Arriving to Cambodian capital Phnom Penh can be an experience itself. Streets are busy but luckily the people are laid back


There are temples everywhere, almost in every corner. People send needful things to their dead relatives by buying "lookalike" papery things and burning them


Mopeds, tuktuks, bicycles and cars. Throw in a few pedestrians and you got yourself a nice, smooth, all-asian traffic jam


The near history of Cambodia is full of killing. Killing Fields a.k.a. Choeung Ek and Tuol Sleng prison


The markets are on. 24/7. Different food stalls side-by-side offer something to eat and people wander around. Almost everything happens on the street. At the shopping mall grenades and cameras are equally prohibited


Late at night at the streets of Phnom Penh, this about 12years old boy was collecting bottles