You can land directly at Siem Reap International Airport from certain International airports, and also some major nearby-towns. You can also ride a cross-border bus to enter Cambodia from Laos, Thailand or Vietnam; then heading towards Siem Reap bus station. There are no rail services currently available for Siem Reap.
There are no direct flights available for Siem Reap from India. Jet Airways, Singapore Airlines, Silk air, Thai Airways and some other airlines offer connecting flights through Singapore, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur to reach Siem Reap.
1-month Tourist Visa can be acquired both before and after reaching Cambodia. Indian citizens can apply for Visa at the Cambodian Embassy before departing, or apply for the E-Visa online, or go for Visa-on-arrival. Your passport must be valid for the next 6 months.
You can fly directly to Siem Reap airport, or take a flight from Phnom Penh (the capital city of Cambodia).
You can reach Siem Reap by hiring a taxi, mini-taxi, or a shared taxi from nearby cities.
Hire a bicycle, E-bike or a motor bike for cheap transporting options ranging from USD 1 - 10 per day. Riding a tuk-tuk can be another option to get in and around the city; just make sure you and the driver both are clear about the destination and the total cost to avoid being fooled (in a rare case). You can also hire a car with driver, but that would end up being a relatively costly affair (USD 25 - 30).
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