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  1. #7061

    Hotel location. Does it matter?

    Been looking at hotels in Cambodia for maiden trip.

    So far LE Grand Palais looks promising esp due to closeness to Crycee (breakfast ok? But. Seeing cheap & safe transport is by tuk tuk my question is does it really matter as long as you stay around central market or Riverside?

    Pontoon seems close too.

    My wishes. Decent sized room, pool, decent Western breakfast options and quiet at night. Prefer FL or pick ups and bring home to hotel room so obviously GF. Price range 60 -80 US.

    Read about delivery by Tuk tuk drivers so just wait in room and see what turns up?

    Any assistance appreciated.

  2. #7060

    Google & Phnom Penh robbery.

    Not sure what is the definition of "safe" here. One can google "Phnom Penh robbery" or "Bangkok robbery" to get an idea about safety level. If you can read Chinese, robbery and briberies and reported quite often in Chinese forum. Maybe the robber only target Asian with a pack or showing a phone, but who knows.

  3. #7059
    I have never felt unsafe in Phnom Penh. There is no reason to unless you wander off the beaten path. Same applies to Pattya and Bangkok. Stay where there are people and you are good. Just don't act like a fool or p1ss people off.

    AskeAske is exactly correct. Traffic should be anyone's main concern in the SE Asia countries.

  4. #7058
    Quote Originally Posted by JesseJames  [View Original Post]
    Get drunk like a fool and wander around. I don't care about PP sexpat rummies. This is a warning for those who go for short times. PP is a dangerous sh-thole. I don't have to be scared because I'm not a drunk and don't stroll around after midnight.
    You don't know what you are talking about. Yes, Cambodia and the rest of Asia are dangerous. But not because of crime. But because of the traffic. Be careful in the traffic, because that is the real killer.

  5. #7057
    Quote Originally Posted by AskeAske  [View Original Post]
    If you are so scared, then stay at home. If that is more safe? If you are a little streetwise, PP is safe. But nothing is 100 % safe. When I go out drinking all night in PP I always take a safe tuk-tuk. One I know. I pay him all night. We go to a place, I come out, we go to the next place. I have never any problem in PP. JesseJames, stay at home. Then nothing happen at all.
    Get drunk like a fool and wander around. I don't care about PP sexpat rummies. This is a warning for those who go for short times. PP is a dangerous sh-thole. I don't have to be scared because I'm not a drunk and don't stroll around after midnight.

  6. #7056

    General Safety Info For World Travel

    The US state department just put out a good map indicating 7 levels of safety for travel. Note: it is not all inclusive. There will be areas of safety and danger. You still have to use your brains.

    https://travelmaps.state.gov/TSGMap/

    Interesting to note that Cambodia is grouped together at the 2nd level of safety with Thailand and Laos. Also interesting is that Vietnam is lumped together with South Korea and Japan at the 1st level. As expected, the Philippines is more dangerous at the 4th level.

  7. #7055
    Quote Originally Posted by JesseJames  [View Original Post]
    More than 100 foreign nationals died in Cambodia last year, an immigration dept official said this week. So Kohn Panharith, said on Wednesday that 119 foreigners died in Cambodia last year, including 12 women. Mr. Panharith added that 86 foreigners were also injured, 18 of them women. They got injured during robberies, traffic accidents and acts of violence. The number of dead and injured foreigners increased in 2017 compared to 2016. http://www.khmertimes.com/50101659/d...nors-increase/.

    I doubt anyone mugged, robbed, stabbed or shot is going to hang around PP and have beers with the expats and tell them what adventures they had with the criminals. Go play Russian roulette and walk around after midnight.
    You're full of shit! You even got the website wrong. The correct website is: http://www.khmertimeskh.com/50101659...ners-increase/.

    Out of the 119 foreigner's death, 1 was from murder. Most (86) were from illnesses. 6 were unexplained. Out of approx 5 million foreign tourist plus the ex-pats, there was 1 official murder. Not bad. Wondering if that murder was caused by a local or another foreigner. Locals do not kill tourist. We tourist are protected. The government / country needs our tourist money.

    86 were injured officially, out of 5 million. The article does not break out the numbers between crime from locals, crime from other foreigners, and accidents. I would be curious on the number of non-violent petty crime.

