Tuk-tuk Phnom Penh
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Welcome! The ancient Kingdom of Cambodia is famous for the warm hospitality it extends to visitors from around the world. David is a good tour guide; tell him what you want to see and he will plan the best route for you, fitting in as much as possible in a short amount of time. What to do in Phnom Penh: Toul Sleng Genocide Museum (S-21) The Killing Fields - Choeung Ek The Royal Palace Shooting range Wat Phnom Market Private dirt bike tour to province.
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John W
Kingsville, Australia633 contributions
Mar 2020
Fun way to get around Phnom Penh. Make sure you download the GRAB APP and that makes it super simple, there is no language barrier (because a lot of the drivers do not speak English) and you have the APP directly debiting your credit card so no need to have lots of small change, at first we were paying cash but a lot of drivers say they don't have change so then it costs a lost more, so then decided to do the credit card thing which worked beautifully with no hassles at all. Once you request a tuk tuk on GRAB your pick up address and destination address is listed and they know exactly where to go and you know how much it is going to cost as well. A couple of times the GRAB app on the drivers phone was a little out so pays to have your own phone maps going as well so you can check. Overall very good way to get around Phnom Penh and would definitely use them again.
Written March 13, 2020
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honeygold2015
Melbourne, Australia90 contributions
Dec 2019
THE T uk Tuk are a wonderful colourful way to travel. They are cheap, and you must always bargain with them.They still have to make a living as completion is strong, so be fair.Not only are they a cheap way to travel but a interesting and fun way.They can take you any where you want to go, and are very pleasant people.
Written January 12, 2020
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HARDIK VACHHARAJANI
Ahmedabad, India53 contributions
Mar 2019
Make sure you enjoy riding this TUK TUKs. Though I am Indian (we have millions of them in different version), I enjoyed riding it. Afternoons are horrible, evenings are better to ride. Not good for long distance, download the Grab Taxi App.
Written February 24, 2020
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Middlefield
Springfield, VA63 contributions
Feb 2018 • Couples
PassApp is a great new ride calling App being rolled out in Phnom Penh. It allows you to choose a vehicle (tuk tuk or rickshaw), get up front pricing and watch the vehicle approach/arrive at your location. Requires WiFi or cell service. Similar to Uber in US. No haggling and rock bottom pricing, so don't forget to tip your participating driver.
Written February 3, 2018
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Mirte-Lis
Delft, The Netherlands10 contributions
Mar 2017 • Couples
We just discovered the PassApp Taxi App. Its great! Its like Uber button for TukTuks. No more haggeling for a good price. We went from our hostel to the killing fields for just 4,5 dollar! That was a 40 minute drive. Requesting one for the way back was also no problem.
Written March 25, 2017
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Thank you for letting us know about your recent experience with our services. I apologize if our services is not meet your expectation, and appreciated you taking to share your concern experience. Our goal is to provide a consistently reliable services to our client. Thank you very much for your good command. Hope to see you next time. Best Regards, David
Written April 5, 2017
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tofupike
Puchong, Malaysia122 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
The tuk-tuk service available in Grab/PassApp is much more reliable, cheaper and better driver services than those hailing at the roadside. In one instance, for the same distance, Grab only charges $2 and roadside hailing ones are between $3-$5.

Personally I prefer Grab over PassApp because I can charge my ride fees to my credit card or use cashless GrabPay. There are incidents where the driver does not have enough small change for my payment and ended up paying more!! So, for better convenience, just use cashless Grab.
Written September 6, 2018
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tiffanyyinchu
Vancouver, Canada3 contributions
Jul 2017 • Couples
WORST WORST WORST tuk tuk driver ever!! Once we exited the airport, we were greeted by a tuk tuk company that sets a set price for your ride into the city ($9). we got the recipe and entered the tuk tuk that was assigned to us. once we got in the tuk tuk driver insisted that since it was "further" (it was not) than most hotels, he was going to charge us 12$. we firmly said no, this is a set price and after arguing for 5 minutes and he realized we were about to hop off and go onto another tuk tuk driver, he got annoyed and started driving.

