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​A luxury trip with Giant Ibis Transport

​A luxury trip with Giant Ibis Transport

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Photograph: Phnom Penh Post

Everyone always feels excited when talking about a fun trip. However, the traveling part is the part of the trip no one likes at all. ​This week, LIFT talks about a new kind of transportation service, Giant Ibis Transport or the Royal Cambodian Limousine Service Co. Ltd.

If you often travel from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap or Kampot, you can see luxury dark silver buses on the road with the Giant Ibis transport big logo in blue color.   

Giant Ibis vehicles provide luxurious and spacious interiors that can guarantee the passengers’ comfort and a pleasant journey.

Very modern and luxury equipment such as Deluxe leather seat, foldable armrest, LED floor lamp, reading lamp, air conditioning louver and air-conditioning return duct grille enhance the traveler’s experience.

Choosing Giant Ibis service means traveling in brand new 2012 buses with comfortable reclining seats, spacious leg room, cold A/C, Wi-Fi internet, complimentary snacks, pick-up service with luxury car, insurance, experience guide, and helpful friendly staff.

Ly Leakhena, 29, a private sector manager at Royal Cambodian Limousine Service Co., Ltd, said that the name Giant Ibis came from the bird of Cambodia, a national symbol on the brink of extinction.

“Giant Ibis Transport plans to contribute some money from selling tickets to conserve this kind of animal,” she says.

For only $13,00 (Phnom Penh-Siem Reap/Siem Reap-Phnom Penh) or $8,00 (Phnom Penh-Kampot/ Kampot-Phnom Penh), you will travel on luxurious and comfortable buses.

Moreover, if you spend one more dollar on a loyalty card, you will get $1,00 discount for each and every single purchase of bus ticket.

If you want to try this new bus service, you can go to #3 street 106, next to the night market in central Phnom Penh. Alternatively you can call 023 999 333 for more details. 

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