I found the journey from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh extremely comfortable. The bus itself is quite new and there's an in-drive hostess who serves you the drinks and snacks and act as a tourist guide as well. He will explain to you some of the attractions along the way, with some history thrown in, in both Khmer and English. Impressive huh? We didn't even do that in KL!!! I mean yup, maybe most of the local Cambodian know about the history of the places but they still do that. Amazing, the way they go beyond what is expected from them. Really have to learn if Malaysia want to gain more income from tourism.
Sparkling nescafe for a change? I prefer the old plain nescafe instead.
US Embassy, taken from the room in Sunway Hotel.
Wat Phnom from afar. Not really an attraction for those who had seen better in Angkor Wat.