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Kampong Cham is hands down my favourite provincial city in Cambodia. This detailed guide shows you all the best things to do in Kampong Cham, where to eat and drink, where to stay, and how to get there by bus from Phnom Penh. Please note: This post contains affiliate links, meaning I may earn a commission if you make a purchase by clicking a link at no extra cost to you. Wander-Lush is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.
Learn more. When I lived in Phnom Penh, I had a constant craving for small towns. All I wanted was a place I could walk around without having to worry about traffic; somewhere I could while away the morning at a market, go for a bike ride through greenery, photograph interesting architecture, and munch on street food.
When I was invited to go to Kampong Cham on a work trip, I found my paradise. The pace of life is a lot slower in Kampong Cham. There are fewer tuk tuks, less traffic overall, and much less pollution. This guide brings together all my knowledge and passion for the town.
I hope it comes in handy for planning your own Kampong Cham trip! There are a handful of guesthouses and hotels in Kampong Cham, most of them spread along the waterfront, which is by far the most popular place to stay. You can find full transportation instructions — including recommended bus companies and links to buy tickets online — at the end of the post. Like much of Cambodia, Kampong Cham is prone to flooding in the wet season.
December, January and February are the driest months. My last visit was in September, historically the height of the monsoon season. But I only had to contend with afternoon storms. Two full days is an optimal amount of time to spend in Kampong Cham.