Travel from Bangkok to Siem Reap

Since February 2013 the Thai Government has been running a direct bus service from Bangkok to Siem Reap, the town nearest to the world famous Angkor Wat temple complex.

  • Direct Service: Now there is no need to change buses, take boats and tuk-tuks, or endure a whole range of other discomforts that used to be a feature of the overland journey to Siem Reap.
  • Early Arrival: You board, drive to the border, get your visa, then it is back on the bus for an early evening arrival in Siem Reap.
  • Easy: Cheap, efficient and safe.

Government Bus from Bangkok to Siem Reap

The is one departure a day, everyday, on the Government bus from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal to Siem Reap, near to Angkhor Wat. Tickets cost 920 THB one way booked online. The times of the Government bus services are:

  • Departure: 07:30 Arrival: 15:00

Bus Times from Bangkok to Siem Reap

There are also other bus services available departing from the Khao San Road area and regular flights from Bangkok to Siem Reap Airport.

BangkokSiem Reap TicketCompany
01:3010:301,450 THBTravel Mart
07:4516:151,635 THBGiant ibis Transport
08:0017:301,350 THBTravel Mart
13:0000:301,200 THBTravel Mart
  • Travel Mart and Giant Ibis Transport services all depart from locations near to the Khao San Road in Central Bangkok.
  • Transport Co services (owned by the Thai Government) departs from the Northern Bus Terminal, also known as Morchit Bus Station.
  • All services travel direct to the centre of Siem Reap town.

Buy Tickets from Bangkok to Siem Reap

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Bus to Siem Reap from Morchit Bus Station

The Government bus service to Siem Reap depart from Morchit Bus Station in North of Bangkok, near to Chatuchak Park, an area also home to the famous Chatuchak weekend market.

Angkor Wat was 'rediscovered' in the mid 1800s
Angkhor Wat in the early 1900s

To get to Morchit Bus Station you can go as far as Mo Chit BTS (skytrain) station or Chatuchak MRT (metro) station and from there it is a very short taxi ride to Morchit Bus Station which should cost no more than 60 THB in a meter taxi.

Location of Bangkok Morchit Bus Station

Google Map of Morchit Bus Station

Visas for Cambodia

There are two ways to get a Visa for Cambodia: you can get a visa at the border, or you can apply for one in advance. Both options cost roughly the same. The only advantage of getting a visa in advance is that you can save yourself the bother of organising a visa when you stop at the border.

  • Visa on Arrival: Buy a ‘visa on arrival’ when you arrive at the border. The bus service stops at a travel agency where you can get the visa for the standard fee of $30 USD plus an administration charge of around 200 THB. You need one passport sized photograph.
  • Visa in Advance: You can also get a visa in advance online at the official web-site of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Kingdom of Cambodia. This e-visa costs $30 USD plus a $7 USD fee for processing the application.

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