I went to a girl's Apt while ago. I met her at HOD. It was a one bedroom only. It was on a narrow lane of the main road with small houses on either side. I do not know where the shower or the toilet was. She introduced me to her neighbours who were really friendly.
She said she paid $50 / month as rent. She did have a good bed.
This girl was very pretty and she stayed with me for 4 days. I paid her a total of $120 with a some clothes totalling $30. Ofcourse I did take care of all the dinners and even took her to Naga casino. Otherwise she would go and get me cheap home cooked meals for lunch.
She told me she makes almost $500 a month but needs to send part of the money to her home. Rest of the money she saves for a rainy day. She said she can afford a better Apt. But was content living in a one room apt with lots of friendly people around. In her line of business famine will hit soon and fast unless she finds a sponsor. She told me she had a sponsor before.
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Originally Posted by Bartchamdo
You cannot smoke ganja at the Walkabout, at least on the first floor; I've tried. LOL! Maybe you can smoke on the balconey on the second floor.
You cannot smoke at the trendy Cambodian places such as Lounge and Sparks.
You can smoke on the balconey at Sharkeys.
All the staff at Martini will say you cannot smoke ganja. But I've seen people smoke (not often though). The poor working staff there won't want to mess with you.
You can smoke at LeCryee.
At the hostess bars, some will say yes, some will say please smoke outside.
Originally Posted by Bartchamdo
I've heard some stories about the girl not being happy about the standard rate that the guy gave in the morning. Some girls will always want more.
That being said, it's no "problem" if you do that. The girl will have no recourse, even if you stiff her. This is not the Philippines or Thailand; she cannot call the cops. First of all, the cops won't care; she has to pay the cops to come over; the working girls in Cambodia are treated like shit (it's a shame since the country's economy has expanded on the "backs" of these working girls). Also I wouldn't fear her friends or pimp (of course there could be an exception, but unlikely).
The prices for girls went up when the price of petro went up several years ago. At Martini, the cute girls will ask for at least $20 short time (I pay the full rack rate). How hard is it to get the cute ones (the top 5 at Martini's) to agree to $15? Fairly certain you cannot get the cute ones to agree to $10. You probably can get the older or marginal ones to agree to $10.
Walkabout should have cheaper pricing pressures than Martinis. But then the quality at Martinis is better than Walkabout.Originally Posted by EvianistOriginally Posted by Bartchamdo
I never discuss any money on beforehand. And when they act the trick of leaving their clothes in the bathroom after 1st shower, you already know it will just be an ST. No problem, then I just pay 10$ as my excuse is always hee, I would have paid you 30$ for a whole night with at least 3 pops. So one pop is 10$. They will be confused. Leaving early or no BBBJ are also no bonus points. OK, I add a dollar for motobike taxi. But that is all. And in the end, if these girls get an average of 15$ every other day, that is a lot of riels at the end of the month. Therefore I am not so keen to visit WB or Martini's with all the other tourists and FL's. I always take a hotel in 136 street and have fun in 104 and 108. Or stay in 104 and have fun in 136.
And with mototaxi's exactly the same. You can drive half the city for 2000 riels. Just have them prepared in your pocket and put it in his hand at destination. Confusion all over as they expected a dollar, just walk away but they all will take it. And this is even no problem at all for a firsttime visitor. Know what the habits are, and it saves you a lot of money.Originally Posted by Titanio
I wouldn't like the bitching that would occur every single time.
A lot of the moto-dopes from the tourist area or your hotel will refuse to take you if you only offer the local price; some of them wait a long time to gouge the tourist.
As I have tended to do lately, here are a few comments on various topics:
I no longer am recommending Amari hotel on St. 136 to people. I know one person who had a large amount of money stolen out of a locked drawer, presumably by the housekeeper. I had another friend check out after 2 days due to construction noise.
