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How to Get to Sihanoukville | Six Senses Krabey Island

How to get there

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Your Six Senses host will welcome you at Sihanouk International Airport. A 10-minute drive through the Cambodian countryside will bring you to the Six Senses jetty. From there you will board the Six Senses cruiser for the short crossing to Krabey Island.

Sihanouk International Airport is serviced by the flights from Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Ho Chi Minh and Kuala Lumpur. Driving from Phnom Penh, the distance of some 200 kilometres along the single-lane Highway 4, will take about five hours to reach to the Six Senses jetty.


Direction from Sihanouk International Airport
1. Driving from Sihanouk International Airport, exit gate turn right heading northwest, National Road 45 (NR45) and drive straight for 7.8 km.
2.Turn left passing by the petrol station and drive for 1.7 km until you see the Six Senses Krabey Island signage on the right side of the road.

Quick Reference

Visa Requirements:
Visas are obtainable upon arrival at Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville and Siem Reap airports for most nationalities. A single-entry tourist visas costs USD 30 per stay per guest and is valid for 30 days. A recent color passport-sized photogrpah must also be supplied to officials on arrival.

Nationals of Afghanistan, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Sudan and Nigeria require advance visa applications and must be secured through the Royal Embassy of the Kingdom of Cambodia of their respective countries.

You may visit www.cambodiaonlinevisa.org for an online E-Visa application.

Visa exemption is extended for nationals from ASEAN counties, namely Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam and Myanmar. The maximum duration of stay ranges between 14 and 30 days.

Passports must be valid for at least six months from the date of departure from the Kingdom.


Languages Spoken:
Khmer (Cambodian) is the national language.
Spoken English is becoming more prevelent in urban centres among younger generations.
French is spoken by some older Khmers.


Time zone:

GMT/UTC + 7 hours

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