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My Journey To Preah Vihear

My plan: Siem Reap to Preah Vihear to Northeast Thailand 16th – Siem Reap to Anlong Veng Departed Siem Reap on G.S.T. bus at 2pm for USD5 from Siem Reap New Bus Terminal. Arrived in Anlong Veng at 4pm after … Continue reading

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Heading to Preah Vihear from Siem Reap

There is no bus going directly from Siem Reap to Preah Vihear. You can get a private taxi to do the trip in a day for USD 80 to 120 to & back for a 4-door passenger car taxi depending … Continue reading

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Free Foreign ATM Cash Withdrawal in Cambodia

Canadia Bank is the only bank in Cambodia which does not charge a withdrawal fee when you withdraw cash with your credit card / debit card / ATM card using their ATM’s. There may be a service charge imposed by … Continue reading

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Involuntary Conservation

Today, there’s no power supply in Battambang from 7am to 5pm. Power supply interruption seems to happen often in Cambodia where the country purchase power from neighboring Thailand and Vietnam.

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Universal Language 1 – Cambodia

I believe this sign doesn’t require any translation.

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Protection in Cambodia

Many of the roads in Cambodia are not sealed. Even in and around Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, the paved road shoulders are often just dirt. Bring face masks and sunglasses if you are planning to travel by tuk-tuk or … Continue reading

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Local Breakfast 1 – Cambodia

Besides noodle in soup, Cambodians like to have grilled pork rice for breakfast. A serving of pickled vegetables is normally served with this dish, along with a bowl of soup.

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