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Trip overview from Koh Rong to Sihanoukville


To make trip planning super easy and fast, we created a step-by-step guide to find the best way to travel from Koh Rong to Sihanoukville.

To start with, use the slider to compare the different options:

 

How to get from Koh Rong to Sihanoukville


Koh Toch is the main beach of Koh Rong. If you didn’t book a return ticket, you can still buy a single ticket with Buva Sea for $12.

Island Speed Ferry and Buva Sea offer return tickets from Sihanoukville to Sok San Beach. If you didn’t book a return ticket, you can also buy a one-way ticket back to Sihanoukville with Buva Sea for $15.40.

Buva Sea offers one-way tickets for the price of $15.40. Travel time takes around 45 minutes to Sihanoukville.

You can buy your one-way ticket from Coconut Beach to Sihanoukville with Buva Sea for $15.40. Easier is to buy an open-return ticket in Sihanoukville in advance.

The only ferry company that operates on this route is Speed Ferry Cambodia. Your ticket from Sihanoukville to Palm Beach will include the return trip back to the mainland.

 

Your options at a glance

Transport modeDurationCostsAvailability
Ferry
(from Koh Toch Beach)
45min$12Check ferry tickets
Ferry
(from Sok San Beach)
45min$15.40Check ferry tickets
Ferry
(from Long Set Beach)
45min$15.40Check ferry tickets
Ferry
(from Coconut Beach)
45min$15.40Check ferry tickets
Ferry
(from Palm Beach)
1 hourcosts included in the round trip ticket alreadyRead article for info

Are you a fast decision maker? Simply use the links above to book your tickets!

If you haven’t found your best transport option yet, no problem. This was just the intro. Below we share our step-by-step guide of how to get from Koh Rong to Sihanoukville.

Koh Rong to Sihanoukville travelroute on map

Ferry from Koh Toch Beach to Sihanoukville


Duration: 45min 
Costs: $12

Travelers with One-Way Tickets

If you only bought a one-way ticket for your trip from Sihanoukville to Koh Toch Beach, you still have to book a one-way ferry ride back to Sihanoukville.

Buva Sea offers one-way tickets from Koh Toch Beach to Sihanoukville for $12. They have ferries leaving 4 times a day from Koh Toch beach to Sihanoukville.

See their schedule in the table below:

Ferry OperatorScheduleDurationCosts
Buva Sea07:00-07:30
09:00-09:30
12:00-12:30
15:00-15:30
30m$12

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The ferry departs from the ferry terminal in Koh Toch Beach and arrives at Serendipity Beach Pier, Sihanoukville.

Travelers with Open Return Tickets

Travelers with open return tickets only have to inform the ferry company about their return trip.

Ferry companies prefer that you confirm your trip back to Sihanoukville at least one day prior to your intended return date. Normally it will also work on the same day, but chances become smaller to get a ticket back at your preferred time.

Below we provide the schedules of all ferry companies operating on this route.

Ferry OperatorDeparture
Buva Sea07:00
09:00
12:00
15:00
GTVC Speedboat08:00
08:45
11:45
14:45
Speed Ferry Cambodia06:30
10:00
10:30
12:30
16:00
Island Speed Ferry10:30
13:30
16:30

Check the post about Sihanoukville to Koh Rong if you still need to buy your open return ticket.

 

Ferry from Sok San Beach to Sihanoukville


Duration: 45min
Costs: $15.40

Buva Sea operates 3 trips from Sok San Beach to Sihanoukville. Tickets cost $15.40 and the ferry ride takes around 45 minutes.

Ferry OperatorScheduleDurationCosts
Buva Sea08:15-09:00
11:15-12:00
14:15-15:00
45m$15.40

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Buva Sea ferry departs from the Sok San Ferry Terminal and arrives at Serendipity Beach Pier.

Another ferry that operates on this route is Island Speed Ferry. To travel with this ferry you need to book a return ticket from Sihanoukville to Sok San Beach. You can ask for the up-to-date ferry schedule at their office in Sihanoukville.

The Island Speed Ferry departs from Sok San Long Beach.

 

Ferry from Long Set Beach to Sihanoukville


Duration: 45min
Costs: $15.40

Buva Sea and Speed Ferry Cambodia both provide return tickets from Sihanoukville to Long Set Beach. Don’t forget to inform them about your return date in advance.

When you don’t have a return ticket, you can still buy a one-way ticket back to Sihanoukville with Buva Sea for $15.40.

See the ferry schedules below:

Ferry OperatorScheduleDurationCosts
Buva Sea07:01-07:46
09:01-09:46
15:01-15:46
45m$15.40

Speed Ferry Cambodia06:30-07:15
10:00-10:45
12:30-13:15
16:00-16:45
45m(cost included in the round trip ticket)

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Ferries depart from Long Set Beach and dock at Serendipity Beach Pier.

 

Ferry from Coconut Beach to Sihanoukville


Duration: 45min
Costs: $15.40

Both Buva Sea and Speed Ferry Cambodia provide 3 schedules for trips back to Sihanoukville.

If you didn’t buy a return ticket, Buva Sea also sells one-way tickets for at $15.40 from Coconut Beach to Sihanoukville.

Make sure you arrange your return trip with the ferry companies at least one day in advance.

If the weather conditions don’t allow to dock at Coconut beach, they might use the dock of ‘The Daem Thkov’ village. This village is about a 20-minute walk from Coconut beach.

Ferry OperatorScheduleDurationCosts
Buva Sea07:02-07:47
09:02-09:47
15:02-15:47
45m$15.40

Speed Ferry Cambodia06:00-06:45
10:00-10:45
14:30-15:15
45m(cost included in the round trip ticket)

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Ferries depart from Coconut Beach and arrive at Serendipity Beach Pier.

 

Ferry from Palm Beach to Sihanoukville


Duration: 1 hour
Costs: costs included in the round trip ticket already

As there is only one ferry company servicing this specific route and vise versa, you should buy a return ticket in advance.

Speed Ferry Cambodia sells tickets that include an open return trip from Sihanoukville to Koh Rong (Palm Beach).

Make sure to confirm your return trip at least 24 hours before departing Palm Beach.

Ferry OperatorScheduleDuration
Speed Ferry Cambodia
06:00-07:00
10:00-11:00
14:30-13:30
1h

The ferry departs from Palm Beach and arrives at Serendipity Beach Pier in Sihanoukville.


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