Nightlife in Cambodia

Articles and Experiences from Others

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From what we have gathered by spending some time in Southeast Asia, when you pay for services of this variety you get the company of the woman for longer than just the main event. She is with you through the next day, and in some cases she is your temporary girlfriend, in which you would take her to dinner, drinks, I have even seen some ‘couples’ shopping together. It is such a common practice in some countries that hotels will charge a “Lady Joiner Fee”.
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Phnom Penh is agiant red light district, with go-go or ‘hostess’ girly bars the most public example of Cambodian sex tourism. Although the government is raising efforts to eliminate illegal brothels, gambling halls and karaoke parlours, these are not places that Westerners would usually know about, let alone visit.
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For those of you looking to avoid unpleasant surprises when coming back at the hotel, or being smacked with unexpected "joiner fees" added to the bill upon checkout, I have compiled a lists of hotels which are known to have "guest friendly" policies. The hotels on these lists are very popular with like minded visitors and are also known to respect the privacy of their guests. But most importantly, none of them levy any extra charges for bringing back unregistered guests.

Cambodian Bars and Bar Girls

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Loco Bar is fast becoming the first boutique bar in Phnom Penh, with its rapidly gaining reputation as a place to be for a great night out. If you wish a quiet drink or some friendly company the bar’s stylish design, comfortable seating, intimate lighting will provide for your wishes. With a wide selection of music or if preferred, you can request your own, regardless of which there’s always a great atmosphere here, with ice-cold beer, a wide range of spirits and if you get hungry we can arrange for snacks or bigger meals.

Accommodation Options

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As one of the most established hotels in Phnom Penh with a reputation for service the old-fashioned way and a generous package of free amenities, the Anise Hotel is a hub for independent travelers, artists, researchers, journalists, NGO consultants and business visitors who affectionately call it “their home in Phnom Penh.”  With only 22 guest rooms and an exceptional professional and dedicated English-speaking staff to care for all your needs, let yourself be transported by the warmth of true Khmer hospitality while enjoying all the comfort of modern amenities.

Restaurants and Dining Out

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Our INTÉGRITÉ house blend is a blend of coffees from Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand that combine to make what we think is the best coffee in Cambodia! Full-bodied, rich and satisfying, this citrusy, with bitter chocolate notes coffee is great black or with milk. Feel Good Coffee buys green coffee directly from farmers and cooperatives around SE Asia so we can be sure that the fair prices we pay go directly to the families and communities growing, maintaining, and harvesting our delicious coffees.
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Over the past decade Phnom Penh’s Toul Kork area has expanded fast, which is why we opened a brand-new garden cafe location there in 2009. This charming single-storey building is bright and spacious with air-conditioning inside, a child-friendly garden out front and a lovely terrace at the back. It is a great venue for team meetings or an intimate meal.

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