The easiest way to travel from Pattaya to Siem Reap is to take a direct bus service. Travelling independently means changing vehicle once you have crossed over the border, and this normally increases the overall journey time.
Bus Times from Pattaya to Siem Reap
There is currently 1 bus service a day from Pattaya to Siem Reap available to book online.
|07:30||20:30||฿ 1,200||Boonsiri High Speed Ferries|
- The journey by bus from Pattaya to Siem Reap is scheduled to take from 13 hours.
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Pattaya Bus Station
Boonsiri High Speed Ferries services from Pattaya to Siem Reap depart from the Pattaya Boonsiri Office, 209/18 Soi Paniad Chang, Amphoe Bang Lamung, Chon Buri 20150.
Siem Reap Bus Station
Boonsiri High Speed Ferries services from Pattaya drop passengers off at any hotel in Siem Reap.
About Travel to Siem Reap
Siem Reap is the second largest city in Cambodia after Phnom Penh. The main reason why Siem Reap has grown into a city of around 250,000 permanent residents is it’s proximity to Cambodia’s most popular tourist attraction, the Angkor Archaeological Park.
Tourism in Siem Reap
Siem Reap has a very well developed tourist infrastructure, and the largest employer in the area is the tourist industry. Siem Reap has a very wide range of hotels, restaurants and bars, some of which are very luxury and expensive. Because of the popularity of the Angkor Archaeological Park, prices tend to be less good value for money than they are in less busy cities, such as Battambang.
Tickets to the Angkor Archaeological Park
Visiting the Angkor Archaeological Park is also relatively expensive, although still good value when you consider how many things there are to see in this 400 square kilometre outdoor museum. The main expense of visting the Angkor Archaeological Park is the price of the entrance ticket, which is currently $37 for a 1 day pass, $62 for a 3 day pass and $72 for a 7 day pass.
Travel to the Angkor Archaeological Park
The second expense is transport. It’s 5 km from Siem Reap to to the entrance to the Angkor Archaeological Park and inside the park the temples are spread out as well. Visiting the park on foot would mean a lot of walking to see very little. The cheapest way to get around is to rent a bicycle. More expensive options include taking an organised tour or a private taxi. Many independent travellers, however, choose to rent a local tuk-tuk which will cost around $20 for a part day tour of a slection of temples.