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Travelling by Train

Trains only run from Phnom Penh to Poipet and to Sihanoukville on a single track. The train network in Poipet is connected to the Thai train network.

Two trains alternate on the tracks - a yellow train and a blue train. The arrangement of the seats is slightly different (sideways or forward), but both trains are air-conditioned and tickets are for the same price. Announcements are made in Khmer and English by a man in a jacket with a portable karaoke machine, giving the customer information a personal touch.
They leave Phnom Penh around 7 am and the ride lasts almost the entire day. Trains run very slowly and are very cheap, but for budget travelers who have the time to travel, it is a great experience. Trains tend to depart on time. It is recommended if you allow yourself the time.

How to buy tickets ...How to buy tickets ...
Buy at the station or by phone on +855 78 888 582-83. In Phnom Penh, the counter of the station is open from 08.00 till 16:30 hours and in the weekend from 06.00 hours till 16.00 hours.

 

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