In the last few years, Cambodia has renovated and upgraded its railways across the country. In 2010, the Phnom Penh Royal railway station was reopened. It’s getting better and easier to travel across Cambodia by trains. In this page, you’ll find all the useful information about train schedules, stations, and routes.
Getting Around Cambodia by Trains
Train schedules for passengers
From Phnom Penh, you can take a train to Sihanoukville, Takeo, and Kampot. Poipet is coming up on the list. A one-way ticket for an air-conditioned train trip is for under $10.
To book a train ticket, you can:
- call to book: (+855) 78 888 582 or (+855) 78 888 583
- or book online through the Royal Railways website.
A List of Railway Stations in Cambodia
Western line: Phnom Penh, Pursat, Moung Ruessei, Battambang, Sisophon, Poipet
Southern line: Phnom Penh, Takéo, Damnak Chang Aeur (Kep), Kampot, Veal Renh, Sihanoukville
A Map of National Roads in Cambodia
Good to Know
- Cambodia has 612 km (380 mi) of 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3⁄8 in) metre gauge rail network.