This post is part of my “Surviving Scambodia” series, to help you get through Cambodia a little easier than I did. Other posts are to do with not handing your passport to strange people at a fake border and outsmarting the smartie-pants scammers you will run into.
In Cambodia, there are a few good ways to get around. If you’re really into health, and exercise and all those other things I can never be interested in for more than five minutes, there’s bike rentals everywhere. And this post is probably not for you.
BUT if you’re like my family and I, and you enjoy being moved by something other than the power of the pedal, there are tuk tuks and buses. And of course, the people who drive them, who would love to get a lot more money out of you than they should.