Koh Kong when is it open?

monsterman

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Is the KOH KONG crossing into cambodia open at weekends?
i want to ride to Siannoukville on Friday or saturday
 

cdrw

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Oct 6, 2006
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Both Thai and Cambo Immigration are open 7-days/week.
I recall that they close at 6 or 7pm(?)...but from Pattaya you'll easily get there within about 5-hours.
More, if stopped for speeding on a Ducati :shock:
 

cdrw

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Oct 6, 2006
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monsterman wrote: Is taht for vehicles as well as at Aranyapratet its only foot traffic at weekends.
Your initial post asked about KKong. My reply was referring to KKong and Ban Hat Lek...and that's for all vehicles.
 

HIKO

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Monsterman

Had Lek/Koh Kong is open as CDRW said every day until 7.

Aranyaprateh is also open everyday until 7.

During this time they clear vehicles also.

Later in the evenings they only allow people that want to go gambling in the casinos.

HIKO
 

Azoulay

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Hi Friends,

What would I need to enter into Cambodia via Aranyapratet with a bike ?

-Green Book ?

-Passeport ?

-International Driving License ?

What else

and with a car ?

Thanks in advance.
 

HIKO

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You need:

-Passport

-Green book in your name

-Same for Car and bike

-And some time.

The Thaiside of the border is time consuming,on the Cambodian side just ignore the custom...

HIKO
 

Bert on the bike

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You need three copies of everything ( they will make copies for free at the border if you do not have enough copies), You also need copies of your driving licence
 

King of Jars

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Nongprue, Cholburi, Thailand
Hi,

is Aranyaprathet open for cars as well? Docs in hand are complete (blue book, ITP, passport, visa, int driving license); Thai international plates (all English) and vehicle registered in my name. Presently dealing with a travel agent in Phnom Penh on legal paperwork - :crazy: - which seems to be an endless ordeal. Any hint highly appreciated.

Cheers
Peter