Cambodia

Phnom Penh feels like giant village with remnants of French and worldly culture. Cambodia is largely dependent on the NGO’s that work within and therefore is home to thousands of foreigners who work for these NGO’s. There are film screenings, art exhibitions and other cultural events happening throughout the city.

Like other South East Asian countries, tuk-tuks are a major form of transportation. But I preferred motorcycle taxis because they were faster, cheaper, and smelled better! Since I lived in Phnom Penh for a few months, I had purchased a helmet to wear.

For nightlife on the weekends, I <3 Pontoon! It’s a club on a boat on the river.

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