Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Getting In


By Plane

Phnom Penh International Airport (formerly Pochentong International Airport) is the largest airport in Cambodia, located 7 km west of the city. The airport has two terminals, one for international and another for domestic flights. Facilities at Phnom Penh Airport include a post office, bank, ATMs, restaurants, duty-free shops, newsstand, tourist help desk and business centre.
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Flights to and from Phnom Penh Airport are served mainly by airlines based in East Asia and Southeast Asia. 
  • Airlines based in Southeast Asia include AirAsia (Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok), Bangkok Airways (Bangkok), Cambodia Angkor Air (Ho Chi Minh City, Siem Reap), Malaysia Airlines (Kuala Lumpur), SilkAir (Singapore), Jetstar Asia (Singapore), Thai Airways (Bangkok), Tiger Airways (Singapore) and Vietnam Airlines (Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Vientiane). 
  • Airlines based in East Asia include Asiana Airlines (Seoul-Incheon), China Airlines (Taipei), China Eastern Airlines (Kunming, Nanning), China Southern Airlines (Beijing, Guangzhou), Dragonair (Hong Kong), EVA Air (Taipei), Korean Air (Seoul-Incheon) and Shanghai Airlines (Shanghai). 
Qatar Airways is the only airline in the Middle East and flies into Phnom Penh from Doha.

Phnom Penn International Airport by Chikimaya

Taxis are available from the public taxi stand at Phnom Penh Airport. Taxis cost a flat USD9 and tuk-tuks cost USD7 officially - purchase a coupon first from the counter at the airport. If you are willing to lug your bags outside the airport fence you can catch a tuk-tuk (waiting near the entrance) into town for USD5. For visitors on a budget without a lot of luggage, it's worth catching an official motorcycle taxi for USD2.

Vietnam Airlines at Phnom Penh Airport by M Radzi Desa

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