Despite their desire for “modernization”, Cambodian cities are far from the powerful megacities of South-east Asia which they try to emulate. Most cities in Cambodia preserve their small-town character, a provincial atmosphere inherited from the time of the colonial protectorate. Outside the well-lit major arteries, the avenues crossing the city and the docks where bars and restaurants can be found, lighting...
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