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Re: Where to buy...

Postby krisduncs » Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:27 pm

im selling becks in a 330ml bottle in the rusty keyhole,for 1.25. av it!!
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby vendredy » Sat Feb 18, 2012 2:30 pm

where to get medium format negative developed ? :prey: anybody?!
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby digiboy » Sat Feb 18, 2012 2:42 pm

@vendry....no where in pp...

go 2 bangkok
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby spongy73 » Wed Feb 22, 2012 11:00 pm

a massage/treatment table
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby BubbaRamDas » Sun Feb 26, 2012 1:12 pm

I want to buy ultrasuede and hand power tools in PP. Where are the best places to look first?
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby Nasty Canasta » Wed Apr 25, 2012 5:11 pm

Passport Photos:

Cut and paste from the Speakeasy formum -
After putting it off till my visa has almost expired I finally got some passport photos from a shop on St 110 called Heng Heng Photo Shop. I had never been there before so I asked the girl how much for passport photos, she said 5000R. The photos were ready in 10 mins and included a small CD with the images. I thanked her for her honesty and asked her if she had a business card as I wanted to give them a free plug. Much better than the slime bag at Psar Kandal.
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Re: Where to buy...pianos!

Postby Chanthapiano » Tue Aug 21, 2012 1:19 am

I am Chantha and I work for a crazy pianists and Musicians.

They say they where tired of overpriced 2nd hand pianos in the city, so they have opened The Piano Shop Cambodia. BKK1 area, street 57, near the BKK market. New and Second hand, quality pianos for serious players only!

Thank you!
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Replacement Brush Heads for a Braun toothbrush

Postby khmer4401952 » Thu Oct 18, 2012 4:59 am

Somebody knows where I ‘am can buy Replacement Brush Heads for a Braun toothbrush. Me by hard to found in Phnom Penh. Or somebody soon come back Phnom Penh and buys it for me.
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Re: Where to buy.

Postby Brightchann » Fri Oct 19, 2012 2:04 am

Where can I find the supplier of glass bottles for spirit wine in Cambodia?
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby happy_buddha » Sun Jan 27, 2013 7:45 pm

A decent violin, or at least repair one. If one says, "Thailand", please list the nearest quality repair/sales shop.

I hear decent Chinese violins (guitars decent too) can be had for $60. True?
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby OrangeDragon » Mon Jan 28, 2013 6:00 am

Popcorn kernels, bulk: Bottom floor of Orrusey market. About to restock, when I do I'll make a note of the stall number and the specific price/kilo.

Decent smoked sausages German sausages, bacon (including back bacon), etc: Phnom Penh Sausage. http://www.yellowpages-cambodia.com/lis ... nh-sausage
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby starstrike » Mon Jan 28, 2013 9:18 am

OrangeDragon wrote:Popcorn kernels, bulk: Bottom floor of Orrusey market. About to restock, when I do I'll make a note of the stall number and the specific price/kilo.

Decent smoked sausages German sausages, bacon (including back bacon), etc: Phnom Penh Sausage. http://www.yellowpages-cambodia.com/lis ... nh-sausage


Great ive been looking for good bacon for a long time in phnom penh :)
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby pete w » Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:12 am

Tahini Paste, decent Indian spices
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby vladimir » Mon Feb 25, 2013 1:11 pm

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Re: Where to buy...

Postby mezmo » Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:35 am

Hello! Maybe the Mods can help me out. Thoughts?

I still feel like some kind of foreign person when buying my goods.

I will shove a few things on here and, if you like you can trump me with better options or simply make fun of my lack of knowledge after 4 1/2 chnams here.

I also have my second child coming, the first attempt cost me dagnabbit, oh! how he cost me.

I am only putting stuff that I can direct you to and am not looking to sell anyone anything, so reciprocal behavior would be amenable.

If we get this going, then maybe a small voting system would help us all out, so if you see a post for some wondrous deal maybe tag it :thumbsup: or dogshit :thumbsdown: . After years of"OH! for F*!*KS sake, Kynom Squal Tlay Pun Mahn" or the ubiquitously uttered, fuck off! I would like to think we can put our knowledge out there for each others benefit.

I'm in Boeung Tumpun so most of this stuff is local to me here.

My mate gets his Angkor kampongs 24 for a tenner, I can ask for address.
7 up, Pepsi, Mirinda $6 a case- can purchase 1 case at a time.
Same guy sells Zenya, Pomeg/Grape $12.50 for 24.
Getting my VInamilk 1l Plain for $1.40 @ 1+1 mart, st 271, nr PP sports club.($1.80 at Lucky)
Kellogs Cornflakes $4.30 500gm box, from above mntd. (Seen elsewhere for up to $5.80)
I've been paying $11 P/tin of France Bebe powdered milk at the Farlin shops, not bad. Any better?
I've been paying $13.50 P/64 pack of Drypers nappies approx 9-14kgs, Angkor mart, Tuol Tompoung.
Bought my hair net bike seat cover, $4, new basket for moto $5.(Just for reference)
Got a 16gb USB2.0 for $10 at Cana computer.
Good quality Levi originals at BKK market generally $5.(Unsure if you can find new ones there).

I generally eat, drink or find shit in a lot of these items so I suppose they are a little specific.
Give it a go, maybe you will jog some memories.

Ok! boomshanka for now.
Going to speak to the big cheese at Boeung Tumpun about birth certs, and registration within Sangkat, so will post the outcome.

Just thought of posting this now, so not much to tell you but hopefully we can get an info exchange going.
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