We really enjoyed the Phnom Penh waterfront: trying to figure out which flags represented which flags, trying to figure out how the decided which flags to include, and the general vibe. The Royal Palace and the National Museum are both right down by the waterfront, and our hotel wasn’t far away, so we spent a lot of time down there.

In the shot at the bottom, you see where the Tonle Sap River (closer to the flags) joins the Mekong (beyond the point, and at the far right). This shot, by the way, was taken from the lovely Foreign Correspondents’ Club Phnom Penh, which welcomes non-initiates of the fourth estate.

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