The Schedule


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  • Cambodia Visa


    Cambodia offers a Visa on Arrival (VOA) to visiting tourists, however we recommend you to arrange for a visa before departure to avoid unforeseen problems. An e-Visa can be applied for online here (link to https://www.evisa.gov.kh/) for tourist visas, other types of visa must be applied for in person at the Cambodian Embassy. Tourist visa cost 30$ and 35$ for business visa, we will charge $5 service fee at the border for batch processing.

  • Departure Point


    The bus departs from the Giant Ibis ticket office downtown Ho Chi Minh at the Giant Ibis ticket office on Pham Ngu Lao Street in District 1. If you are not using our pickup service, please arrive 30 minutes before scheduled departure.

  • Pickup Service


    Complimentary pickup service is offered to passengers staying at one of our partner hotels.

  • On the Road


    Once the bus departs, the Crew Attendant will distribute a pastry from Blue Pumpkin, a bottle of water and a cold towel. He will also collect your passport at this time. Please contact this Crew Attendant for anything you need during the journey.

  • Vietnamese Customs and Immigration


    When the bus arrives as the border, each passenger will be required to get off the bus and get an exit stamp in their passport. The Crew Attendant will return your passport to you as you get off the bus and collect it from you again when you get back on.


  • Lunch Stop


    After you’ve cleared Vietnamese immigration, you will proceed to a restaurant in the duty free zone. While you enjoy lunch, the Crew Attendant will take your passports ahead to the Cambodian immigration check point to start the process while you eat.

  • Cambodian Customs and Immigration


    When your Cambodian visa has been processed, the bus will take you to the immigration check point. Follow the Crew Attendant, pick up your passport from the immigration officer, scan your luggage, and return to the bus.


  • Relax…


    And enjoy the scenery. This journey will take you through the Taininh Provice in Vietnam and the Cambodian Provinces of Svay Rieng, Prey Veng, and Kandal. You’ll get to see Cambodian rural life first hand as you pass through small towns and villages. We’ll play a movie or two along the way, but you can turn off the sound above your head and read a book or use our free onboard wifi. Ask the Crew Attendant for the password and don’t forget to charge your device in our electrical outlets.

  • Duration


    The duration of the trip will depend largely on the ferry crossing and border crossing, but you should expect a 6 hour journey on average +/- 30 minutes. The distance between HCM and PP is 240 km.


  • Arrival in Phnom Penh


    The bus will drop you off at the Giant Ibis ticket office on Street 106 next to the night market, close to the riverside. Once you’ve received your baggage there will be plenty of tuk tuk’s available to take you to your next destination.



  • Departure Point


    The bus departs from the Giant Ibis ticket office on Street 106 next to the night market, close to the riverside.

  • Pickup Service – Important!


    Complimentary pickup service is currently not available for night bus departures. Please arrange your own transportation to the departure point.

    We highly recommend Choice Taxi – 023-888-023 or 010-888-010

  • On the Road


    Once the bus departs, the Crew Attendant will distribute a bottle of water and a cold towel as well as a pillow and blanket. Please contact this Crew Attendant for anything you need during the journey.

  • Onboard Toilet


    Our night bus is the only bus in our fleet with an onboard toilet. The bus will not make any bathroom stops during the journey.

  • Driver Swap


    The bus will stop briefly in Kampong Thom town midway through the journey in order to swap drivers. This 15 minute stop allows our two drivers to get out and stretch, have a cup of coffee and a bowl of porridge. If you’re awake and have the munchies, feel free to grab a quick bite here too for some genuine rural roadside cuisine.

  • Duration


    National Road 6, the highway between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap is being widened from 2 to 4 lanes. Road work is ongoing and will continue throughout 2014. This makes for a bumpy ride when you’re trying to sleep. That’s why our drivers will coast at a leisurely 50-60 km/hr in order to minimize the road effects and allow you to get some rest. You can expect the 320 km journey to take 7 hours, arriving in Siem Reap around 06:00 am.

  • Get some sleep…


    No scenery on this trip and we won’t be playing any movies either. Try to get some rest so you’re ready to see the temples in the morning. Only the top bunks have reading lights, so be sure to book a top bunk if you want to read. Our beds are 1.8 meters long and we even have a 2 meter bed at the back if you’re extra tall. Don’t forget to charge your phone in our electrical outlets while you sleep.

  • Arrival in Siem Reap


    The bus will drop you off in downtown Siem Reap at the Giant Ibis bus terminal just north of the Sokha Angkor Resort and directly behind the Angkor National Museum. Once you’ve received your baggage there will be plenty of tuk tuk’s waiting to take you to your next destination.


  • Departure Point


    The bus departs from downtown Siem Reap at the Giant Ibis bus terminal just north of the Sokha Angkor Resort and directly behind the Angkor National Museum.

  • Pickup Service – Important!


    Complimentary pickup service is currently not available for night bus departures. Please arrange your own transportation to the departure point.

    We highly recommend Choice Taxi – 023-888-023 or 070-888-070.

  • On the Road


    Once the bus departs, the Crew Attendant will distribute a bottle of water and a cold towel as well as a pillow and blanket. Please contact this Crew Attendant for anything you need during the journey.

  • Onboard Toilet


    Our night bus is the only bus in our fleet with an onboard toilet. The bus will not make any bathroom stops during the journey.

  • Driver Swap


    The bus will stop briefly in Kampong Thom town midway through the journey in order to swap drivers. This 15 minute stop allows our two drivers to get out and stretch, have a cup of coffee and a bowl of porridge. If you’re awake and have the munchies, feel free to grab a quick bite here too for some genuine rural roadside cuisine.


  • Duration


    National Road 6, the highway between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh is being widened from 2 to 4 lanes. Road work is ongoing and will continue throughout 2014. This makes for a bumpy ride when you’re trying to sleep. That’s why our drivers will coast at a leisurely 50-60 km/hr in order to minimize the road effects and allow you to get some rest. You can expect the 320 km journey to take 7 hours, arriving in Phnom Penh around 06:00 am.

  • Get some sleep…


    No scenery on this trip and we won’t be playing any movies either. Try to get some rest so you’re refreshed for the coming day. Only the top bunks have reading lights, so be sure to book a top bunk if you want to read. Our beds are 1.8 meters long and we even have a 2 meter bed at the back if you’re extra tall. Don’t forget to charge your phone in our electrical outlets while you sleep.

  • Arrival in Phnom Penh


    The bus will drop you off at the Giant Ibis ticket office on Street 106 next to the night market, close to the riverside. Once you’ve received your baggage there will be plenty of tuk tuk’s waiting to take you to your next destination. If you’re connecting with another Giant Ibis bus, then you’re in the right place for your next departure. Leave your bags with us and tour the city if you have time.