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Royal Railway Station (Phnom Penh)

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Sangkat Sras Chak, Daun Penh District, Phnom Penh Cambodia
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Sherpa591575 wrote a review Oct 2020
Phnom Penh, Cambodia147 contributions1 helpful vote
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Phnom Penh Rail Station lays back a little from Monivong Blvd. at street 108. Opened in 1932 but following decades of problems, not the least of which during the 1975/79 Pol Pot era, much of the railway network & equipment was severely damaged resulting in no passenger services & very little rail freight for many, many years. Nowadays, Cambodian Royal Railway have re-established services to Poi Pet, Sihanoukville plus a shuttle service to Phnom Penh Airport. However, due to the CD19 virus, services once again have been disrupted. Anyone wishing to travel by train should enquire at their local station for up to date information. In recent years, the station building has received a facelift including re-tiling the waiting room floor, a refurbished ticket office, comfortable new seating replacing the old wooden benches & glass doors replacing the old concertina gates. Outside, has seen a general tidy-up, a new platform & improved facilities for loading vehicles. There is also the welcome sight of Café Amazon in the waiting hall. In further developments, small shops are being added to the front & rear of the main building. We will have to wait and see what they will be selling. When departing the station, you will see the 49 story Vatanac shopping center dwarfing the gold coloured Sakhomanis Buddhist Stupa. Some may find this building interesting and railway buffs will like the Franco-Belge 1912 steam engine parked behind the main building.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Rodrigo D wrote a review Feb 2020
San Luis Potosi, Mexico16 contributions
We build the trains that go from the airport to the station and to the beach so we spend a lot of time there, its a nice building and the price of the trains its really cheap
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Date of experience: March 2019
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tossawan wrote a review Jan 2020
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The officeres at the platform seems unwelcome. Before I entered the platform, I asked another officer whether or not I can take some photograph of the platform and train. He told me it's okay. But when I enter the plantforn. Another officer shouted and banished me. I do not unsderstand why they did that. I'm dissapointed. I did not do anything wrong. I just take a photograph of the train !!!!! It's rude and nonsense.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Davo55_11 wrote a review Jan 2020
Melbourne, Australia102 contributions31 helpful votes
I used the airport train twice - very slow trip, but you pass through some amazing parts of Phnom Penh and it's just good to support the initiative. It's only US$2.50 each way, departing twice an hour. There were only a couple of passengers on both occasions, and it seems that local hotel staff aren't even aware such a service exists.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Cathie M wrote a review Dec 2019
Phnom Penh, Cambodia278 contributions102 helpful votes
Have taken the train from here twice -- once just to ride to the airport and back for the experience (well worth it) and the other time to Kampot. The trains have been good and on timed, and staff and other passengers have been friendly. If someone has difficulty taking a high step or getting down from the train, workers will help you manage.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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