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  1. #1101
    Quote Originally Posted by Nyezhov  [View Original Post]
    I use Tuk Tuks almost exclsuively. I'm too old and value my life. Plus I got a few guys I can rely on.
    Fair point! The driving is bad.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nyezhov  [View Original Post]
    I have not been to the Temples yet. I may go out this week to get a yearly pass, hopefully for free. I was there during the Covid lockdown, the whole park was mine. Based on my prior visas I should be able to get the free one.
    Magical place. I avoided Angkor Wat for years because of the crowds. It would have been a shame never to see this place.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nyezhov  [View Original Post]
    I did the "massage" tour aka the Chicken Shacks. Quoted $50, they don't "yam yam". No yam yam? Well no Boom Boom. That is a major problem here for us oldies, got to gobble the lobster so it wakes up.
    Very unsexy behavior, for sure. My trick for this is to be bring a vibrator. The women usually act dreadfully shy about it at first but then quickly get turned on which turns me on. Once they are turned on, there is good sex to be had. These little Khmer women have some accommodating pussies. The one I have in my mind took me all the way to the base. Most women in America can't do that. LOL.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nyezhov  [View Original Post]
    A chicken shack tour should run about $12 depending on the ones you go to. The nicer ones are up at Khmer Pub Street.
    The loop road, street 30.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nyezhov  [View Original Post]
    I haven't hit the KTVs yet.
    What is the deal with Khmer Pub Street and the KTVs? The women look sexy but not sexual, if you know what I mean. Aren't they just drink girls? Or do they have sex? If so, where?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nyezhov  [View Original Post]
    Attn Dabbers: There is some good dabs here. Far better than Thailand.
    What is a dabber?

  2. #1100
    Quote Originally Posted by AmPervert  [View Original Post]
    Are the parks still deserted? Is the entry fee still discounted?

    I was there in 2023 and 2022. Both times were deserted especially 2022. You could even be in the main temple and still have long periods of solitude. I collided accidentally with a Khmer holiday and then it was packed but other than that, empty.

    Transpo:

    I used to rent a good mountain bike. $3-4 a day. Last time I rented a scooter. Nothing special but totally worked at $9 a day. If you have a big head, bring your own helmet. I couldn't even buy a helmet in Siem Reap that fit my head.
    I use Tuk Tuks almost exclsuively. I'm too old and value my life. Plus I got a few guys I can rely on.

    I have not been to the Temples yet. I may go out this week to get a yearly pass, hopefully for free. I was there during the Covid lockdown, the whole park was mine. Based on my prior visas I should be able to get the free one.

    I did the "massage" tour aka the Chicken Shacks. Quoted $50, they don't "yam yam". No yam yam? Well no Boom Boom. That is a major problem here for us oldies, got to gobble the lobster so it wakes up. Don't forget the Tuktuk guys get a commission so be firm with your desires. A chicken shack tour should run about $12 depending on the ones you go to. The nicer ones are up at Khmer Pub Street. I haven't hit the KTVs yet.

    Nothing worth a hoot on Sok San. There are some on Pub Street late.

    I will be here virtually full time starting January.

    Attn Dabbers: There is some good dabs here. Far better than Thailand.

    Still nothing worth a poop.

  3. #1099
    Quote Originally Posted by Nyezhov  [View Original Post]
    I've been back here a few days now....
    Are the parks still deserted? Is the entry fee still discounted?

    I was there in 2023 and 2022. Both times were deserted especially 2022. You could even be in the main temple and still have long periods of solitude. I collided accidentally with a Khmer holiday and then it was packed but other than that, empty.

    Transpo:

    I used to rent a good mountain bike. $3-4 a day. Last time I rented a scooter. Nothing special but totally worked at $9 a day. If you have a big head, bring your own helmet. I couldn't even buy a helmet in Siem Reap that fit my head.

  4. #1098
    I've been back here a few days now.

    Mongering is limited although there is plenty of slappers in the foreigner bars on Sok San. By skeeze I mean old ratty faded etc. You may find a gem. Rates I hear are $50, negotiate, it's a buyers market unless you are a sex addict.

    Pub Street has walkers.

    Meh.

    Beware Ladyboys.

    Temple Bar was dead the night I was there.

    Khmer pub Street has hottie.

    The tuk-tuk guys are relentless and desperate for custom. As soon as I hear "Hello Papa" I smile, look them in the eye and say "no weed no ketamine no ladyboy no lady boom boom, no massage".

    My rule of thumb is $1 short ride, $2 long ride. It's a judgement call, foll your map, download Grab or another transport app.

    DO NOT buy weed from tuk-tuk guys or in any of the bars around SokSan road and Funky Lane. Do not smoke weed around Pub Street.

    Best weed in town is at Lunar Park Bar off Concrete Drain Road.

    As has been said before Siem is not a mongering destination but there is stuff there. I try to concentrate on backpacking Euro girls. Myself.

  5. #1097
    Anyone know of any pregnant or lactating providers in Siem Reap? Bucket list thing. I will be there in two weeks.

    I am a respectful guy and always nice to my providers. I will meet you at a bar if you want to make sure you can recommend me.

  6. #1096
    Quote Originally Posted by Nyezhov  [View Original Post]
    Did you get a chance to check out X bar?
    Yes but it was pretty dead while I was there I didn't see many girls. It was earlier in the night though, around 9/10 pm, so maybe that's why.

