Le President

No.680 Kampuchea krom Blvd., Sangkat Psar Depo 2, Khan Toul kork, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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English to Khmer translation

by simonneho

Can some one pls translate the following for me? I want the pronunciation/ speaking words :

wash
hang
close dooor
remember

Thanks!
sukkimi@hotmail.com

Re: English to Khmer translation

by Eggboy

O-k let me try to put some Khmer words on it . One English word can be many Khmer words.
Wash: Leang/ sam art.
Hang: P'chuor ( this one is difficult, pronounce P + chuor)
Close door: Bet t'weah
Remember: Chamm, chang chamm.
Well, some words are difficult to spell in English, but hope you can understand them.

Good luck. Let me know if you need any more assistance

"chuop kneaH pel kroy" (SEE YOU LATER)

Eggboy

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

Beggers

by Jasen71

I met a former government solider who had been injured whilst de-mining UXO's, now as a rule I never give money to beggers or children if I can help it, but I did give this guy about $5 because he has to support himself, probably a family. I spoke to him in my best french (he thought I was from Beligum!), and I was moved by his fight against the injuries he sustained, and that as a person he is, the strengh and courage is beyond my own... The people that make the city what it is..

Killing Fields - Choeng Oek

by extrajoce

The Killing Fields are not far away from Phnom Penh, since they are the mass burial ground for many of the political opponents of the Khmer Rouge regime, along victims of internal purges. Men, women and children were brought here and tortured, dismembered then buried, in a very systematic way.
More than 8000 corpses were dug out and a memorial pagoda has now been built. The contrast with the charming rural nature that has taken over is stunning, but there isn't a lot to see actually, it's more of a way to grasp the paradoxes of this country.
Southern suburb, some 10 kilometers from the city center. Head along the main road out south, then it is indicated at a fork which you take to the left.

Wholesale Shopping

by aukjejetty

The Olympic Market is a three story covered market near the Olympic Stadium which was upgraded and reopened in 1994 and now specialises in wholesale items. I went here with a Cambodian girl (who lives with the family i stayed with) and a friend. We went to get groceries for the family. I really like these kind of market and it was good not to run into any tourists.

After my visit here I became more careful with handing the money. I witnessed the way the locals treat the money; it was thrown on top of everything. I saw it carelesly dumped on top of some bloody juice from a large piece of porkmeat. Can you imagine this money going from one pig to the other?

Elephant Riding

by Pakistaniguy

I do not know if it is counted as a type of sport activity or not but this is a common sporty activity of Cambodians which i felt ! I also saw some boys playing football but i do not think so that its very famous out there.

The Sign Says

by keeweechic

The sign says....

'The extermination camp Choeung Ek is about 15km from Phnom Penn int he south west. It implicated in the organisation of the biggest security centre of Kampuchea Dedmocratic in Pol Pot Regime under the name S.21.S.21 had its headquarter at Tuol Sleng Prison. All the victims (peasants, workers, intellectuals, ministers, Khmer Diplomats, foreigners, women, children...) detained and tortured during interrogating at Tuol Sleng were later sent to Choeung Ek for liquidation. A lot of population and Pol Pot soldiers of the eastern zone were also sent there since May 1978. Towards the end of 1980, 86 out of 129 mass graves were unearthed in this extermination camp and 8,985 corpses were found.

A stupa has been erected to preserve their remains and also to commemorate the death of the Kampuchea people under Pol Pot Regime.'

This sign marks the site of one of the mass graves that were unearthed.

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