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    How to get flight from Hanoi to Phnom Penh - Cambodia ?



    How to get flight from Hanoi to Phnom Penh - Cambodia ?
    How to get flight from Hanoi to Phnom Penh - Cambodia ?

    I recently spent a lovely week in Hanoi. This was preceded by a week scratching my head trying to figure out how to actually get there. But now that I’ve figured out, I’m here to tell you the best ways to get flight from Hanoi to Phnom Penh.

    There are direct flights from Hanoi to Phnom Penh on Vietnam Airlines that are less than two hours long, but they are always priced between $450-$600 return. Even worse, one-way flights are between $325 and $450. To add insult to injury, they don’t serve alcohol on the flights.

    So I, like many intrepid expats, made my way to Hanoi with a mix of busing and flying, which can be done for less than $70 each way.

    There are a number of buses that go from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City, I took Mekong Express but many prefer Sapaco. Mekong cost $13, took about 6 hours and offered WiFi on the bus up to the Cambodia border. They have a toilet on board and stop at a pretty decent restaurant with toilets for 20 minutes near Bavet. The land crossing was surprisingly painless. Even though I needed to get a visa on my way back, I wasn’t asked for a single bribe. You’ll need to get your Vietnam visa in advance, however (insider tip: it’s cheaper to use a travel agent than to go to the Vietnam Embassy in Phnom Penh).

    Once you’re in HCMC, it’s a $6 or $7 taxi ride to the airport (take Mai Linh taxis if you don’t want to experience the joys of rigged Vietnamese taxi meters). There are a dozen daily flights that fly the HCMC-Hanoi route, priced as low as $40.Vietnam Airlines tickets is the most reliable but most expensive and they charge extra for one way fares. A better option is Jetstar Vietnam. They’re cheap and while Vietnam expats like to gripe about them, I’ve had pretty good experiences with them.

    There’s a newcomer on the scene, Vietjet Air. I’d strongly recommend against using them. Although they have 6 flights a day on this route, they usually combine them to fill planes, and only run a few per day. Both of my Vietjet Air flights were cancelled, and I was moved onto one of the later flights. On the way there, it was only an hour delay. But on the way back it was a 5 hour delay. Definitely not worth the $5 savings. With any of these airlines, though, expect some delays and don’t schedule tight transfers.

    If you’re not the flying sort, there are buses from HCMC to Hanoi, but they’re long and unappealing. Consider instead taking the Reunification Express, a train that runs the length of Vietnam. The trip is long, it’s 2.5 days and best to break it up with stops along the way. But you’ll see some of the most gorgeous countryside in Vietnam as you make your way up the country.

    Another option for those just looking for cheaper flights from Ho Chi Minh to Phnom Penh on Qatar Airways that’s priced at $215 return. Combine this with Jetstar and you can get to Hanoi for around $315. Happy Hanoi-ing!

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    How to get flight from Hanoi to Phnom Penh - Cambodia ?

    I recently spent a lovely week in Hanoi. This was preceded by a week scratching my head trying to figure out how to actually get there. But now that I’ve figured out, I’m here to tell you the best ways to get flight from Hanoi to Phnom Penh.

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    There are direct flights from Hanoi to Phnom Penh on Vietnam Airlines that are less than two hours long, but they are always priced between $450-$600 return. Even worse, one-way flights are between $325 and $450. To add insult to injury, they don’t serve alcohol on the flights.

    So I, like many intrepid expats, made my way to Hanoi with a mix of busing and flying, which can be done for less than $70 each way.

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    There are a number of buses that go from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City, I took Mekong Express but many prefer Sapaco. Mekong cost $13, took about 6 hours and offered WiFi on the bus up to the Cambodia border. They have a toilet on board and stop at a pretty decent restaurant with toilets for 20 minutes near Bavet. The land crossing was surprisingly painless. Even though I needed to get a visa on my way back, I wasn’t asked for a single bribe. You’ll need to get your Vietnam visa in advance, however (insider tip: it’s cheaper to use a travel agent than to go to the Vietnam Embassy in Phnom Penh).

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    Once you’re in HCMC, it’s a $6 or $7 taxi ride to the airport (take Mai Linh taxis if you don’t want to experience the joys of rigged Vietnamese taxi meters). There are a dozen daily flights that fly the HCMC-Hanoi route, priced as low as $40.Vietnam Airlines tickets is the most reliable but most expensive and they charge extra for one way fares. A better option is Jetstar Vietnam. They’re cheap and while Vietnam expats like to gripe about them, I’ve had pretty good experiences with them.

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    There’s a newcomer on the scene, Vietjet Air. I’d strongly recommend against using them. Although they have 6 flights a day on this route, they usually combine them to fill planes, and only run a few per day. Both of my Vietjet Air flights were cancelled, and I was moved onto one of the later flights. On the way there, it was only an hour delay. But on the way back it was a 5 hour delay. Definitely not worth the $5 savings. With any of these airlines, though, expect some delays and don’t schedule tight transfers.

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    If you’re not the flying sort, there are buses from HCMC to Hanoi, but they’re long and unappealing. Consider instead taking the Reunification Express, a train that runs the length of Vietnam. The trip is long, it’s 2.5 days and best to break it up with stops along the way. But you’ll see some of the most gorgeous countryside in Vietnam as you make your way up the country.

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    Another option for those just looking for cheaper flights from Ho Chi Minh to Phnom Penh on Qatar Airways that’s priced at $215 return. Combine this with Jetstar and you can get to Hanoi for around $315. Happy Hanoi-ing!

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    Once you’re in HCMC, it’s a $6 or $7 taxi ride to the airport (take Mai Linh taxis if you don’t want to experience the joys of rigged Vietnamese taxi meters). There are a dozen daily flights that fly the HCMC-Hanoi route, priced as low as $40.Vietnam Airlines tickets is the most reliable but most expensive and they charge extra for one way fares. A better option is Jetstar Vietnam. They’re cheap and while Vietnam expats like to gripe about them, I’ve had pretty good experiences with them.
    There’s a newcomer on the scene, Vietjet Air. I’d strongly recommend against using them. Although they have 6 flights a day on this route, they usually combine them to fill planes, and only run a few per day. Both of my Vietjet Air flights were cancelled, and I was moved onto one of the later flights. On the way there, it was only an hour delay. But on the way back it was a 5 hour delay. Definitely not worth the $5 savings. With any of these airlines, though, expect some delays and don’t schedule tight transfers.

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    If you’re not the flying sort, there are buses from HCMC to Hanoi, but they’re long and unappealing. Consider instead taking the Reunification Express, a train that runs the length of Vietnam. The trip is long, it’s 2.5 days and best to break it up with stops along the way. But you’ll see some of the most gorgeous countryside in Vietnam as you make your way up the country.

    Another option for those just looking for cheaper flights from Ho Chi Minh to Phnom Penh on Qatar Airways that’s priced at $215 return. Combine this with Jetstar and you can get to Hanoi for around $315. Happy Hanoi-ing!

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