Cambodia what you never see

A drive around Phnom Penh Showing some shops and selling places around town. And some of the newer places. Also a visit to the Toul Kork area that NBC Dateline used for the show about prostitution 15 years ago. Just a few small singing places there and no prostitution there. Most shops in Cambodia are in the same place ,tire shops, tool shops, Every thing located in the same area makes it easy to find the best deal and what you want. There is 100's of bigger and nicer shops but this video is of the yard/garage sale type shops.

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Is Cambodia the Next Thailand for Expats?
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Top 10 Things to Do in Cambodia
Top 10 Things To Do in Cambodia! If you are thinking of going to Cambodia or just stopping by on your SE Asia tour, here are some tips on what you can do and where you can go! Here are some of the things that we did there: Angkor Wat Shoot Guns Killing Fields (Khumer rouge) Sihanookville Scorpion Snake Liquor Rent Motorcycles Tuk Tuk Race Eat Alligator/Snake Fish Massage Volunteer at a school Check Out More tips on Cambodia on our Blog! Blog: http://sundayfundayz.com/ Merch: http://highonlife.co/ Like: https://www.facebook.com/sundayfundayz Follow: http://twitter.com/sundayfundayz Insta: http://instagram.com/highonlifeco Vine: https://vine.co/sundayfundayz Pics: https://www.flickr.com/photos/sundayfundayz/sets/ Like the music? Subscribe to our music channel High On Life Sound: https://www.youtube.com/HighOnLifeSound





Stacey Dooley Investigates: Sex Trafficking in Cambodia
Contains distressing interviews. If you wish to help: Please support the "International Justice Mission" here: http://www.ijm.org/ And also, please 'Like' them on FaceBook at this link: http://www.facebook.com/InternationalJusticeMission Also, Unicef: http://www.unicef.org.uk/ And SaveTheChildren: http://www.savethechildren.net/ Stacey Dooley: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/bbcthree/2012/06/stacey-dooley-new-series-coming -here-soon.shtml





Cambodia Nightlife 2016 - VLOG 70 (bars, clubs, girls)
Cambodia Nightlife 2016 - VLOG 70 Phnom Penh (bars, clubs, girls) A VLOG from May 2016 of an evening drinking in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The parts of this video are: 0:00 Street 172, the cheap charlie street in Phnom Penh 1:28 Sundance Inn, getting ready for the night 1:54 Heading to street 136 3:17 Street 136, hostess bars + Red Fox guesthouse 6:50 Shanghai bar, street 51 8:24 Sorya Beer Garden 9:44 Walkabout bar, or rather what happened to it 11:10 Heart of Darkness Nightclub 13:27 Pontoon Nightclub 16:20 Map of the places visited Street 172 This is Phnom Penh's cheap charlie area. It is home to many inexpensive bars, restaurants, guesthouses and also has a few hostess bars thrown in for good measure. It is a good place to find $0.50 draught beers and many expat teachers congregate here in groups for the inexpensive offerings. The food is generally good here and many restaurants do take away service for the local expats. The hostess bars were quiet on street 172 when I visited so I never ventured in as I generally don't like being a solo customer in a bar. The Vampire bar girls were probably the best lookers from what I saw. The first $0.50 beer of the trip was at the Rachana rooftop bar and restaurant. Sundance Inn and Saloon. This place is pretty solid choice with rooms starting at around $22. It's guest friendly, they have a small swimming pool at the back and a lively bar area that is good to meet fellow travellers if that is your thing. Phnom Penh rubbish removal This city has one of the most unhygienic methods of collecting rubbish. Piles of it left on the streets festering in the blistering heat all day long. Don't even go near a market after closing as the stench of decaying organic matter is overpowering (esp. fish markets). Notice the guys also have no gloves on and are wearing flip flops too. Unbelievable! $1 moto taxi ride. I went everywhere via tuk tuk or moto taxi and never paid more than $1 for a trip. On this night I was looking for a possible future hotel and got completely lost. Phnom Penh is not a place to wander around alone late at night, even around the tourist areas. As soon as I could I flagged down a moto taxi and hit the bars. Street 136 On this night I went to the corner bar first which has a great view of the crossroads below. Draught beers have gone up to $1.75 and lady drinks were $3.75. At the Red Fox Bar I played some cash game poker upstairs. I didn't stay long as I played like a donkey, losing every pot played and being down 3 figures before I made a judgement call to get the hell out of there. Shanghai Bar This long running bar was a must visit for me. There were around 60 girls working on this night and customers were thin on the ground. I ended up giving up on trying to film the bar area and just had a few rounds with some friendly hostesses. There were a couple of grade A stunners at the bar that I missed and if I made a future visit I would just take one of those. No barfines in Shanghai but also no guarantee the girl will go to your hotel room. Walkabout Pub. This place fell on hard times and closed on 21 Apr 2016. It was a dingy freelancer bar where my first memory was being shouted at for not paying for my drink upfront (most of the bars give you a tab to pay on leaving). I did make a short visit to the Walkabout last year in VLOG 19 last year: https://youtu.be/08lvqtgCmKk Heart of Darkness I remember not being able to breath in this nightclub a few years ago, and it being stocked to the gills with freelancers. Now it is a shadow of it's former self and did I miss the memo that it was gay night on my visit? Pontoon This nightclub is now has cover charges some nights due to it's increasing popularity. I think the club is ok, but not great. There was much more security on my visit and they were hassling me a bit for taking a couple of photos which was surprising. Visit www.bangkok112.com for more info from these videos. Thanks for watching and subscribe for more videos. Music: 1st song MADS / maciej kulesza - Tone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5b8mhnTdj0 https://soundcloud.com/maciejkulesza 2nd song DANCE WITH THE DEAD (remix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2O2BrvbDE4 https://soundcloud.com/dancewiththedead




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