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By Road :There are two border entrances that visitors prefer to take: Poipet - Cambodian border to Thailand; and Bavet - Cambodian border to Vietnam. Be aware that current conditions along the main highways are rather bad though improvements are expected. Rough roads, deep potholes, and dust are major problems to be faced.

 

By water:You can travel from Laos or Vietnam along the Mekong River or by ship to Sihanoukville port which is the Cambodia international sea port. Boat travel is possible from Thailand to the coastal island of Koh Kong and them into Cambodia.

 

By Air: Previously there was only one international airport, Pochontong in Phnom Penh, but recently with the aim to attract more visitors, the government has addedSiem Reap as another international airport. Theare are numerous airlines flying in and out of Cambodia, some are daily and some only a couple of times a week. Howerver, with Cambodia's open skies policy, more airline services are becoming available.

 

By Tuk Tuk: Previously there was only one international airport, Pochontong in Phnom Penh, but recently with the aim to attract more visitors, the government has added Siem Reap as another international airport. Theare are numerous airlines flying in and out of Cambodia, some are daily and some only a couple of times a week. Howerver, with Cambodia's open skies policy, more airline services are becoming available.