Phnom Penh Airport

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Phnom Penh Airport customer review

I think PNH is one of the nicest (smaller) airports in Asia. From the waterfall outside to the natural woods and Cambodian figures that line the halls on the inside. I do agree the duty free shopping is very limited - and the departure tax is very expensive. Overall I was very surprised to find such a modern elegant and user friendly airport in that region of Southeast Asia.
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Phnom Penh Airport customer review

I agree with all the positive points mentioned below. Top marks all round. I question whether it is overpriced though. USD $3.50 for coffee and a cake is hardly extortion for an International Airport.
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Phnom Penh Airport is over-priced by comparison with airports in neighboring countries - Vietnam Laos and Thailand - but it is a whole lot better than airports in Vietnam and Laos. The worst thing about travelling through Phnom Penh Airport is you want to ask why the rest of Cambodia especially in the public sector is so poorly run. Top marks to the administrators and workers at this airport.
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Phnom Penh Airport customer review

The terminal is newly renovated. We arrived on the same day when the airport was opened by the Prime Minister Hun Sen. The media crew was still packing their equipments by the time we arrived. Disembarked thru Aerobridge into the terminal. Hallway leads the arriving pax to lower level. First the health questionnaires were taken then proceed to visa counter where tourist apply the visa on arrival. Make sure to bring a passport photo and have a blank page on your passport since the visa sticker takes up one full page on your passport. Visa fee US$20 payable at the same time. Then proceed to visa control then to baggage claim. Everything is spotlessly clean and fresh and well lit; quite an impression. Departure check-in is on the ground level. Pay US$20 after checking in. Then proceed to upper level where the passport control and security check. There is plenty of natural light in the departure lounge - nice and clean.
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Phnom Penh Airport customer review

It's know as Pochentong and recently officially named as Phnom Penh International Airport. It's a compact airport and recently renovated. It's lean even the toilets. Everything is electronically registered and it certainly meets the international standard. International passengers are required to pay $20 airport tax after check-in. There is adequate seating. Do not expect to do the last minute shopping or a good meal before the flight as there are limited shops and restaurants and they are overpriced.
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