Blue Tongue Cafe

#39 Street 174, Phnom Penh, 10000, Cambodia
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Bon Om Tuk (water festival) dates in November 2007

by amyeclair

We're traveling to Cambodia in November and I've heard about the water festival celebrating the changing of the river flow. Does anyone know exactly what days this will be? Do we need to pre-book rooms because of the festival? Any other advice for visiting during the festival is welcome as well. Many thanks!

Re: Bon Om Tuk (water festival) dates in November 2007

by marc_pp

BonnOhm Tuk takes place on 23, 24 and 25 November this year. It is definitely adviced to book your rooms well in advance. Better do so right now if you want a chance to find accommodation in Phnom Penh.

Most official services stop for the whole week before and the week after the festival. Book your plane tickets in time as well as your transport from and to the airport.

All events will take place in the riverside neighbourhood. Highlights are the boat races during the day and the fireworks and display of illuminated decorated barges at night.

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

Cell in school

by edachsund

Nothing much interesting I found in Phnom Penh frankly speaking. I think Siem Reap is much more better than Phnom Penh. Lovely atmosphere compare to this Capital of Cambodia itself.

Busy road one thing, pollution another thing. But what I most quite admired when I spent my day in lazy fish restaurant, chilled out there, reading and waiting for a sun set coming down from the east side of Boeng Kak lake. The restaurant was just right on the lake, floating, where the panorama and the environment here I considered peace and harmony compared to town.
Try it, sure you gonna love it. Fondest memory, when I visiting genocide museum. I noticed that everyone who visiting these place usually will be silent and symphatized to the late victims.
So do I......

Happy Friendly People

by keeweechic

The people were happy and very friendly despite all the terrible times they have gone through in the past. Everything was laid back, nothing rushed. In the evenings, because of poor electricity, you could drive past homes and shops with people sitting outside or with candles dimly lighting their surrounds.

Somewhere before Phnom Penh, I...

by l_joo

Somewhere before Phnom Penh, I did a quick sketch.
Here our bus stop for 15 minutes but what I found interesting was those local Cambodian girls laughing at an Argentinian woman tourist for not wearing a bra, they also laugh at her being a single and trying to educate her to have 10 kids like them by show 10 fingers to her with all her kids.

Wat Sampao Meas

by richiecdisc

Little visited Wat Sampao Meas is a nice place to grab some quiet time away from fellow travelers. You’re unlikely to run into many here despite it being very close to many budget accommodations. It is a splendid place to watch Khmers go about their religious rituals and the surrounding market area is an excellent place to watch local life especially late in the afternoon. Photo opportunities abound and there are lots of snacks for those prone to try local delicacies. You can find it at the end of street number 198, at the very opposite end away from the Royal Palace.

Central Market

by Blatherwick about Central Market (Pasah Thmay)

The Central Market is a large building built in the 1930s in the centre of town. It is painted yellow and kind of reminds me of a beehive with its shape and the number of vendors and shoppers buzzing about. Prices are a bit higher here than other markets but it does have the best selection.


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