The Buddhist Temple Wat Phnom is situated about three kilometers from
the Royal Palace. Wat Phnom is a heavily forested circular shaped park
in the middle of stereotypical 3rd World urban blight. It’s a
spiritual refuge for the city dwellers during the day.
Once the sunsets, Wat Phnom switches gears: it changes from a
meditative place for worship to a cursing spot for impoverished
working girls just off the farm and a gaggle of glittery Lady-boys
looking for transient trysts and some thank-you dollars.
Wat Phnom metamorphosis from the spiritual to the carnal; from the pious to the prurient is daily or nightly depending how you look at it.
Caution: be aware that when night falls all kinds of lowlife hang-out
in the Wat Phnom environs. Stroll at your own risk.
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