Cambodia tour from ThailandThailand and Cambodia is a great choice if you are looking for places to go in South East Asia. Thailand has the ideal ingredients for a holiday in paradise, and you will explore its beautiful southern islands off the east coast, relax in the gleaming sun and try some of the special Thai food. Meanwhile Cambodia is filled with ancient ruins, spectacular temples of Angkor Wat. This fascinating tour to Cambodia from Thailand provides the perfect opportunity to experience the best of Indochina. It is much easier to travel from Bangkok to Cambodia with some of the ways below:
Flight to Cambodia from BangkokThere are 3 airlines: Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways and Thai Smile, which offer direct flights from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport to Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. Another budget option is to fly to Cambodia from Don Muang Airport in Bangkok with Thai AirAsia. At around one hour flying time, this is the perfect way to travel and save your time.
|Route||FlyingTime||Flights frequency/ day|
|Bangkok - Siem Riep||1 hour 05 min||10 flights/day|
|Bangkok - Phnom Penh||1 hour 10 min||13 flights/day|
Travelling by bus from Bangkok to Cambodia is the cheapest option (from $24). It offers more flexible routes than flights for those who don’t care about time. Buses departs Bangkok ans there are 2 stops: Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
Buses from Bangkok to Cambodia
To get from Bangkok to Siem Riep, you can take a direct bus (either Nattakan bus or Giant Ibis one) leaves from Northern bus terminal Mo Chit in the morning. Its travel time is about 7 – 10 hours. Meanwhile, there is only one direct bus of Transport Co International to Phnom Penh. It departs at 5 a.m and arrives in Phnom Penh by 6 p.m on the same day. The bus takes about 5 hours to get from Bangkok to the border and 7 more hours to reach Phnom Penh. When you are at Aranyaprathet/ Poipet border crossing, you will take at least 1 – 2 hours to get a Cambodia visa on arrival.