Royal Railway Airport Shuttle Train: Phnom Penh International Airport to Phnom Penh Railway Station by Train

The Royal Railway Airport Shuttle Train is Cambodia's first airport rail link, connecting Phnom Penh International Airport in Pochentong to Phnom Penh Railway Station in the heart of the city. The journey time takes around 40 minutes, with trains running at about 90 minute intervals, 24 hours a day. Fares for the Airport Shuttle Train are free of charge … Continue reading Royal Railway Airport Shuttle Train: Phnom Penh International Airport to Phnom Penh Railway Station by Train

Malindo Air/Batik Air Malaysia OD580: Kuala Lumpur to Phnom Penh by Boeing 737-800

With a fare difference of almost 4 times more if I had flown non-stop from Changi Airport, I decided to get a bus to KL the night before instead to catch the Malindo Air/Batik Air Malaysia flight OD580 to get to Phnom Penh. Malindo OD580 is the only flight to Phnom Penh by Malindo, once … Continue reading Malindo Air/Batik Air Malaysia OD580: Kuala Lumpur to Phnom Penh by Boeing 737-800

From London to Singapore in 40 Days by Train for under S$5000

When I first started RailTravel Station, the original purpose was to document such an overland trip. However, due to circumstances, I was not able to proceed with the trip as I had originally planned, as there were other issues I considered more important to complete first. Finally, I was on my way backpacking across Europe and Asia, … Continue reading From London to Singapore in 40 Days by Train for under S$5000

Day 35: Poipet to Aranyaprathet Border Crossing by Foot & Tuk-Tuk

The bus from Siem Reap dropped everyone off here, just before the border and the casino duty-free area (aka no man's land). Things weren't so orderly here though, it was far from being the easiest border crossing to cross, and I don't mean being held up by immigration or customs problems. The departure immigration counters … Continue reading Day 35: Poipet to Aranyaprathet Border Crossing by Foot & Tuk-Tuk

Day 34: Angkor Small Circuit – Banteay Kdei & Srah Srang

Banteay Kdei and Srah Srang, though sometimes described as separate, are actually linked to each other. Srah Srang is the royal bathing pool of Banteay Kdei temple, used by the royalties of that time. Banteay Kdei The gopura at the east entrance, facing Srah Srang. Walking through a little bit of forect to the temple, similar … Continue reading Day 34: Angkor Small Circuit – Banteay Kdei & Srah Srang