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Old Jul 1, 19, 10:32 am
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Also, speaking of overtourism in Cambodia, I visited a combination of maybe 10 major and minor sites and came across exactly one foreigner (at Banteay Chhmar). This included the Siem Reap immediate area. I plan to write it up once I go through the photos.

There are plenty of places to go in Cambodia that aren't wall to wall people.
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Old Jul 3, 19, 3:07 am
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Malis restaurant

Malis restaurant. It was expensive but good.
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Old Jul 3, 19, 7:12 am
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I would recommend malis restaurant.
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Old Jul 3, 19, 4:09 pm
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Originally Posted by olivrate View Post
Malis restaurant. It was expensive but good.
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I would recommend malis restaurant.
I recommend them too (the one in PNH and the one in REP)
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Old Jul 4, 19, 7:12 pm
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Originally Posted by olivrate View Post
Malis restaurant. It was expensive but good.
Understanding that everyone's tastes are different, I'd compare Khmer Women Food (great name ) and Souvanna I or II in the same area favorably with Malis. Not the same ambience, for sure, but also not the same expense. Mostly locals at Souvanna.

Lots of people like Romdeng, but about 100% foreigners. Staff like to let the big spiders loose to scare the customers. Grab (SEAsian Uber) should cost maybe $1 to most of these.
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Old Jul 12, 19, 2:15 am
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Lots of people like Romdeng, but about 100% foreigners. Staff like to let the big spiders loose to scare the customers.
Getting the photos of the live spider crawling up my arm was a highlight of my trip. I ate it afterwards.
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