The Schedule


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  • Cambodia Visa


    Passengers entering Cambodia from Thailand are advised to apply for a visa on arrival (check if this is applicable to your nationality before). Our Crew Attendant will arrange this for passengers at the border, with tourist visas costing $30 and business visas $35. We charge an additional $5 service fee at the border for batch processing. While an e-visa may seem an attractive and speedier option, immigration officials request an additional $2 for the visas to be processed. Passengers holding an e-visa will be asked to place $2 in their passport when the Crew Attendant collects them.

  • Departure Point


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

  • Pickup Service


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

  • On the Road


    Once the bus departs, the Crew Attendant will hand out a pastry from Blue Pumpkin, a bottle of water and cold towel. The Crew Attendant is on hand throughout the journey to respond to passengers' needs.

  • Vietnamese Customs and Immigration


    When the bus arrives as the border, passengers must disembark to receive an exit stamp in their passports. The Crew Attendant will return passports to passengers as they get off the bus and collect them again when you get back on to process them with Cambodian immigration.


  • Lunch Stop


    After clearing Vietnamese immigration, the bus will make a 30-minute stop at a restaurant in the duty-free zone. Here, passengers can enjoy lunch while the Crew Attendant takes all passports to the Cambodian immigration check point to start the process while you eat, saving time crossing the border.

  • Cambodian Customs and Immigration


    After all Cambodian visas have been processed, the bus continues to the immigration check point, where all luggage needs to be scanned. Note, if locals ask to help you carry your luggage, they will expect US$1 per bag. The Crew Attendant will guide passengers to the passport collection point, where the luggage is scanned and back to the bus.


  • Relax…


    Sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery. This journey passes through Taininhprovince in Vietnambefore passing through the Cambodian provinces ofSvayRieng, Prey Veng andKandal, and finally Phnom Penh. You'll get to see Vietnameseand Cambodian rural life first-hand as you drive through small towns and villages. Free wifi is available onboard, but please note connection is temperamental when driving through rural areas. Our buses are also equipped with power points.

  • Duration


    The duration of the trip is 6 hours on average +/- 30 minutes. The distance between Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh is 240 km.


  • Arrival in Phnom Penh


    The bus arrives at the new Giant Ibis Bus Station on Street 90, near Wat Phnom. Once you've received your baggage, there will be plenty of tuktuks 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.



  • Departure Point


    The bus departs from the Giant Ibis Bus Terminal on Street 90, near Wat Phnom.

  • 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 cold towel, as well as a pillow and blanket. Please contact the Crew Attendant for anything you need during the journey.

  • Onboard Toilet


    Giant Ibis night buses are the only vehicles in our fleet with an onboard toilet. The bus will not make any bathroom stops during the journey.

  • Driver Swap


    We place passenger safety at the core of our operations, so the bus will stop briefly in Kampong Thom town midway through the journey,so the drivers can swop. The 15-minute stop allows the two drivers to get out and stretch their legs, 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 for some authentic rural roadside cuisine.

  • Duration


    National Road 6 – the highway between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap – has been widened from two to four lanes, making the journey much quicker and smoother. To ensure passengers can get some rest, our drivers coast at a leisurely 50-60 km/h. You can expect the 320km journey to take 7 hours, arriving in Siem Reap at about 6am.

  • Get some sleep…


    Our double and single bunks are perfect to get some rest ahead of exploring the temples in the morning. Only the top bunks have reading lights, so be sure to pre-book your spot if you want to read. Beds are 1.8 metres long and we have a 2-metre bed at the back if you're extra tall. Don't forget to charge your phone in our power points 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, directly behind the Angkor National Museum. Once you've received your baggage, there will be plenty of tuktuks 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, directly behind the Angkor National Museum. Once you've received your baggage, there will be plenty of tuktuks waiting to take you to your next destination.

  • Pickup Service – Important!


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

  • On the Road


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

  • Onboard Toilet


    Giant Ibis night buses are the only vehicles in our fleet with an onboard toilet. The bus will not make any bathroom stops during the journey.

  • Driver Swap


    We place passenger safety at the core of our operations, so the bus will stop briefly in Kampong Thom town midway through the journey,so the drivers can swop. The 15-minute stop allows the two drivers to get out and stretch their legs, 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 for some authentic rural roadside cuisine.


  • Duration


    National Road 6 – the highway between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh – has been widened from two to four lanes, making the journey much quicker and smoother. To ensure passengers can get some rest, our drivers coast at a leisurely 50-60 km/h. You can expect the 320km journey to take 7 hours, arriving in Phnom Penh at about 6am.

  • Get some sleep…


    Our double and single bunks are perfect to get some rest ahead of exploring the temples in the morning. Only the top bunks have reading lights, so be sure to pre-book your spot if you want to read. Beds are 1.8 metres long and we have a 2-metre bed at the back if you're extra tall. Don't forget to charge your phone in our power points while you sleep.

  • Arrival in Phnom Penh


    The bus arrives at the new Giant Ibis Bus Station on Street 90, near Wat Phnom. Once you've received your baggage, there will be plenty of tuktuks 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.