riverside

 

Along the banks of the Tonle Sap at its junction with The Mekong is the area known as Sisowath Quay.

Most of the tourist tends to stay around the Riverside area.  This is a 3km strip filled with vendors, locals, tourists and expats, and lined with hotels, restaurants, bars cafes and shops.

it is also good place to relax and sit by the Tonle Sap River.

new building across the river with the locals fishing at the Tonle Sap River

Tuk Tuk , sir?  this is the most common question you get all the time whenever you walk pass the driver.

nearby the riverside area, the locals busy with their business activities before the sun goes down

rush hour

in the evening time, peoples gather at riverside Especially on weekends or on holidays there are lots and lots of people which come to the

Mekong River bank in front of the Grand Palace and stroll around

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there is also local dancing group gather here to do dancing and exercise at the same time

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