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Re: Where to buy...

Postby torange » Tue Sep 03, 2013 12:57 am

karenjoy wrote:Where can I find/buy nutritious nuts, seeds and superfood (e.g. chia seeds, quinoa) in Cambodia? Are there any shops which are selling them?


I know Artillery (health restaurant) sometimes carries them, why don't you give them a call.
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby pete w » Sun Aug 03, 2014 1:54 pm

Anyone know where I could pick up an adaptor for using Cambodian plugs in Australia? It's easy the other way round, but I haven't seen any that will adapt to Australian power points....
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby pete w » Sun Aug 03, 2014 3:23 pm

BirdBrain wrote:
pete w wrote:Anyone know where I could pick up an adaptor for using Cambodian plugs in Australia? It's easy the other way round, but I haven't seen any that will adapt to Australian power points....

Jaycar and Dick Smiths sell quality adapters for $10.


Thanks mate. I was hoping to pick one up in Phnom Penh before I went back, but that's handy to know if I can't find one here. Cheers
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby YaTingPom » Thu Sep 18, 2014 3:38 am

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Re: Where to buy...

Postby chkwoot » Thu Sep 18, 2014 8:23 am

pete w wrote:Anyone know where I could pick up an adaptor for using Cambodian plugs in Australia? It's easy the other way round, but I haven't seen any that will adapt to Australian power points....

Try Phnom Penh General Electric. On the east side of Monivong, just north of st. 214. Lot's of different adapters near the cash registers, and also scattered haphazardly throughout the store.
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby vladimir » Mon Sep 22, 2014 5:59 am

chkwoot wrote:Lot's of different adapters near the cash registers, and also scattered haphazardly throughout the store.


You couldn't have been in a Cambodian shop, they are always so orderly.
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby YaTingPom » Sat Oct 04, 2014 11:51 pm

Chupa Chup lollies.

Seriously. I have had an addiction to these for about 10 years.
I don't know what I will do when the supply I bring over runs out and I can't find a supllier. :-D

Help.
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby Lucky Lucan » Sun Oct 05, 2014 1:16 am

spencerboy wrote:Chupa Chup lollies.

Seriously. I have had an addiction to these for about 10 years.
I don't know what I will do when the supply I bring over runs out and I can't find a supllier. :-D

Help.


Seriously? They sell them in pretty much every mom & pop store, supermarket, convenience store etc.
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby Joon » Sun Oct 05, 2014 6:43 am

At Lucky market, right at the cashiers with the Indonesia-imported Kinder Surprise eggs and packs of cigs. Sneaky bastards.
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby YaTingPom » Sun Oct 05, 2014 9:34 pm

Lucky Lucan wrote:
spencerboy wrote:Chupa Chup lollies.

Seriously. I have had an addiction to these for about 10 years.
I don't know what I will do when the supply I bring over runs out and I can't find a supllier. :-D

Help.


Seriously? They sell them in pretty much every mom & pop store, supermarket, convenience store etc.

Thank god for that. :bravo:
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby katykat96 » Mon Aug 10, 2015 3:37 pm

My husband was here in April and saw a Pet Supply Store (with kennels, toys, dog food, etc...) but cannot for the life of him remember which street it was on. I've tried Googling it but no luck. Would anybody happen to know where a good pet supply store is in PP to buy the things we need for our dog? Much thanks for any info!!
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby katykat96 » Mon Aug 10, 2015 4:15 pm

katykat96 wrote:My husband was here in April and saw a Pet Supply Store (with kennels, toys, dog food, etc...) but cannot for the life of him remember which street it was on. I've tried Googling it but no luck. Would anybody happen to know where a good pet supply store is in PP to buy the things we need for our dog? Much thanks for any info!!


He said it's somewhere near Central Market.....????
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby Joon » Mon Aug 10, 2015 4:26 pm

Hi Katy, I don't know what pet store your husband saw in Phnom Penh, but I've seen two medium-sized veterinary clinics-cum-pet supplies store:
- One is Navetco, which is in the Olympic district area: http://tmvetpetshop.com/
- And the other one was spotted (not visited) on Street 47 (Rue de France) near Wat Phnom: http://yp.com.kh/listings/kh63223-vemedim-animal-clinic
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby rebo » Mon Aug 10, 2015 5:47 pm

Joon wrote:Hi Katy, I don't know what pet store your husband saw in Phnom Penh, but I've seen two medium-sized veterinary clinics-cum-pet supplies store:
- One is Navetco, which is in the Olympic district area: http://time.com/3989812/vermont-mom-kil ... r-custody/
- And the other one was spotted (not visited) on Street 47 (Rue de France) near Wat Phnom: http://yp.com.kh/listings/kh63223-vemedim-animal-clinic



Mom kills social worker? That is one tough pet store.

The one on Rue De France is good - bought plenty of goodies for the cat there.
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Re: Where to buy...

Postby Joon » Mon Aug 10, 2015 5:48 pm

rebo wrote:
Joon wrote:Hi Katy, I don't know what pet store your husband saw in Phnom Penh, but I've seen two medium-sized veterinary clinics-cum-pet supplies store:
- One is Navetco, which is in the Olympic district area: http://time.com/3989812/vermont-mom-kil ... r-custody/
- And the other one was spotted (not visited) on Street 47 (Rue de France) near Wat Phnom: http://yp.com.kh/listings/kh63223-vemedim-animal-clinic



Mom kills social worker? That is one tough pet store.

The one on Rue De France is good - bought plenty of goodies for the cat there.

Whoopsie got my copy-pasta mixed up!
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