Thailand has many land borders with its immediate neighbors of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Malaysia. However, as you read this article, most, if not all will be closed due to the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic and subsequent travel restrictions.
How do you cross the border from Thailand to Cambodia?
How to get from Thailand to Cambodia – The easy way from Bangkok, Thailand
- Wake up early (very early) …
- Take the train to Aranyaprathet. …
- Take the tuktuk to the border Thailand-Cambodia. …
- Cross the Thai border. …
- Get your Cambodia visa on arrival. …
- Get your stamp at the Cambodia border. …
- Take the free shuttle to the bus station.
Does Thailand have a travel ban?
Update 07/06/2020: Royal Thai Government Extends State of Emergency and Incoming International Flight Ban Until July 31: On June 30, the Royal Thai Government officially extended the national state of emergency until July 31, 2020.
Can I travel to Cambodia right now?
Travel to Cambodia for tourism is currently restricted. Flights to Cambodia generally require a transfer through international hubs in South East Asia, so flights are limited. The Cambodia-Laos, Cambodia-Thailand, and Cambodia-Vietnam land borders remain closed.
Is Thailand cheaper than Cambodia?
Cambodia is cheaper than Thailand.
You will find that your money goes farther there than Thailand. Things like food, drinks, hotels, taxi, and partying with the women are cheaper. But keep in mind, this all comes at a price. Thailand is much more developed, especially in the major cities.
Is Angkor Wat in Thailand?
Angkor Wat may be located in modern day Cambodia, but there are several spectacular Khmer temples built at the same time as Angkor to be found in Thailand. … Ayutthaya became the Thai capital much later until it was razed to the ground by the Burmese and the Thai Royal Family decamped to Bangkok.
Can you get a train from Thailand to Cambodia?
No, there is no direct train from Bangkok to Cambodia station. However, there are services departing from Phayathai and arriving at Phnom Penh Station via Poipet. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 16h 4m.
Is Thai baht accepted in Cambodia?
Is Thai baht accepted in Cambodia? Yes, near the Thai border, many places will accept Thai baht as payment.