Market (Phsar Thmei)

Tuol tom pong market -Russian Market

by mary2u99 about Russian Market

The place to do souvenir shopping. A wide range of real and fake antiquities, wood curving, betel nut boxes, silk, silver jewelry, jewelry cases, DVDs, CDs.

You can buy backpack at a good price provided you bargain. We got two backpack for the price of US15.00. The place to do souvenir shopping. A wide range of real and fake antiquities, wood curving, betel nut boxes, silk, silver jewelry, jewelry cases, DVDs, CDs and backpacks. from US1.00 and above


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