Yes, Cambodian girls will sometimes call the cops on you if they are pissed off enough at being what they consider seriously underpaid. It does not happen often, but it does happen. Contrary to popular opinion, however, they won't always take the girl's side. If they do, the cops will then split whatever extra money they get out of the customer with the girl.
The number of hostess bar girls who are demanding silly money is steadily increasing. I still pay no more than $15 for ST and $25 for LT, but there are girls now who absolutely won't go for less than $40-$50. Strangely, they are not always the hottest girls, and there are still plenty of really hot ones who will go for the same prices as before. One girl even quoted a friend of mine $100. She quickly came down from that figure, but he just blew her off immediately out of general principle. We even made a point of ridiculing her a bit to her face and in front of the other girls-something I would normally never do, but felt the point needed to be made. Freelancers still seem to be OK with $10-$15 ST, $20-$25 LT.
Martini and Walkabout seem to have higher percentages of Khmer chicks these days, or maybe just fewer Vietnamese.
Pontoon is a very nice bar, from a design standpoint. A bar by this name has been around for years, but it use to be on a floating barge anchored to the riverside around the night market. It has always has a string of freelancers and semi-pros (hookers who are playing the long game) that tended to arrive around 11-12, and the new bar is no different. The working girls arrived in the last half hour before they start charging a cover-which was midnight last Friday. I saw a several hostess bar girls that I knew, and some freelancers who I recognized from Riverhouse. I did not see any of the regular Heart girls. A lot of the customers were middle and up-class Khmers, however, especially when I first arrived around 10PM, so be careful and make sure the girl is really available before you start hitting on her.
Hi GB, nice to see you are still making the rounds. Have you or any other Cambodian mongers seen any busty (slim and stacked) Khmers or Viets in PP? Are there any bars there that feature big boobs? I don't care if they are bolt-ons or not. I'll be looking for a sweetie to take to Angor what and do a lot of boom booming.
Originally Posted by GreenBudOriginally Posted by GreenBud
And to make it all clear, during daytime I never negociate a price on beforehand, just ask them where I want to go. I don't have a map or so, I know my way around or just ask if he knows a landmark. If not take the next one.Originally Posted by D Cups
Generally, Asians don't have large breasts; you probably should stick with Tijuana for large tits.
Generally on the average, Khmers will have larger breasts than the Viets, IMO.
I'm not really a breast man; I haven't been keeping track of large breasted girls. The next time I'm there (in couple of weeks) , I'll keep my eyes (hands) open for them.
K11 is still open for business. But not to barangs. The only whites you'll see there are NGOs still creaming their cotton panties at the thought or catching a pedo. They are completely oblivious of the K11 sprouting in the countryside. [/QUOTE]
Ok. Did you get laid? The reports of pussy being available are still trickling in. Though the place is nothing like what is was years ago when the Home Away From Home Cafe was there.
I'm defintetly going a hunting ))
Bad boys play at night
I even went to notorious KM11 but there was nothing there. Had a real hard time finding a tout to even take me there.
Thanks, GB, I appreciate any intel. I know busty Asians are not real common but I have a fetish for them.
Originally Posted by GreenBud
Off the roadsOriginally Posted by Sandbag102
I am seriously considering my first visit to Camboida. Understanding the fact I must make my own way and do research, could you helf me with some general info:
What is this "crackdown" I read about?
Can someone recommned a good hotel in Phnom Penh with access to general mongering area. I have been told the walkabout is a good place.
It appears the going rate for short time is around $15.
Best overall mongering spots for a newbie.
All info greatly appreciated.Originally Posted by Henryv
Nº.1B2B, Dekcho Damdin (St. 154)
12210 Phnom Penh.
Tel 023 6926 987.
HP 017 373 872.
It's on the corner of 154 and Pasteur, a 5-minute walk from Walkabout, only $20, including breakfast and very clean.Originally Posted by Asianpussylover
Is it a safe walk?
