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The quality and customer service are excellent. The price is relative to other big brands such as Brown and Starbuck. I recommend increasing the quantity of the drink if not decrease the price. Since Tube Café builds the expectation about the affordable price as its branding slogan, it is good to have a larger cup with the current price. As a student, I can only afford it once per week.
The coffee here is a nice taste. An environment so refreshing when you have met with teamwork or friend.
Phnom Penh’s only formal night market, Psar Reatrey overlooks the riverside from the central reservation that separates downtown and northern Phnom Penh — it’s easiest to enter by the gate at the north end of riverside to avoid scrambling between lines of parked scooters. As with Orussey, the Night Market is chiefly oriented towards the local market, but is definitely worth a dip to pick up some very reasonably priced clothes — there’s not a huge lot else really aside from some tacky and generic souvenirs.
Central Market is located in the heart of the Phnom Penh. The Khmer name of the market is Phsar Thmei which translates to “new market”.
The Central Market was built in 1937 during the French colonial period, in Art Deco style, and is painted bright ochre. It consists of four wings dominated by a central dome, the design allows maximum ventilation. It is probably the cleanest and most airy market in Phnom Penh. The Market was recently renovated to restore its old glory. The renovation was financed by the French government and finished in March of 2011.
COFFEE & BRUNCH
We really love coffee and brunch. We couldn’t find a place that had excellent coffee, food, service and space, so we decided to make it happen ourselves.
There’s no question that Siem Reap is something of a spiritual hub. Stretching across 400 square kilometres, Angkor Archaeological Park is home to hundreds of temples, including the popular Angkor Wat, Bayon and Ta Prohm. In addition to this must-see trio, a smattering of lesser-known but just as beautiful temples take travellers off the beaten track – and away from the hordes of tourists. Here are seven of the best.
Angkor Wat (ប្រាសាទអង្គវត្ត)
Sitting at the heart of Angkor Archaeological Park is the glorious Angkor Wat. Undoubtedly one of the most spectacular temples in Cambodia, and the country’s most popular draw, Angkor Wat is among the world’s largest religious monuments and is a popular spot to see the sun rise. Spanning 162.2 hectares, it was built in the 12th century as a Hindu temple, but later transformed into a place of worship for Buddhists. However, if you think you’re going to get the intricate bas-relief carvings to yourself, think again, because tourists flood the complex at all times of the day. It’s worth battling the crowds, though, especially for the spectacular views when you climb to the top of the central towers.
Located in the touristic epicenter of city, the riverside, our lounge offers a 270 degree view of the 2 rivers (Mekong & Tonle Sap) plus a good chunk of the city. Our team of bartenders can make any generic and international cocktail, moreover, they have created a series of original cocktails that can only be ordered here.
The river and the wide open space before our building allows constant flow of fresh air, swiping the terrace, so it is never too hot !