Freelancer Places in Phnom Penh 2016

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Re: Freelancer Places in Phnom Penh 2016

Postby Jamie_Lambo » Tue Jan 03, 2017 1:08 am

zmth wrote:i did not brag about anything . I stated the facts. If that 50 baht place is considered that sleazy then so is chickenfarm. I been to ktv places area in "Sihanoukville' That is bad enough. I would assume chicken farm is not any better.
at least one anyway that was 50 baht for short time in the place which I did do a couple or so times and I am as sure of that as I am alive. Just because you did not find it or nobody told you the local price does not mean it did not exist


how can you compare two places if youve never been to one of them.... you opinion is invalid,
if i told you that your 50baht mamasan baan is far sleazier than the chicken farm you would call bullshit because i was never there... same goes for your opinion
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the chicken farm can be a sketchy place, its mainly ktvs and some brothels, theres ktvs and brothels all over cambodia, its no more sleazy down there than anywhere else, maybe its just because you dont know they exist, the chicken farm may have had a reputation before, when the BIBA club was still open, but personally now, i dont see what the fuss is all about

i mean the first review i ever read about the chicken farm read...
The area is dark and dangerous. Attacks occur often. Go in groups of a least 3 people and never alone down there


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maybe if you are some clueless tourist whos jumped on the back of a moto and asked to go to the chicken farm you might be a little out your depth there, but anyone whos been in cambodia a while and not so sensitive and can speak the lingo, you got no problems, just avoid going down there too late before all the crazies come out lol ive been drinking down there in KTVs untill 11-11.30 no problems

my mate whos just moved into town from pattaya, hes heard about the chicken farm from me and his other friends, while hes not sure its his thing hes curious to check it out
hes lived in south east asia for the past 15 years and the past 4 in Pattaya, hes not new to sleaze, hes taken me to the Dark Side in Pattaya a few times lol
i will ask him to give me a review of his thoughts on the place and i will post it here

im no expert, i just enjoy/prefer going out and drinking out of the touristy zones, maybe im just a little sketchy myself and it doesnt bother me lol
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Re: Freelancer Places in Phnom Penh 2016

Postby zmth » Wed Jan 04, 2017 8:03 pm

i do look like my avatar since it's my picture but am not in shv right now but in Saigon. Will get to phnom penh jan 12 2017 then to shv couple weeks after that.
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Re: Freelancer Places in Phnom Penh 2016

Postby Username Taken » Wed Jan 04, 2017 9:12 pm

^^ Well, there have been at least a couple of posters that have spotted your twin brother in Shv already in recent weeks. :shock:
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Re: Freelancer Places in Phnom Penh 2016

Postby imagol » Wed Jan 11, 2017 1:53 pm

Do you know if flamingos hotel is still open? I booked and paid a reservation with agoda for end of Month but impossible to reach the hotel. Thank you
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Postby General Mackevili » Wed Jan 11, 2017 2:06 pm

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Re: Freelancer Places in Phnom Penh 2016

Postby imagol » Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:37 pm

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Re: Freelancer Places in Phnom Penh 2016

Postby imagol » Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:38 pm

Thank you !
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Postby General Mackevili » Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:38 pm

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Re: Freelancer Places in Phnom Penh 2016

Postby imagol » Wed Jan 18, 2017 12:41 am

General Mackevili wrote:
imagol wrote:
General Mackevili wrote:
imagol wrote:Do you know if flamingos hotel is still open? I booked and paid a reservation with agoda for end of Month but impossible to reach the hotel. Thank you
Was closed down for renovations recently, I believe. Maybe it still hasn't reopened.

Flamingos Hotel contact information:

Tel:(855) 23 221640
Fax:(855) 23986373
E-mail:[email protected]
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#30, St. 172, Sangkat Phsar thmey 3, Khan Daun Penh, 
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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Re: Freelancer Places in Phnom Penh 2016

Postby willyhilly » Sat Mar 18, 2017 6:53 pm

I remember 50 baht girls in Bangkok in the late seventies. Average price for nice bar girls was 200 baht I think and 300-500 for a Patpong dancer. The Snooky chicken farm was always a good place to go for a drink, what was that house number at the far end? Roddie lived there for a while when he was really broke.
I am amazed that it has survived the port development, the dirt road is right next to the fence isnt it?

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