Whatever happens in Phnom Penh...
What defines a city: Highlights? culture? nightlife? restaurants? art?
Any answer is possible of course, but for me it is really about the streets I walk through, the people, buildings, forms of transport and more I encounter...
It can be an odd combination of old and new.
Or those 'made in India' tuk tuks you see almost everywhere.
Advertising and scribbles on a wall.
A baguette offered to a gecko...
Footpath barber service.
There are some modern high rise buildings but nowhere near as many as in Bangkok.
Durians are popular here too.
I remember many years ago being surprised by the sign 'no guns, no durians' in a Phnom Penh hotel!
BBQ and wires, bon appetite!
Nice decoration of a vehicle's roof.
Lots of tuks, most of them can be contacted by an app (Pass App).
Personally I don't find mopeds not particularly comfortable to use as chairs...
Kids playing a game.
These corner buildings are still quite common.
The first cyclo taxi I encountered!
Chickens in the heart of the city...
Fire wood business.
A very relaxed driver...
End of the line.
A more modern skyline.
To be continued!