  7. #1095
    Quote Originally Posted by Fenyx  [View Original Post]
    Spent three nights in Siem Reap over the weekend. It's true as other have said it not really a mongering destination, but there is still fun to be found and had. I was able to get a date with a 21-year old hotel receptionist off Tinder. She had the weekend off so I took her out all three nights and then back to hotel for some fun and the only damage was food and drinks, maybe $50 per night. I don't know if I got lucky or what but I seemingly got more matches and and girls willing to meet off Tinder in Siem Reap than I do in Phnom Penh.

    Another highlight was Temple Sky Lounge. It's on Pub Street, on the rooftop of the big Temple club. Many obvious pro-girls there, some ladyboys, and many more just normal girls there to have fun and maybe find a new foreign boyfriend. Definitely a place worth stopping by if you're looking for action. It's no Pontoon in Phnom Penh but was the best freelancer spot I've been to so far in Siem Reap.
    Did you get a chance to check out X bar?

  8. #1094

    Weekend in Siem Reap - 30/09 to 02/10

    Spent three nights in Siem Reap over the weekend. It's true as other have said it not really a mongering destination, but there is still fun to be found and had. I was able to get a date with a 21-year old hotel receptionist off Tinder. She had the weekend off so I took her out all three nights and then back to hotel for some fun and the only damage was food and drinks, maybe $50 per night. I don't know if I got lucky or what but I seemingly got more matches and and girls willing to meet off Tinder in Siem Reap than I do in Phnom Penh.

    Another highlight was Temple Sky Lounge. It's on Pub Street, on the rooftop of the big Temple club. Many obvious pro-girls there, some ladyboys, and many more just normal girls there to have fun and maybe find a new foreign boyfriend. Definitely a place worth stopping by if you're looking for action. It's no Pontoon in Phnom Penh but was the best freelancer spot I've been to so far in Siem Reap.

  9. #1093
    Quote Originally Posted by NuttinSerious  [View Original Post]
    Good to know. On that trip I smelt weed more than once. It was more the cocaine that sounded like a trap to me.
    If you are a westerner, go to the lunar Park and you won't get ripped off on weed.

  10. #1092
    Here's your trip report update for the first part of August. Yuck. The beauty of living here is that your 50 bucks away from Thailand.

  11. #1091
    Quote Originally Posted by Etaoin2003  [View Original Post]
    Visited SR after several years. It's still not a mongering destination, but still a place where you can get laid easily enough with a bit of negotiation. The bars along Sok San Road seem to be good for finding companionship. There is an air of desperation right now. I was repeatedly approached by women begging for my company, saying they had not had a customer all week. I stopped in a couple of massage shops for a simple massage and quickly found myself covered in titties -- not just two, but four or six. The chinese tourism traffic is entirely gone.
    Thanks for the report. Hope you enjoyed all the new paved roads.

    Ill be over to Siem in August and in all probablity setting up my residence there. I was there all through Covid and its a great place, albiet a bit lacking for mongers. But, with tourists still gone, now is my chance to grab a fab deal on a villa.

    I found that the least attractive women were on Sok San. They are better looking in the Clubs and KTVs.

  12. #1090

    Siem Reap

    Visited SR after several years. It's still not a mongering destination, but still a place where you can get laid easily enough with a bit of negotiation. The bars along Sok San Road seem to be good for finding companionship. There is an air of desperation right now. I was repeatedly approached by women begging for my company, saying they had not had a customer all week. I stopped in a couple of massage shops for a simple massage and quickly found myself covered in titties -- not just two, but four or six. The chinese tourism traffic is entirely gone.

  13. #1089
    Quote Originally Posted by HamAndCheese  [View Original Post]
    I spent a month in SR last year and am currently in SR again for a bit.

    From conversations with a Khmer bar owner / acquaintance of mine I found out that for breaking minor laws around weed, barang are pretty much not to be hassled by the police unless you are blatantly disrespectful like smoking it in public and being a nuisance. So if the tuk-tuk offers you weed, it's legit but it's probably Cambodian outdoor weed. Just press him a little further and you can find the place (s) where they sell better stuff.
    Good to know. On that trip I smelt weed more than once. It was more the cocaine that sounded like a trap to me.

  14. #1088
    Quote Originally Posted by NuttinSerious  [View Original Post]
    Good move. Its 10 years since I was in Siem Reap, and I recall the street busy with scams. Young women carrying a baby and pestering for baby formula (they get you to buy a tin of babyfood, act grateful, then return it to the shop later and split the money with the shop owner) and dodgy tuktuk drivers whispering "weed sir? Cocaine sir?" In your ear. Was advised to avoid any and all such offers. If you buy drugs the police are likely in on it and waiting nearby to scoop you up and extract a hefty bribe.
    I spent a month in SR last year and am currently in SR again for a bit.

    From conversations with a Khmer bar owner / acquaintance of mine I found out that for breaking minor laws around weed, barang are pretty much not to be hassled by the police unless you are blatantly disrespectful like smoking it in public and being a nuisance. So if the tuk-tuk offers you weed, it's legit but it's probably Cambodian outdoor weed. Just press him a little further and you can find the place (s) where they sell better stuff.

  15. #1087
    Quote Originally Posted by BigHat849  [View Original Post]
    Another day I was offered "weed and young girls" by an older Indian looking man on pub street, I kept walking as I had no idea what he was actually offering and didn't feel like experiencing cambodian jail.
    Good move. Its 10 years since I was in Siem Reap, and I recall the street busy with scams. Young women carrying a baby and pestering for baby formula (they get you to buy a tin of babyfood, act grateful, then return it to the shop later and split the money with the shop owner) and dodgy tuktuk drivers whispering "weed sir? Cocaine sir?" In your ear. Was advised to avoid any and all such offers. If you buy drugs the police are likely in on it and waiting nearby to scoop you up and extract a hefty bribe.

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