Norry is very well advertised both in guidebooks and at hotels or guesthouses frequented by tourists. It is even included in the top ten experiences highlighted by well-loved Lonely Planet, and was my last experience amongst the ten. An approximate one hour ride can cause you about 15 bucks per lorry if you are a tourist. Khmers will receive some discount, 8 dollars in my case. Since it became a big tourism draw in Battambang, I guess the locals can generate pretty good incomes from the service. If the project to bring back Cambodia train is on tracks, this service will come to an end in a few years from now.
It is faster than I thought. The driver said there are failures sometime. No guarantee.
A Lorry from opposite direction. As an unspoken rule, when two nollies reaches intersection on this single track, the norry with less passengers or loads need to be dismantled and make the way for the heavier one to move on.
We got off at the same place where we started the ride. It is a returned trip.