French-Era Train Repair Sheds
Here the time is always 8.02. Just along the tracks to the south, you can explore a treasure trove of derelict French-era repair sheds ,...
Australian Centres for Development
Offers well-regarded Khmer language classes.
Seeing Hands Massage
Trained blind masseurs and masseuses offer soothing work-overs.
A popular drinking hole for expats, this place has a pool table and welcoming vibe. The menu includes a host of DIY (design it yourself)...
Lonely Tree Cafe
Upstairs from the shop of the same name, this über-cosy cafe has a soaring bamboo-inlaid ceiling, brick walls and white tablecloths. It...
French-Era Train Repair Sheds information
In the area around the old train station - where the time is always 8.02, according to the clock - and along the tracks just south of there, you can explore a treasure trove of crumbling, French-era repair sheds, warehouses and rolling stock, evocative of times long gone. Check out the wagons' constructor's plates: some read '1930 Köln' (Cologne, Germany).
German reparations from WWI, perhaps? Or maybe the wagons were confiscated after WWII and shipped out here in the last days of French Indochina?