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The bathrooms were the best we’ve had so far in Cambodia, were always very clean and I didn’t find myself looking around for bugs like I usually do!
The pool is amazing, the bungalows are really spacious, and the service is always with a smile. Location is just 5 minutes cycling from the old town center, Phka offers free bicycles. The lovely family who own the hotel went out of their way to do everything and more that we asked of them.Using the app, she’s made some friends, both male and female, had a few flings and even met someone with who she’s now been dating for a few months.“I’ve seen a few Khmer people on there, but none of my Khmer friends know about it,” the university student said, between forkfuls of hollandaise covered egg at a Phnom Penh cafe this week. They just don’t really get the concept [of hooking up online].A satellite TV and an attached bathroom are included. Massage services and transport rentals are provided.Local dishes are served at Phka Villa Hotel's restaurant, which opens for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests can also make use of laundry or dry cleaning services.But how much will cultural differences determine how it’s used?
Sophea* – a sassy 19-year-old who dresses and talks like a New York law student – is one of the few Cambodians who have taken to using Tinder, the infamous smartphone app which, according to a recent article in the US magazine Vanity Fair, has caused a “dating apocalypse” in the West.
The staff were friendly and helpful when we arrive, and we're generous in giving us a pack lunch when we checked out and we're riding bikes for the day.
We also enjoyed the pool and the location was easy walking distance from parts of town but wasn't too close.
“It’s the same pattern manifested in porn use,” he said.
“The appetite has always been there, but it had restricted availability; with new technologies, the restrictions are being stripped away and we see people sort of going crazy with it. You could call it a kind of psychosexual obesity.” While Tinder might not yet have started a fire among Cambodians, a localised version of the app, Matchstix, which has a Khmer interface instead of English, seems to be creating some sparks, though it’s early days yet.
I have to mention first, how incredible the staff were!