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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