Once upon a time at Rusian Market

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Rusian Market was the last destinations I visited in Phnom Penh – Cambodia, before going to Ho Chi Minh City by sleeper bus, on 4th April 2014. And that roasted pork caught my eyes. I have never seen a view like this before, because in Indonesia it’s not the ordinary food.

Cambodia was a memorable place for me even though the weather was so hot. I enjoyed one day tour at Phnom Penh by tuktuk for visiting some good places, such Independent Monument, National Museum, Wat Phnom, Central Market, Royal Pallace, and Rusian Market.

Yes, I really enjoyed it because I’ve spent 3 days for crossing Kuala Lumpur, Phuket, and Bangkok, before I got Phnom Penh from Indonesia. Haha… so much time on the ways.

Rusian Market is the most popular market among the tourists or travelers. During the 1980’s it was a popular market during Rusian expats, that’s why it called Rusian Market. Located on street 155 in Tuol Tum Poung 1 Commune, Chamkar Mon District, Phnom Penh.

It sells manything like other traditional market. I bought some fruits and fell in love with the flowers. If it isn’t too far from home, I would buy it to beautify my room 🙂

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