Siem Reap, a popular tourist destination in Cambodia known for the Angkor temples, has a central bus terminal called the “Siem Reap Bus Station” or “Siem Reap Provincial Transport Station.” This is the main hub for intercity bus services connecting Siem Reap with other cities and towns in Cambodia.
The Siem Reap Bus Station is located about 4 kilometers southwest of the city center, along National Road 6 (NR6). It is situated near the Angkor High School and is easily accessible by tuk-tuk or taxi from the city center.
The bus station serves as a departure and arrival point for various bus companies operating in Cambodia. It offers both domestic and international bus routes. Domestic routes include destinations like Phnom Penh, Battambang, Sihanoukville, and other towns in Cambodia. International routes connect Siem Reap with neighboring countries like Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam.
Inside the bus station, you’ll find ticket counters for different bus companies where you can purchase tickets. There are waiting areas, basic facilities, and some small food stalls. It’s advisable to arrive at the bus station at least 30 minutes before your scheduled departure time.
If you’re planning to travel by bus from Siem Reap, it’s recommended to check the schedules and book your tickets in advance.