Queenco Hotel & Casino to Host APT Return to Cambodia

The Queenco Hotel & Casino looks forward to hosting the Asian Poker Tour’s 2014 event in the country of Cambodia and welcoming both players from the region and the international poker scene as well.

It is located in one of the most beautiful and exotic beaches of Sihanoukville, a few minutes from the center of the city. The hotel offers in and out transportation service to the city and can also arrange the typical Tuk-Tuk transportation for an authentic Cambodian experience.

The Queenco Hotel & Casino

It features a host of casino games running 24/7 from table games (Baccarat, Roulette, Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker) to slots (5 Dragons, Choy Sun Doa, Jackpot Carnival, Bally Hot Shots, Ozzy Challenge, Electronic Roulette). In addition, it houses the nicest poker room in Cambodia – Poker@Queenco

How to get there? Here are a few options…

  • Fly to Siem Reap from all major South East Asian cities and connect with Royal Angkor Airlines for a 45-minute flight to Sihanoukville.
  • Fly to Phnom Penh from all major South East Asian cities – Seoul, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and so on – From Phnom Penh, Queenco will arrange upon request ground transportation to Sihanoukville which is about 3 hours during non-peak traffic hours. This needs to be requested via APT NOT less than 48 hours before arrival. Taxis are also available at the airport for around US$ 60 a trip.
  • By land from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). It is 10-12 hours via bus which costs around $25. (The bus goes HCM-Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville)
  • By land from Bangkok. It is 12 hours and costs about $30. There is a bus that leaves BKK at 2am and arrives at the border (Koh Kong) early in the morning where passengers transfer onto 8 am van to Sihanoukville.

For players looking for hotel accommodations during the APT Asian Series Cambodia 2014, special rates and services are available at the Queenco Hotel & Casino. Check out the hotel info page.

The APT Asian Series Cambodia 2014 will be held from July 23rd to July 30th at the Queenco Hotel & Casino, Victory Beach, Sihanoukville. For more info, check out the APT Asian Series Cambodia 2014 Info page

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