You have 4 options when travelling from Kep to Kampot. A bus can complete the journey in 30 minutes, a taxi in 20 minutes, a tuk-tuk in 35-40 minutes, and a ferry in 3 hours. Prices range between $3 and $20.
The bus is the cheapest option at $3. There are several departure times of buses from Kep to Kampot. Check the schedule further on this page or book your tickets directly in the table below.
If you want to get dropped off right at your hotel or activity, taking the taxi is an easy option. Taxis on this route cost $20.
Tuk-tuks take a bit longer than the taxis but offer a great local experience. The cost for a one-way tuk-tuk trip starts at $10.Although it takes a lot longer, it will offer a stunning view of the sunset! You should see it as an experience rather than a way of transport.
Currently, you cannot book a bus ride with Giant Ibis online. You have to contact them by email or phone or ask your hotel to arrange your trip with them.
Departs from Champa Mekong Office, near Kep Beach
Arrives at Champa Bus Station, close to the Durian Roundabout in the city center
Giant Ibis Transport
Departs from the Giant Ibis Transport Office in Kep, near Kep Beach
Arrives at Giant Ibis Transport Office in Kampot, near the Durian Roundabout in the city center
Other companies running bus trips on this route are Kampot Tours and Travel or Rith Travel. It is best to contact them directly to check if the schedule is still up-to-date. See below the most recent schedule we found:
Kampot Tours has a bus departing from Kampot at 7:30 and at 14:30. Costs $3.
Rith Travel has a bus departing from Kampot at 7:00, 11:00 and 15:00. Costs $4.
Kep to Kampot by Taxi
Duration: 30min Cost: $20
The advantage of the taxi is that they can drop you right off at your accommodation or place you want to visit.
Taxi fares are usually priced at $20, but you might be able to haggle for a lower rate.
You can hail a taxi from the street, find one through your hotel or book online by clicking the button below.
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