Originally Posted by PolyorchidOriginally Posted by DinghyOriginally Posted by Henryv
I was raised around Chicago, and I've never been anywhere in Asia, or anywhere else in the world, where I felt anywhere near as in danger as I did there. If the thugs don't get you, the coppers will.
Snookyville Chicken Farm RaidOriginally Posted by Shadow6491
Police Raid on Chicken Farm.
Last Week end (30th January) the Military Police conducted a raid on a Brothel in a place known locally as "The Chicken Farm." After weeks of surveillance the raid caught a Vietnamese man selling drugs. The man was arrested and charged with Drug Offences for which he received 7 years. The mama san w2as charged with keeping a brothel and she duly paid a fine while the working girls were sent to PP for 'Re-education. A Canadian national was released without charges as the working girl was over the age of consent.
Damn! What's going on with the chicken farms? There goes my $5 shags. Now I will have to shop hard elsewhere.Originally Posted by Hippie
Never heard of that, but then no scumbag would admit that his girl called the cops because he stiffed her. I observed 2 incidents.
Funny story: I was at Martinis a few years ago. This girl was a few feet away from this guy. She was constantly yapping at him, saying things like "you no pay me","why you no pay me". The guy just calmly drank his beer. She did that the whole time I was there. I guess that's the "common" recourse the working girl has.
When the locals have a dispute, such as a traffic accident, no one wants to call the cops. They're kind of like lawyers, they're the only ones that win.
Originally Posted by Hippie
That's one reason why I don't stay at the Amari. They don't have any in-room safes (plus no wi-fi in the room). Why didn't he use the individual safes in the lobby. Those also are very flimsy; it's wooden with cheap locks. But the owner assured me that it was completely safe because the lobby is taped 24 hours a day by CCTV.
In-room safes are only marginally safer than the other two alternatives mentioned, when the threat is from a hotel staff member. Every hotel has at least one person who knows the master combination and / or has a master key to every safe. These are essential when customers forget their combinations. At the very least the manager on each shift will have it, and with the average Cambodian's laziness and inability to keep secrets, usually several other people do, as well. (I'm really not bashing Cambodia unfairly when I say that, as anyone who has lived and worked here will attest.) Once when staying at a very highly-regarded hotel in Angeles City, I returned to my room at midday to move to a better room that I was switching to that day. I walked into my room to find the security guard and new tenant staring at my opened safe, which contained $3000 in addition to my passport and camera and some prescription medicine. I went ballistic when the receptionist calmly informed me that since the other guest had arrived early, the staff had moved all my belongings for me and she had instructed the security guard to open the safe.
Any comments on this previous post?
Originally Posted by HenryvOriginally Posted by GreenBudOriginally Posted by Hippie
I've met a lot of people that like the Khmers, and they say something like, "The Cambodians are a sweet loving people, but". They always use the word "but". LOL!Originally Posted by Asianpussylover
Which chicken farm are you speaking of in SHV? The shags on the port or the house in town?
Did the whole business just went underground for cambos only or did they really made it to destroy it?
R. I. P. Cambo sex business. (
Newbie to PP
Got a pm telling me the Flamingo was a good Hotel situated close to the action. Any comments?
Anyone know of a good hotel close to the action that has a pool.
Also, if I bring an unloced cell phone is the system similar to the Philippines or Thailand, I. E, buy a sim care and time.
Thank you.Originally Posted by HenryvOriginally Posted by Worltravel
Stayed there one night two weeks ago and brought 2 girls back and they didn't ID them.
Hi guys, newbie here.
I was wondering if there's any boardmembers currently living in or visiting Phnom Penh that could help me out tracking down a girl that I met at the Walkabout last week.
I meant to get her phone number on my last night in PP but unfortunately fell ill and didn't make it out that night.
My next visit isn't for another 3 months and given the high turnover rate at the Walkabout it would be a shame if she left the WA before my next trip.
I'd greatly appreciate any help on this matter either on here or via PM.
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