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Best things about living in Phnom Penh as a foreigner

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Rated 0 points - posted 10 years ago by KiwiKhmer in category Travel.
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Cheap living costs Report Abuse
Where else can you rent a good 2 bedroom home for less than $200/month?
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Filled with all sorts of special goodies from foods to crafts to ripped off cloths and dvds
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Seeing what kinds of things people fit onto a moto Report Abuse
From a shop worth of veges to panes of glass
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Cheap drinks Report Abuse
Go out for a drink and pay as little as 50cents for a beer or $2.50 for a wine
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It can be entertaining to see some of the manouvres people try to get away with
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Seeing how many people can fit on a moto(bike) Report Abuse
Cheap and easy entertainment seeing families squeeze onto motos - at least 6!
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Cheap spirits Report Abuse
Easy to buy 1 litre of vodka, whisky, gin... between $9 and $18
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Warmth all year round Report Abuse
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Cheap meals when dining out Report Abuse
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Living among Khmer who are a really friendly people Report Abuse
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Cheap travel on moto dop (motobike taxi) Report Abuse
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Lots of other foreigners to mingle with Report Abuse
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Central place from which to travel to the provinces Report Abuse
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No income tax Report Abuse
0 points - added 10 years ago by KiwiKhmer - 1 comment
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No. We expat have to pay income tax.
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Being able to help those who need it Report Abuse
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Be careful... if you too tender hearted.... you will be blamed and spoil your career... so expat... dont feel to do charity.... keep your heart as stone otherwise you will be into trouble...
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Easy to get Western products Report Abuse
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Seeing how many people can squeeze into a tuktuk Report Abuse
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