Phnom Penh Transport Guide

It might have witnessed a boom in recent years but transport in Phnom Penh still remains rudimentary. Roads aren’t great, with traffic common. Since it’s still a relatively small city though, walking is often all that you’ll need.

How to get around

Public transport is the only feasible and realistic way to travel around the city. The costs of a taxi or tuk-tuk are incredibly cheap and they are available day and night. These two aspects of public transport eliminate the need for travellers to rent a bike or car. Roads in the city are chaotic and frightfully busy. It is best to let local drivers navigate through the streets, allowing for you to take in the sights of this densely populous city and travel in relative safety.