It was my first trip to Cambodia, as mentioned before. Here are some more photos, some fun facts and a little trivia.
|This is where I had the best char koay teow in a long time. D'Nyonya is a halal restaurant in Phnom Penh owned by a Malaysian.|
|Another impressive halal restaurant in Phnom Penh. I especially love the beef murtabak which is a little different than those in Malaysia and Singapore but tasted superb to me.|
|Dinner by the Mekong riverside at "Titanic" which serves par excellent halal western food. This place simply stole my heart.|
|"Remembering Cambodia" |
On a serious note, one personal lesson I learned during the trip:
You must make the best out of any situations
and try to see the good in any circumstances.