To get to Beach House Cambodia is in M’Pai Bay beach village (aka 23 Village) on the stunning, remote island of Koh Rong Sanloem. To arrive, take a 45mins speed boat from Sihanoukville on the mainland:
If you need any guidance or help in booking your travel arrangements, please contact us
Speedboat from Sihanoukville
We recommend you book online with GTVC speedboats.
An open return is $25 (valid 2 weeks), you confirm your return ferry, from GTVC’s island office 1 day before departure. Depart Sihanoukville >> M’Pai Bay (23/Village) GTVC ferries are new, fast and reliable. Offering 3 returns daily at 9.45am, 12.45 and 3.45pm.
The staff will help you ensure you get the right boat, but please be sure when boarding that it is to M'Pai Bay. The will check your ticket and ask as you board and ‘announce’ M’Pai Bay village, when you arrive. Usually it’s 2nd or 3rd to M’Pai Bay. As you walk off the pier turn right, walk 100m along the sand to Beach House Cambodia. And relax... 😉 PLEASE
TAKE CARE - Over 5 different ferry services claim to go to Koh Rong Sanloem, but not all take you directly to M'Pai Bay. Especially linked bus tickets may take you to Koh Rong Sanloem (but to Saracen Bay, which is then a 30 min boat ride and $20 and hassle!) From Koh Rong: A morning ‘supply boat’ departs about 6.30am or regular taxi boats runs from Koh Touch (main village on Koh Rong), to M'Pai Bay from $5 per person. We’ll be happy to organise a private taxi boat pick you up for $20 from Koh Touch, or more depending on your resort if prefer to come directly.
From Phnom Pehn / 4x4 taxi transfers
We have an excellent regular, English speaking driver who takes great care of our guests - Mr Bun.
Phnom Pehn Airport > Sihanoukville pier - allow 4 hours
Phnom Pehn City > Sihanoukville pier - allow 3 hours Sihanoukville Airport > Sihanoukville pier - allow 30 mins. Sihanoukville train, bus station or hotel > Sihanoukville pier $15-20
We are happy to help you plan arrival and onward taxis, so please let us know at least 3 days in advance so we can book it up and confirm all.
CASH, NO CREDIT CARDS AND NO ATM!
There are NO ATMs and credit cards aren’t accepted - so please get your cash on mainland, and try to break it into smaller notes to avoid 'the $100 change challenge!” Choosing Cambodian Riel can be helpful - 400,000R = $100, the ATM will give 8 x 50,000 notes ($12.50 bills).
We’ve learned a lot about Cambodia travel over our years, so happy to share tips and advice to arrive, or following your stay - please just ask.