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Posted by thaiscaesar on 15/10/2008 at 18:12

We are travelling from Bangkok to Cambodia, is it best to get a train or a bus? and is it best to start at Ankor or go somewhere else 1st and travel from there??? any suggestions please :)

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Posted by thaiscaesar on 15/10/2008 at 18:13

That was a honest mistake, I meant Angkor....!!


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Posted by Playground on 16/10/2008 at 08:30

Well.. you can travel South to Phnom Penh ^^
If you would like to learn more Cambodia history and ex Khmer Rouge Dynasty, Phnom Penh is your destination.

I just back from Cambodia, if you intended to visit Phnom Penh , you may reach Mr Thai for the tours. He is good english speaker and really nice person! Highly recommended! Just say Mr.Victor introduce him to you and you may get some good deal. I paid USD18 for the whole day trip which whole every single penny, and I ended paying him additional USD3 for tips.

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Posted by somtam2000 on 16/10/2008 at 10:48 admin

Bangkok to SR trip is explained here.

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Posted by lovelygh on 21/10/2008 at 20:55


You cannot take a train to angkor. Just take a bus from bangkok to siem reap ( 1 day journey), and then you can travel in battambang, wich has nice surroundings, phnom penh, Kampot, and sihanoukville if you go back to bangkok, by bus (another 1 day journey).
Other choice, Go from bangkok to PP by air asia, it's cheap most of time.and then travel by bus.
have a nice trip

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