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About Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH)

Phnom Penh International Airport serves Cambodia's capital. As Cambodia is one of the fastest growing economies in Southeast Asia, Phnom Penh International Airport now handles millions of passengers annually. This Phnom Penh International Airport guide offers travellers essential information on the airport's facilities and transportation options.


An information counter is in the check-in area.

A tourist information counter is in the Arrivals hall.


Driving directions:

Street 2004 and Russian Federation Blvd are the primary routes for motorists travelling from Phnom Penh city centre to the airport. The drive time is about 30 minutes, depending on traffic.

National Highways 3 and 4 link the southern and eastern parts of Cambodia with the airport, while National Highways 5 and 6 connect the northeast to the north of Phnom Penh city centre, before meeting up with Russian Federation Blvd.

Airport Info


12000 Russian Federation Blvd
Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh International Airport is about 12km (7.5 miles) west of the Royal Palace, a hugely popular tourist attraction in Phnom Penh.

No. of terminals:

+855 23 862 800

Public Transport

Public transport road:

Bus: Bus line 3 links Phnom Penh International Airport with Russey Keo Garden, passing through the Central Market. You can find the bus stop on Russian Federation Blvd, just outside the airport compound.

Remorque (Tuk Tuk): Motorcycle-powered Tuk Tuks are readily available outside the Arrivals area. Fares are predetermined based on the destination. Check the traffic at the transport information counter.

Taxi: Licenced airport taxis operate on predetermined fares. Passengers must purchase a ticket at the information counter before boarding.

Car sharing: Grab operates in Phnom Penh and can pick up passengers from the airport. The pick-up point is at the end of the sheltered walkway near the parking lot across from the Arrivals hall.

Terminal facilities


Numerous ATMs are available, including those from overseas banks such as China, Taiwan, and Malaysia, specifically catering to international travellers in the Arrivals area for local currency withdrawals.

Currency exchange counters are located near the check-in desks, by Gate 9 in the boarding area, and near the Lost & Found office in the Arrivals section.


Phnom Penh Airport features a Dining Gallery in the public area. This section offers a variety of restaurants and cafés.

International Departures, after security, has several dining options. However, in Domestic Departures, options are limited to a bakery and a doughnut counter.


International Departures has a good selection of shops, including Khmer crafts and duty-free shops.


Travellers who have misplaced items within Phnom Penh International Airport, call +855 (0)92 666 036, email, or visit the Lost & Found counter at Arrivals.

Travellers who have lost items on the plane, contact the airline you flew with.


Plaza Premium Lounge runs a spa on Level Mezzanine, International Departures.

Airport facilities

Communication Facilities:

Free Wi-Fi internet access is available throughout the airport.

Shops selling SIM cards are in Arrivals.

A post office is near the check-in area.

Disabled facilities:

Phnom Penh International Airport has accessible toilets.

Travellers requiring special arrangements should contact the airline in advance of travel.

Car parking:

Phnom Penh International Airport has a short-term car park. Visit this page for rates.

Car rental:

Due to the prevalent trend of travellers comparing prices and booking in advance, many car rental companies meet customers directly at the Arrivals area instead of maintaining a dedicated booth within the airport.

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