Mekong Express

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

(+855) 98 833 399

Cambodia Asia travel co., Ltd well known as the Mekong Express Limousine Bus or simply “Mekong Express” is a Cambodia company and commenced operation in 2002. Mekong Express is the leading and fastest growing passenger transport bus company in Cambodia. Mekong Express operates daily schedule, services to major destinations in Cambodia and also cross border service to Vietnam.

From the outset, ” Mekong Express ” has a great reputation among the international travelers as a company has high level safety and rigid maintenance standard. Our vehicles are sourced from Japan, of course, well known for comfortable ride on and highest mechanical quality control in worldwide. Since our inception, many other companies tried to copy our achievements, but would not success in this stage.

Share this information:

The content shown above and related pictures (if any) are neither created nor endorsed by

Visited 1841 times, 1 Visits today

One Review

  1. Achin Chetal
    Achin Chetal

    MEKONG EXPRESS – a company full of liars, thugs, arrogant and ignorant people. Never expected that we would have such a bad experience.
    We boarded the so-called “VIP” bus from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh (we’d already been travelling all night from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh) at 6:30 am today. When we arrived at Moc Bai (that’s the land border between Cambodia and Vietnam), after exiting Cambodia, one guy from Mekong Express (who was apparently supposed to help us get the visa/entry stamp) asked for $60 for the visa when it’s only $50 for the multiple-entry visa. I know this because this is not my first visa into Vietnam. When refusing to pay $60 for the visa, the guy just gave me my passport back and told me to get the visa myself. I agreed to it because I didn’t want to resort to corruption. I went to the window where they were providing Visa on Arrival and submitted my documents along with $50 (THE ACTUAL VISA FEE). Got the visa in the next 10 minutes. When we came out after the baggage check, the driver had left us behind in the middle of nowhere. We tried looking for him but he was nowhere to be found.
    We called the company at this point and asked them politely to ask the driver to come back and pick us but they blatantly refused and asked us to wait for another hour for another bus. We asked them multiple times to contact the driver but all they could do was hang up the phone on us (at least 7 times) and finally just stopped talking to us over the phone.
    We even tried calling a different number and the guy who picked the phone there was clueless as to how to help us.
    Finally, after talking to these impolite people for one whole hour (felt like banging our heads against the wall), we saw another Mekong Express bus. This wasn’t the same VIP bus but a normal one. Even here, when we boarded the bus, another guy from Mekong Express asked us to pay money for the ride. It was only after we called the company and made them talk to him, he agreed to let us ride.
    After reaching their office in Ho Chi Minh, we asked them if we could talk to their manager and suddenly all of them forgot to speak English and could only say “I don’t know”. After a while the manager came in blasting and refused to accept that he is the manager even though the other employees were all contradicting his statement. After talking to these a*#holes for more than one hour, where all they could do was feed the upper management with lies that there were some problems in obtaining our visa and that they had to wait for more than half an hour for us to get out (and some other ridiculous excuses), they all refused to give the refund for the difference between the two buses.

    If you’re reading this and you really don’t want to get ripped off or get stuck in the middle of nowhere, please please please, I beg you, DO NOT TRAVEL WITH MEKONG EXPRESS.
    Just trying to help fellow travellers who’re looking for a good experience and not get stuck with these stupid people.

    05/05/2017 at 7:44 PM