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Siem Reap International Airport

Siem Reap International Airport is the busiest airport in Cambodia. The airport services tourists who are visiting the temple complex of Angkor Wat, which lies only a few kilometres to the east, as well as other tourist attractions in the area.

Location

Siem Reap International Airport is located 15 minutes’ drive north-west of central Siem Reap, just off National Highway 6. You can find an online map with the airport’s location pinned on it here (courtesy of Google Maps):
Google Maps: Siem Reap International Airport

Contact details

Contact information for Siem Reap International Airport’s authorities and different departments can be found on their official “passenger information” webpage here:
Siem Reap International Airport: Passenger information

For general information you can contact the airport’s communication department here:
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An online contact form can be found here:
Cambodia International Airports: Suggestion Box

A list of useful telephone contacts, including public emergency services, is available through the following link: Cambodia Airports: Useful contacts

Official website: http://www.cambodia-airports.com/index.php?airport=REP

Please note that Siem Reap International Airport shares its website with two other Cambodian airports, so make sure you are browsing the correct web page when you access their website.

Facilities for disabled people

There is no mention to be found on Siem Reap International Airport’s website of any accessibility facilities or services for passengers with special needs that they might offer. People browsing their website can find information on the airport’s smoking rooms and fashion boutiques but nothing on wheelchair services.

If you require wheelchair services or any other special assistance please contact your airline or travel agency in advance to make the appropriate arrangements before arriving at Siem Reap International Airport.

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One Response to “Siem Reap International Airport”

  1. Kay says:

    Pity that Cambodia Airports seem to have missed a trick as far as their website is concerned – there are some facilities at least for PRMs, including wheelchairs.

    Just as well, really, because I had an accident while in Siem Reap and aggravated a knee injury from last year. We emailed the airline (Bangkok Airways) and told them I would need special assistance. They provided a wheelchair and MDB, so we were at least able to get to the gate without too much bother – though predictably the MDB wheeled me straight past the shops, bars, toilets etc without asking whether I wanted to do anything other than go to the gate. Once he’d disappeared, my husband and I headed straight back to the bar and had a beer.

    However, once at the bottom of the aircraft steps (Siem Reap doesn’t have air bridges) I was faced with the prospect of being manhandled up the steps by ground crew. (Siem Reap doesn’t have an ambulift either.) Rather than endure what seemed likely to be a painful buffeting, I opted to struggle up them myself a step at a time, while my husband carried the cabin bags. (They held back the other passengers until we’d made it on board.)

    So yes, there are limited facilities. But they’re really not well geared up for disabled travellers.

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