Phnom Penh is a fairly easy city to move around. You can still travel the city in less than 30 minutes and travel between the most popular tourist destinations in less than 10 minutes.
“Remork” has become very popular in Phnom Penh. The Cambodian “Remork” offers a quieter and more pleasant ride. Remork for hire meet in popular tourist areas such as the riverside and in tourist hotels. $ 1 – $ 2 for short trips and $ 10 – $ 15 for the whole day. Prices vary depending on the number of passengers and the pick-up location for the Remork.
2. Motorcycle Taxi (Motodup)
The ubiquitous “motorcycle” is the most common and fastest form of public transportation. Motorcycles can be found practically everywhere in the city, just get on the sidewalk and they will find you. Motorcycles cost from 1500R-4000R for a city trip and $ 6-8 per day. Prices go up at night and for several passengers.
3. Public taxis
Global taxi, Tranchoic taxi and Taxi Association offer on-call 24/7 taxi service. Both are generally available only on-call, although the new Global taxis sometimes wait in tourist areas, especially late at night. More common are unmarked, unmetered taxis, usually Camrys, which can be arranged through your hotel or travel agent. They can also be found waiting outside major hotels. Taxi/car with a driver costs $25-$35/day. Short jaunts around town run a minimum of $4-$5.
The humble bicycle rickshaw known locally as the “cyclo” can be a romantic or even practical means of transportation, especially if time is not a factor. Cyclos are more nervous than motorcycles and the canopy provides a drier and fresher ride. A cycle tour should cost around the same price as a motorcycle.