Pagodas across the country have wall paintings depicting a hell-like scene. This one at Sambok Mountain in Kratie province features this interesting component which may not be everyone’s idea of hell…
A modern painted sign in Phnom Penh, spotted on the way to TEDxPhnomPenh.
Found in Siem Reap, advertising a foot-bath filled with tiny fish who eat all your dead skin. Perhaps not the most hygienic thing in the world, but certainly funny and happy.
Back to Kep and what better double act of services could you hope for, get you hair cut while you scooter is cleaned.
From Battambang. I’ve no idea what it means.
Don’t wash your hands in the urinal in Siem Reap.
Don’t squat on the toilet. (NB. To be serious for a moment, sanitation is a major health issue in Cambodia where the majority of people do not have access to quality toilet facilities. These signs are at Angkor Wat which is free for Cambodian citizens, many of whom have not encountered a ‘western’ sitting toilet or systems based on running water technology.)
Very explicit location information for the showers at a swimming pool in Battambang.
And in Takeo, a reminder that tobacco advertising is far from banned in Cambodia. Value your pleasure with a D&J, or should that be DJ?