Svay Rieng

Overview

Svay Rieng is located just 58km from the Moch Bai border crossing and has become fairly prosperous as a result. Svay Rieng is densely populated – over 580,000 live in its 3000km and most earn at least part of their lving from haulage.

Svay (pronounced Swai) Rieng is on of the smallest and sleepiest Cambodian provinces that just happen to have one of the country’s busiest highways running straight through – National Highway No 1, which links Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam just after you cross the Mekong River by way of the Neak Loeung Ferry. It is also one of the poorest provinces of Cambodia due to the poor quality of the land. Most of the provincial population eke out a subsistence living based on farming and fishing.

Svay Rieng Travel


Orientation

Geography [[Svay Rieng]] is a small low land province with 2,966 square kilometres. Majority of land is arable land and...

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How to Get There

By Road Share Taxis/Bus: Share taxis leave [[Phnom Penh]] from the Chbah Ampeau taxi park to head to Svay Rieng....

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Eat & Drink

There are some cheap food stalls around Phsar [[Svay Rieng]] for those, who want a faster and budget feed. Snack...

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Stay

Tonlay Waiko Hotel: This is the biggest hotel on side just 300m off the town including a restaurant and a...

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Shop

As you will visit any provincial of Cambodia, [[Svay Rieng]] province you can buy most commodity at every market located...

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Attraction

Bavet International Border Located 48 kilometers from Svay Rieng provincial town is the international border with Vietname. The Bavet checkpoint...

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