  8. #7054
    Quote Originally Posted by JesseJames  [View Original Post]
    More than 100 foreign nationals died in Cambodia last year, an immigration dept official said this week. So Kohn Panharith, said on Wednesday that 119 foreigners died in Cambodia last year, including 12 women.
    Did the article say how they died? Why do you assume they died as a result of criminal activity? Are you sure some of them didn't die a natural death (heart attack, stroke, chronic or malignant illness), drug overdose, traffic accident, suicide, or plain old "death by misadventure" (common for tourists who don't know their limits)?

    Maybe you should look at the number of foreigners who die in Thailand each year and tell us why Thailand is safer.

  9. #7053
    Quote Originally Posted by JesseJames  [View Original Post]
    More than 100 foreign nationals died in Cambodia last year, an immigration dept official said this week. So Kohn Panharith, said on Wednesday that 119 foreigners died in Cambodia last year, including 12 women. Mr. Panharith added that 86 foreigners were also injured, 18 of them women. They got injured during robberies, traffic accidents and acts of violence. The number of dead and injured foreigners increased in 2017 compared to 2016. http://www.khmertimes.com/50101659/d...nors-increase/.

    I doubt anyone mugged, robbed, stabbed or shot is going to hang around PP and have beers with the expats and tell them what adventures they had with the criminals. Go play Russian roulette and walk around after midnight.
    If you are so scared, then stay at home. If that is more safe? If you are a little streetwise, PP is safe. But nothing is 100 % safe. When I go out drinking all night in PP I always take a safe tuk-tuk. One I know. I pay him all night. We go to a place, I come out, we go to the next place. I have never any problem in PP. JesseJames, stay at home. Then nothing happen at all.

  10. #7052
    FWIW I walked all around the Patoon area and up to 136st tonight and it felt exceedingly safe. Actually feels safer at night, than the day because every st is fairly quiet. During the day feels like a motorcycle driver might drive by and steal your phone if given the opportunity.

  11. #7051

    Deaths of Foreigners Increase

    More than 100 foreign nationals died in Cambodia last year, an immigration dept official said this week. So Kohn Panharith, said on Wednesday that 119 foreigners died in Cambodia last year, including 12 women. Mr. Panharith added that 86 foreigners were also injured, 18 of them women. They got injured during robberies, traffic accidents and acts of violence. The number of dead and injured foreigners increased in 2017 compared to 2016. http://www.khmertimes.com/50101659/d...nors-increase/.

    I doubt anyone mugged, robbed, stabbed or shot is going to hang around PP and have beers with the expats and tell them what adventures they had with the criminals. Go play Russian roulette and walk around after midnight.

  12. #7050
    Quote Originally Posted by DingoD  [View Original Post]
    I was going to reply to this in nearly the exact same way when I read the original post. Like you I have walked around numerous parts of town in the early hours of the morning when I didn't have the patients to deal with tuk tuk driver bullshit, never had a problem of the past 10 years.

    I think like anywhere, if you use a bit of common sense, exercise some caution and aren't a loud mouthed trouble seeker Phnom Penh is no more dangerous than say, Melbourne or Singapore.

    Cheers.

    DingoD.
    Good Luck.

  13. #7049
    Quote Originally Posted by Baghda211  [View Original Post]
    Can someone tell me phonetically how to say.

    1) I want to perform oral sex on you / eat your pussy. Whatever expression makes my point.

    2) I want you to suck me without a condom.

    3) Go slowly.
    1) knyom chong see k'doey on.

    2) Som on see k'dor ut meen srowm (sound as in row. Argument).

    3) twer yute yute.

  14. #7048

    Not mine either

    Quote Originally Posted by BrnBeck  [View Original Post]
    I've spent a lot of late nights in Phnom Penh. Months on end. I've only ever heard of one violent mugging in 5 years.

    I'm not saying it doesn't ever happen or that there's no risk or need to be on alert, but it's just not been my experience. I've been all over the city and done some admittedly dumb things, late at night, alone, walking home. Could be I'm lucky.

    Extremely dangerous? Suicide mission? Meh.

    BB.
    I was going to reply to this in nearly the exact same way when I read the original post. Like you I have walked around numerous parts of town in the early hours of the morning when I didn't have the patients to deal with tuk tuk driver bullshit, never had a problem of the past 10 years.

    I think like anywhere, if you use a bit of common sense, exercise some caution and aren't a loud mouthed trouble seeker Phnom Penh is no more dangerous than say, Melbourne or Singapore.

    Cheers.

    DingoD.

  15. #7047

    Sexual words in Khmer.

    Can someone tell me phonetically how to say.

    1) I want to perform oral sex on you / eat your pussy. Whatever expression makes my point.

    2) I want you to suck me without a condom.

    3) Go slowly.

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