Only in Cambodia: funny pics and vids that make you fall in love with Cambodia
- December 21, 2016 at 5:53 am #656
This forum topic is dedicated to all the funny, strange and sometimes hilarious situations that all of us (locals, travelers and expats alike) experience in Cambodia. Not with the intention to criticize this great country. On the contrary, to help us remember why we all love Cambodia so much!
If you have any funny pictures or videos, please share them here! I will break the ice with some pics from my archives. Motorbikes and cars are always a great subject for hilarious moments. I’m sure they will be the main topic in this forum post! What doe you think for example about this child friendly Suzuki Step?
Or this water cooled Suzuki Revo?
And overloading a car can become a real form of art in Cambodia, as proven by the following pics:
This last picture is courtesy of Triple A Adventures, the best adventure tour company in Siem Reap! Read more about them on their Facebook page.December 21, 2016 at 6:00 am #658
During the summer months, from November till March, there’s almost no water in the Siem Reap river. This gives many curious children the opportunity to explore the dry riverbed. A perfect time for some nice photographs!
What do you think about this Cambodian version of the water pedalo?December 21, 2016 at 6:02 am #660
Finally Rambo 5 has been filmed in Phnom Penh, it’s the story of a restaurant…December 21, 2016 at 6:28 am #663
Kampong Thom, December 2010December 21, 2016 at 6:30 am #665
1000$ reward for a missing kitten, while the average income in Cambodia is still around 1$ a day…December 21, 2016 at 6:44 am #669
A couple of kilometer away from Pub Street, in front of my house… the lucky parking, only in Camboda !!!
A pedestrian crossing to safely cross the road, but how to cross the canal afterwards?December 21, 2016 at 6:48 am #670
Wearing a “safety helmet” at work:
When you have money to buy a Land Rover, but need to save on petrol…
French people say “To fall in apples” for “passing out”, in Cambodia, it’s rather in coconuts…
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