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There is also a road heading east to [[Anlong Veng]].
 
There is also a road heading east to [[Anlong Veng]].
  
Paramount Angkor Transport serves the town with buses. '''Shared taxis''' to any of the above towns can be arranged near the market.
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Paramount Angkor Transport serves the town with buses. Shared taxis to any of the above towns can be arranged near the market.
  
There is a border crossing with '''Chong Chom''' in [[Southern Isaan|Thailand's Surin Province]] at '''O'Smach''', about 35 km north of [[Samraong]].
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There is a border crossing with '''Chong Chom''' in [[Southern Isaan|Thailand's Surin Province]] at O'Smach, about 35 km north of [[Samraong]].
  
 
==Get around==
 
==Get around==

Revision as of 15:57, 4 March 2012

Samraong is a city in North-western Cambodia.

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Understand

The capital of Oddar Meanchay Province, Samraong is a regional hub that travellers in hinterland North-western Cambodia will pass through or use as a base. It is also the Cambodian town nearest the O'Smach/Chong Chom border crossing with Thailand.

Get in

Highway 68 is now paved and heads south, linking the town with Kralanh on National Highway 6 and hence Siem Reap.

Unpaved highway 56 runs west from Samraong, to Sisophon via Banteay Chhmar. The ride is pretty good in the dry season and respectable speed can be obtained. In the wet season, travelling may be much slower, particularly closer to Samraong.

There is also a road heading east to Anlong Veng.

Paramount Angkor Transport serves the town with buses. Shared taxis to any of the above towns can be arranged near the market.

There is a border crossing with Chong Chom in Thailand's Surin Province at O'Smach, about 35 km north of Samraong.

Get around

See the town on foot. Motodops are willing to drive to the border.

See

The town offers little except a glimpse of provincial Cambodian life.

Do

Recover from or prepare for the onslaught of back-country travel: laundry, internet and ATM are available.

Buy

Acleda Bank has an ATM in the big, grey office building which dominates the town.

Eat

The usual Khmer stuff. Try the market.

Drink

Sleep

There are several guesthouses and hotels on the main street near Acleda Bank. Quality is good and prices are low.

Contact

There is an internet cafe on the main street next to the bus office. $0.75 /hr.

Get out


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