He was an super dangerous driver. My boyfriend and i were legit scared for our lives. He was running EVERY red light (not just the small streets, the big ones as well), he was smoking the WHOLE time, cutting off other cars and basically not giving a damn of our safety the whole time. once we arrived at the hotel we gave him 20$ and he insisted he did not have change and only had 10$, we are totally fine tipping tuk tuk drivers, but he was so terrible that i wished i just took a taxi instead.

for the remaining trip we got a tuk tuk driver that was recommend by our hotel and he was super safe and nice. I would not recommend taking tuk tuk in phnom penh however if you are alone. many of the drivers in phnom penh are dangerous and aggressive.
Written August 2, 2017
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Frannk982
Phnom Penh, Cambodia79 contributions
Apr 2018 • Solo
The unique Cambodian tuktuks with their chariot style trailers can be good fun, except when you are stuck in traffic in which case it quickly gets hot and polluted.
The dangers are threefold. For obvious reasons they offer little protection in the event of an accident. The drivers will almost always try to overcharge, and even after haggling you will still probably be paying a higher fare than you would pay for a nice car. Your belongings are at risk from passing motorbike thieves, especially small bags and phones.
Now there are taxi apps that at least avoid the pricing problem. The apps generally let you choose from tuktuk, normal car and SUV. When you get a tuktuk from an app, it will probably be an Indian-made Bajaj type. These are quicker than the old style tuktuks but are no less dangerous.
You can choose from Exnet, Itsumo, PassApp, Grab (the latter also offers motorbike taxis). All of the apps work reasonably well. PassApp is usually the best for tuktuks, the minimum fare is $0.75. Exnet is the best for cars, minimum fare $1.50. Any ride within the central area will probably cost the minimum. Freelance tuktuks would typically charge $2-3 for the same ride.
Grab gives you a fixed price when you book so you don't have to worry what route the driver takes. Otoh, the Grab app is terrible to use. The other apps work a lot better than Grab but either do not give a price, or it is only an estimate so you need to watch the driver's route. Often the problem is the driver genuinely gets a bit lost. You generally get a good quality car from the apps, typically a Toyota Camry.
You can use an app to get a car from the airport. The cost into the centre will be about $8.
As many reviewers have said, you must agree a price before you get into a freelancer tuktuk. If you don't there may be quite a nasty situation at your destination. Many of the freelancers are good guys but there are some bad ones.
Late at night it makes sense to use the apps, and to get a car. This is because it is easy to get one and there are more accidents at night due to the presence of drunk drivers.
If you want to hire one freelance tuktuk to tour around for a full day, that can work well but be very clear what is included before you begin. The cost should be $15, within the city. Best not to use a tuktuk outside the city as the roads are not conducive.
I have had hundreds of safe journeys in Phnom Penh. I wish everyone the same.
Written April 24, 2018
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Wonder A
Singapore436 contributions
Jan 2018 • Couples
A number of tuk-tuk were stationed outside Sunway Hotel Phnom Penh. We befriended a Mr Sunny who was very nice and friendly. As we did not have small change, he offered to collect the fare from us on our return trip. We were really surprised that he could trust us even though it was the first time we met. As such, we only engaged him for the following few nights to the night market even though there were other tuk-tuks around. It was certainly a pleasant experience!
Written January 20, 2018
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FussyTraveller39
Manchester, UK165 contributions
Jun 2017 • Friends
For the sheer adrenaline rush, chaos and madness that is Phnom Penh, little epitomises this city more than your first Tuk Tuk ride. Although we requested a Tuk Tuk at the airport we were unwillingly ushered towards the first of the many Tuk Tuks of our stay. Within minutes we were laughing hysterically at the ridiculousness of the rush hour. Ridiculously cheap, friendly and a quick way to travel though the traffic.
TOP TIP rent your driver for the morning or afternoon for about $20.
Written August 12, 2017
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