|Bus||4 hours||$8||Check bus tickets|
|Taxi||3 - 4 hours||$40||Reserve a taxi|
Route overview from Phnom Penh to Kep
Bus Phnom Penh to Kep
4 hours, $8
Taking the bus is quite convenient and also the cheapest option to reach Kep. We recommend to travel with Cambodia Post or Giant Ibis, but there are more companies you can choose from.
Taxi Phnom Penh to Kep
3 – 4 hours, $40
You can hail a taxi on the street or order a larger SUV type taxi online. Expect the journey to take 3-4 hours, depending on how many stops you make along the way.
Option 1: Bus
Route: Phnom Penh Kep
Duration: 4 hours
We highly recommend booking a ride with either Cambodia Post VIP Van or Giant Ibis. They have a good reputation for their service and road safety.
Expect roads in fair conditions when heading from Phnom Penh to Kep.
|Cambodia Post VIP Van||07:45-11:45||4h||$8|
|Phnom Penh Sorya||07:00-12:00|
|Giant Ibis Transport||08:00-11:00|
Cambodia Post VIP
- Departure from the Post Office (Government building) in Phnom Penh
- Arrival at the Post office in Kep
If you wish to book with Cambodia Post VIP Van, you need to check BookMeBus for available trips.
- Departure close to the National Library in Phnom Penh
- Arrival at the Giant Ibis office across Kep Beach
If you want to travel with Giant Ibis, you can book your tickets at 12Go.Asia.
Phnom Penh Sorya
- Departure from the Phnom Penh Sorya Office along Charles de Gaulle Blvd.
- Arrival at the Phnom Penh Sorya Terminal near Kep Beach
- Departure from the Champa Mekong Terminal along Oknha Hing Penn Street
- Arrival at the Champa Mekong Terminal near Kep Beach
Option 2: Taxi
Route: Phnom Penh Kep
Duration: 3 – 4 hours
You can either put your negotiation skills to the work and hail a cab on your own or book a taxi ride online.
If you hail one on the street, expect to pay around $40-$50 for a one-way trip. Make sure you agree on the rate with the driver so you don’t end up paying more.
Booking online through Camboticket is also a convenient option. Taxis booked online are SUV types and will provide more room than the usual taxis you can find on the streets. Booking online costs $55 for a 4 person car.
Lastly, you can also opt for a ride share. You can find this ride share stand at the Psar Dang Kor Taxi Park along Mao Tse Toung Boulevard. A ride will cost $5 per person, but you’ll have to wait until the taxi is full.
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