10 Tuesday Mar 2015

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Long Live to peshmarga

KurDish HaCk3rS WaS Here

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FUCK ISIS !

10 Tuesday Mar 2015

Van to Provinces in Cambodia

Beside taking the bus to provinces in Cambodia, one can also take a van. This option provides a faster and more comfortable way to reach your destination.

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10 Tuesday Mar 2015

Updated Giant Ibis bus schedule


To our fellow readers, Giant Ibis has released more departure times for the upcoming 2015.  Routes include Siem Reap, Sihanoukville (Kompong Som), Kampot, and Ho Chi Minh City.

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08 Saturday Mar 2014

Bus Rental service to Koh Kong by ISPP – Teacher’s Review

IRG  offered bus rental service to ISPP ( International School of Phnom Penh ) for taking students to Koh Kong Province. We got a good review from teacher below:

” Brydie was very impressed with the driver who took them to Koh Kong.  He was very safe, professional and everything went very smoothly.
Holly G.
ISPP- International School of Phnom Penh
bus rental by ISPP

bus rental by ISPP

Chair With seatbelt

Chair With seat belt

Teacher called name of students

Teacher called name of students

IRG wishes to serve that service to ISPP again next year and we are really happy to bring the students to their destination and came back safely.

IRG Car Rental

IRG Car Rental

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15 Tuesday Jan 2013

Koh Rong excursion

Recently we made an excursion to Koh Rong, a remote island off the coast of Sihanoukville province.  The island is located about 2 to 3 hours boat ride from the coast.  Getting to the island can be challenging but it can be easily arranged by a travel agency.

Boat to Koh Rong island

Our trip began with a bus ride from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville.  We decided to take the Soriya bus, but there is a number of other bus operators that provide transfers from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville. Once arrived to the bus station in Sihanoukville, there were plenty of remork and moto-taxi that could easily take you to any hostel or hotel in the city.  The bus price was reasonable but the remork price for foreigners was much higher than for the locals.

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