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Flight information Melbourne to Phnom Penh
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Average flight time, total distance 6889 kilometres
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Airlines offering Phnom Penh flights from Melbourne
When you search for the cheapest flights to Phnom Penh from Melbourne, you’ll discover that a number of airfares are available each week. Some examples of airlines which operate regular flights from Melbourne to Phnom Penh are: Air Asia, Jetstar, China Southern, and Singapore Airlines. To book the cheapest airfare to Phnom Penh from Melbourne, it’s best to sign up to Skyscanner’s price alerts.
Melbourne airport departure information
On the day of your travel from Melbourne to Phnom Penh, you need to arrive at the airport at least 1.5 to 2 hours before departure time, and have a valid passport with you for the flight as well.
You can fly to Phnom Penh from one of two main airports catering to Melbourne: either Tullamarine Airport (the closest one to central Melbourne), or Avalon Airport (a terminal situated closer to the city of Geelong). To get to either airport you can choose from a variety of transport options, such as taxis, your own vehicle, buses, or chauffeured cars.
Both Tullamarine and Avalon terminals have plenty of services for travellers to utilise while they wait for their flight to Phnom Penh to board. For example, there are facilities such as baby change rooms, Internet access, restrooms, ATMs, baggage trolleys, pay phones, and a number of retail and dining outlets to choose from.
Phnom Penh airport arrivals
When you land at Phnom Penh International Airport, the largest in Cambodia, you will also have a wide variety of services to utilise if required. The terminal boasts facilities such as ATMs, currency exchange outlets, a prayer room, post office, service desk, wireless hotspots, bathrooms, a smoking lounge, pay phones, and many different shops, cafes, and restaurants.
To get from the airport to your hotel or other city-centre destination (a distance of approximately 10km), you can either take a taxi, hire a car, hop on a motorbike (called “motos”), take a public tuk tuk, or book an airport transfer online.
If you want to arrange some accommodation for your time in the Cambodian city, you should search online for an affordable hotel in Phnom Penh.
Other important information to note:
When comparing costs of living between Melbourne and Phnom Penh you’ll find that the Cambodian city is generally significantly less expensive than Melbourne. For example, the average price of a meal from an inexpensive restaurant in Melbourne is $15, while in Phnom Penh it is just over $3.
Please note: all information is correct as of February 2016.
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