One Single Thing

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One Single Thing

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What one single change/improvement to Cambo/Phnom Penh would improve the quality of your existence no end?
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Phnom Penh=traffic. It's the one thing which I'm afraid might eventually drive me away (no pun intended Vlad...).
Sadly, it's obviously impossible to reduce the number of vehicles and nouveau riche who feel the need for both colossal and extravagant on the road. I'd need a time machine I guess.
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Sports Club would be nice.
With tennis leagues or ladder, squash and badminton. Five a side footy pitch. Club house etc.
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vlad as PM.
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Hmmmm.m.......

Malaysian or Indonesian street food everywhere!
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A barang girly bar.

Traffic,trees,hospital i cant pick which one.
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Taco Bell
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General Mackevili wrote:Hmmmm.m.......

Malaysian or Indonesian street food everywhere!
This.
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OrangeDragon wrote:Taco Bell
plus a IHOP and in&out burgers :thumb:
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Re: One Single Thing

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1-A big park.
2-Car parks so that the streets would be cleared of parked vehicles allowing space for traffic and walking.
3-Bollards to keep the pavements clear of vehicles.
4- Bus Rapid Transit.
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