BUSES OUT OF KOH KONG TOWN
Buses to Sihanoukville normally leave early morning, although there are minibuses too that will leave in the afternoon depending on demand. There is also a bus that leaves for Kep via Kampot every morning.
Now there is a good road which crosses over 4 or 5 rivers on bridges that have been completed since 2007. When i made the trip only one bridge was complete and the minibuses and trucks crossed the wide rivers on barges, which sometimes consisted of a few small boats lashed together with planks on top to accommodate the vehicles.
The scenic route to Sihanoukville
I had two options crossing the Thai border on my way to Sihanoukville: either bus or boat. It wasn't difficult. The boat leaves at 8 am every day from Koh Kong. USD 15 and close to four hours later you're in Sihanoukville.
It is a lovely scenery along the Cambodian coast and much more comfortable than traveling by by bus (at least that's my personal opinion).
The boat returns from Sihanoukville to Koh Kong/Thai border at noon - 12am - every day.
Tickets can be bought at hotels or on the pier.
Locals are selling soft drinks on board. The express boat makes a short stop at Pok Long.
Some warn that the boat is build for rivers only and should be avoided when the weather is bad. I traveled in the winter time (November) and the ocean was silent and the sun was shining all day long. More info on http://www.asia-planet.net/cambodia/sihanoukville.htmRelated to:
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