Street 140 --- the building (beige colour) is a little hidden. But look for a banner "Feel Good".
The lovely Kerry from Melbourne started all of this; and is now a spa (massage, pampering etc) and a cafe in one building. Two different sets of expat owners with the same goal --- that is to teach, train, empower and give employment with the right working conditions to the locals. I have been working in SE Asia for just a year, and it has taken me to Phnom Pehn to finally have a decent cup of coffee with real baristas and have a proper massage.
Massage/Spa (upstairs) --- for those who are familiar with Asia, there are pockets of countries where gender mixing is not tolerated. However, in this case here. A 90 minute thai massage (with oil -- because most places will give you prices based on with oil or no) was for $18USD. This is an amazingly great price, there are a lot of other spa places on the city centre strip but by far with this is the best one. It is clean, well presented and doesn't have that look where lots of girls hang out by the door.
Cafe -- having been deprived of an excellent cup of coffee since leaving Sydney; this place is heaven for those who enjoy and invest their dollars, time and social life that revolves around coffee. Didn't try the food as I was only there for a massage, but looking around the place; this cafe style eatery is obviously doing the right thing. Soy latte cost $3USD.
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