Travel from Don Det to Phnom Penh

Rather than take several different buses to travel from Don Det to Phnom Penh, an easier option is to take a single direct minivan service all the way from Don Det to Phnom Penh. The scheduled journey time for the direct service is 13 hours.


Travel Times to Phnom Penh


There is one daily service from Don Det to Phnom Penh which is available to book online.

Don DetPhnom PenhCostCompany
08:0021:00$34.00 USDAsia Van Transfer

  • ATV passengers travel in a 14 seat minivan.

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AVT Don Det Bus Stop


Asia Van Transfer services to Phnom Penh depart from the main town in the north of Don Det.

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Arrival in Phnom Penh


Asia Van Transfer services from Don Det to Phnom Penh terminate at Koh Tral St. (65) in Phnom Penh city centre.

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About Phnom Penh


Phnom Penh is Cambodia’s largest city with a population of over 2 million people, and also the administrative capital of Cambodia. Phnom Penh is a lively and diverse city with notoriously busy roads and very few green spaces. Despite being in many ways an unpleasant city to live in for those two reasons there are lots of things for visitors to see and do. The city also has a good range of bars, restaurants and hotels, many which offer fantastic value for money.

Royal Palace in Phnom Penh

Royal Palace in Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh has three major tourists attractions, as well as a long list of more minor attractions. The three major attractions are:

  • The Royal Palace: A 19th Century complex of temples, royal residences and ceremonial buildings still used as the official residence of the Cambodian Royal Family. The Royal Palace is near the river just south of the busiest part of the city centre. Entry costs $10 USD per person for foreign visitors, which is significantly cheaper than the entrance fee to other major South East Asian historical sites such as the Royal Palace in Bangkok.
  • Wat Phnom: This temple on a man made hill in Phnom Penh is the most important religious site in the city centre. The temple is dedicated to Lady Penh, who according to legend, was the founder of both the temple and the city. Entrance to Wat Phnom costs only $1 USD for foreign visitors.
  • Central Market: This city centre market is housed within a magnificent art art-deco style building opened in 1937 during the time Cambodia was a French colony. The building is a lot more impressive than the products which are sold inside. Entrance to the market is free.

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