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BANGKOK 21 June 2019 04:14
DingDongLing

Pros and Cons of cambodia over thailand?

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Please input old wisdom members.

 

Longer visa, nicer people, not anti-falang gov?  

 

Cheaper cleaner?

 

Massages?

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Cheaper and tuk tuk more convertible like in thailand people also friendly there and very patient espassaly the drivers !


Gesendet von iPhone mit Thaivisa Connect

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3 minutes ago, AlexRich said:

Hospitals not up to western standards

People pissing in the street

Hygiene not that great (food poisoning)

Infrastructure not as good

Malls not that brilliant (Phnom Penh Japanese mall pretty good though)

 

... interesting place to visit, I'm not sure that I'd want to stay there.

More info on the malls pls and what foods should I avoid?  *due to not washing hands I suppose?

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15 minutes ago, losworld said:

sure doesn't sound like siam reap and angkor wat to me but i guess you have a different definition of a world heritage site....

Where was he talking about?

 

What are your experiences?

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2 minutes ago, SteveK said:

Very "different" levels of:

 

- poverty and begging

- English proficiency

- food quality (still haven't met a farang who loves fish amok)

- corruption

- perceived safety

- visa hassles

- chances of stepping on a mine

 

Just a bit too third-world for me, but you never know what's going to happen with Thailand's visa policies in the medium to long-term.

 

 

more or less?

better nightlife?

Wifi?

water?

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1 hour ago, DingDongLing said:

More info on the malls pls and what foods should I avoid?  *due to not washing hands I suppose?

Costa Coffee shop in PP mall, and many decent restaurants. The mall was modern and western standard, with a cinema, sports shops and a decent supermarket. Right in the heart of the city.

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1 hour ago, SteveK said:

In my experience, nightlife in Cambodia is not amazing (but is interesting nonetheless), WiFi is nowhere near as accessible or speedy, and yes, they do have water.

Wifi is pretty complicated to use around establishments in thailand.  So by this standard, cambodia is much worse?   Hotels/bars/malls/food/cafes have them?  

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