Under the sponsorship of Japanese government, the city bus service for Phnom Penh was launched in 2014. Almost two million Phnom Penh residents are now being served with the most helpful public service which aimed at reducing the traffic congestion. The fare price is only 1500 riel (0.37$) per trip. YES! It’s free of charge for monks, elderly, disabled people, students, factory workers, and children under the height of one-meter tall. To enjoy these perks, all you need to do is to inform the bus officer prior to boarding. Today, the city operates a total of 235 public buses and 13 routes. The operation hour starts from 5:30am to 8:30pm. Take a look at the list of city lines and stops near you, and let us all hop on the city-bus bandwagon!
starts from Prek Pnov Market to Kokir Market.
starts from French Embassy Terminal to Takhmao Roundabout/ Prek Samrong bridge.
starts from Russey Keo Park Terminal to Borey Santepheap 2 Terminal.
starts from Russey Keo Park Terminal to Borey Santepheap 2 Terminal/ Angk Snuol District/ Dei Krahom Roundabout.
starts from Prek Pnov bus station to Aeon Mall 2 to Aeon Mall 1.
starts from French Embassy Terminal to Prek Pnov Bus Station.
starts from Kilometer 9 Terminal to Beung Chhouk Terminal.
starts from French Embassy Terminal to Century Plaza Terminal.
starts from Borey Santepheap 2 Terminal to at Special Economic Zone Terminal.
starts from Century Plaza Terminal to Beung Chhouk Terminal.
starts from Wat Sleng Terminal to at Steung Meanchey Terminal.
starts from Royal Railway Station to Royal Railway Station.
starts from French Embassy Terminal to Roundabout Phsar Deum Thakov Terminal.