Monday, August 11, 2008

Food, Food and Fruit Shakes

5 June 2008 @ Siem Reap, Cambodia

Continue from The Angkor Wat...

Our tuk-tuk driver took us to the old market of Siem Reap for lunch and walkabout. This is the little restaurant we went to.


Our lunch

Cheap and fresh fruit shakes! [coconut, banana, carrot, orange, mango]

The fruit shakes cost about US$0.50 each if I'm not wrong and they taste really good and refreshing.

After lunch, we walk around the town to hunt for souvenirs and more Cambodian street food. We found these.


The look of the paos in Cambodia are more attractive with decoratives on top of them. The taste is similar to the "char siu pao" in Malaysia.

Paoz!

Then we saw many people buying from this stall that sells fried noodles. Out of curiousity with the taste, we bought one plate too.


It tasted just like the maggi goreng from any mamak shop in Malaysia. The only difference is... it's very very spicy! We finished all our water because of it.

It's chopsticks licking good!

It's getting late and we decided to have a full body Cambodian massage after walking for so many days. Cost: US$6 per person for one hour.


We went in and we have to strip naked to our undies before the ladies start molesting massaging us.


Honestly, it's more like molesting than massaging, especially with so much skin contact involved. Ah, whatever, I'm just trying to relax.

Photo with the staffs

Right after coming out of the massage parlour, we saw the beautiful sunbeam coming right through the clouds.


We went for another round of fruit shake before we go for our dinner. The shakes are simply too good to be missed. Slurrpz...

Later in the evening, without a map, we walk around looking for the Star Mart we went on the second day in Siem Reap to buy cup noodles. Once again, we spent too much on food, so cheap dinner for the night.


It was our last dinner in Siem Reap. We will be crossing the border to Bangkok, Thailand early next morning. Billy, out.

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6 comments:

SlowCatchUpKuan said...

damn i miss this place

Billy said...

[slowcatchupkuan]
yea, I'm starting to miss the place too... =\

JeromeFo令狐冲 said...

Walaueh...
Got so many nice foods.
Muz go there and dig out next time

Billy said...

[jerome]
indeed very nice food.
But you'll get tired of them if you stay long... they're all the same. LOL

cc said...

Wow, the sunbeam from the cloud is just incredible!! Great snap!

Billy said...

[cc]
All thanks to the photographer, MinBee! Hehe.. =P

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