About Me

Meet your driver

Mr. Smarty

Dear all the travelers and tourist:

I will not bore you with an elongated account about my eventful life. But it is important that clients know about their service provider before deciding their hires, so I shall endeavour to share with you some of my personal and professional background that made me today. i was born in poor and a big family of 12 brithers and one youngest sister ( when she was 3 years old she falled down and her head into a stone ,made her became a crazy girl ,from that time until now she has 23 years old and she know all the things like normal people but she didn’t go to school), and with my name Chamrong (my friends call me Smarty for easy reference), I lost my mother when i was 13 years old and 6 brothers during the Pol Pot Regime and commence to support myself and family with some small unpolished odd jobs. Because of my family background I was unable to attend University although I qualified for it. In return, I took up a course in Ecole Paul Dubrule School (Hospitality and Tourism School) , following which I worked in five star hotels as a waiting staff at their restaurants. I also picked up Bartending on my own and despite the immense labour and commitment I devoted to my job, I was unable to make ends meet. Therefore, I took on the challenge to earn my own keeps by acquiring a small Tuk Tuk – And Car Services which is actually a three wheeled vehicle for ferrying guests around town. I do not just want to be a driver without further intelligence, I understudied the history of the artifacts and polished up on my language, knowing that communication is the most important factor in any service industry. Because I worked with a French gentleman for 4 years, I am able to speak a bit of French as well. I may not have parental guidance during my younger days but my parents’ values reside in me – the values of integerity and honesty, commitment and in my current service-providing profession, responsibility, courtesy and commitment to things I laid as promises. I have recommendations given to me in TripAdvisor to attest my professionalism even Serving ajunior vacation . Should you be looking for someone to host you, chaffeur you in a friendly localised vehicle, do drop me a line and allow me the opportunity to provide you with a service which I uphold with pride. I can be reached via email or phone with details in my Contact .Give me some works during you visiting here is like you help my pity family too.

Thank you for taking time to know me a little better.

When visiting some of the Major temple, such as Angkor Wat and Baphoun ,Female visitor must wear clothing that covers the shoulder and knees,

Pleas note that shawls,Scarves or Pashminas are not accectable.

About Cambodia

“I loved Cambodia, it felt like something you might have seen in adventure movie. They say Cambodia is about 20 years behind Thailand so not too swamped by tourists. There is certainly plenty to see and do. I found the people easy going, friendly and relaxed. Also Cambodia as a country is stunning.

The Temples are like something out of The Jungle Book and the beaches are wonderful (even during the rainy season).”

Although Cambodia has gone through some very difficult times, the feeling is that it is on the right track and aiming to take on the tourism market from Thailand and other Asian countries. There is a lot of major construction work happening in the main cities, like new hotels and other holiday resorts. Last year there were nearly two million tourists who visited the country, with the stunning temples and beautiful beaches being among the most popular places to see. Quaint provincial capitals, such as Battambang and Kampot, are just now being discovered by travelers and all offer unique glimpses of ‘unspoiled’ Cambodia.

The Khmer people, who make up more than 95% of Cambodia’s population, are said to be some of the friendliest, happiest and most gentle people with lovely hospitality and openness. Also Cambodia is really cheap. At time of writing, a box of 200 cigarettes in a supermarket was only $3 and a meal in a good restaurant cost about $5 (a normal meal is about $2).

You should visit the incredible temple of Angkor Wat, a spectacular fusion of symbolism, symmetry and spirituality. It’s a 1,000 year old temple complex, covering dozens of square kilometers in the jungle. But just as Angkor is more than its Wat, so, too, is Cambodia more than its temples. There is so much to do and see that you should add to your itinerary:

The charismatic capital of Phnom Penh. Situated on the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers, this city of over a million people is growing every day.

The revitalised city of Siem Reap which has a gorgeous riverside location, a cultural renaissance, and a dining and drinking scene to rival the best in the region.

The relaxing seaside town of Kampot and trekking in the nearby Bokor National Park

Riding an elephant in the jungles of Mondulkiri Province

The Mekong dolphins at Kratie are a delight to see

And don’t forget the glorious beaches near Sihanoukville where our projects are based.


Currency: US Dollars and Cambodian riel (r)

  • Can of Coke – 40p (US$0.60)
  • Beer at a bar – 75p (US$1.00)
  • DVDs – £1.00 (US$1.50)
  • Pack of local cigarettes – 15p (US$0.23), with imported cigarettes at 60p (US$0.90)

Reasonably good local meal (fried noodles with beef and egg, with iced tea) – around £1.00 (US$1.50)

A meal at a tourist restaurant in Sihanoukville – £1.30 to £3.00 (US$2.00 to $4.50) (with no drinks)

Suggested pocket money: £160 per month (US$250)


Cambodia can be visited at any time of year. The ideal months are December and January, when humidity levels are relatively low and a cooling breeze whips across the land, but this is also peak season when the majority of visitors descend on the country.

From early February temperatures keep rising until April, when it can exceed 40°C. Some time in May or June, the southwestern monsoon brings rain and high humidity, which can make it difficult and sweaty for visitors. The wet season, which lasts until October, is when the rain tends to come in short, sharp downpours.

SIHANOUKVILLE is amazing! It has everything you could want as a location for your placement: Stunning beaches and a laid back town that has lots to do. It is also known as Kampong Som and is a port city in southern Cambodia on the Gulf of Thailand, 185 kilometres southwest of Phnom Penh. You can take water taxis to the nearby islands for diving, snorkeling, and game fishing. The town centre is located on a hill roughly in the centre of the peninsula.

Sihanoukville is a spread-out tourist town for both foreigners and local people from all over the country. Three sides of the town are bordered by tropical beaches and islands. Filled with empty beaches, crowded beaches, seafood, restaurants, bars, Buddhist Temples, casinos, hotels, and more beaches. At several hundred places, English is spoken; and many French speakers are here as well.

Prime time in SihanoukVille is between the beginning of November and the end of February. Cooler weather, sunny every day, and not a worry in the world. Winter in SihanoukVille is the best! Low season is between the beginning of August until the end of October. Lots of rain. March to June starts to get hotter and more humid, but not too much rain. October sees a little rain everyday, which cools things down.

Local transport consists of Motorbike taxis (motodups) – the pricing for foreigners can vary and is often confusing! As a rough guide of cost to get to any of the beaches from Downtown during the day should be around $1 for 1 person and as is the case in most countries, you should agree prices in advance. Another popular form of transport in South-East Asia is the Tuk-Tuk (cart pulled by a bicycle). Tuk-Tuk prices vary depending on destination and the number of passengers. Cars or mini-bus taxis are not widely used but can be arranged and bicycles & electric bicycles are available for daily hire.

KOH RONG SAMLOEM ISLAND lies in the Gulf of Thailand, at about 40km off the coast of Sihanoukville. It is the proverbial paradise island! The growth is lush, the sand sparkling white and the water is a tempting turquoise. The island is relatively deserted, undeveloped and untouched, but is currently being developed into Cambodia’s jewel tourist destination. A stunningly beautiful bay on the island is called Waterfall Bay and stretches for several kilometres. North West Bay is probably one of the most beautiful beaches in the whole of Cambodia. The centre of the island is a jungle with thousands of coconut palms and waterfalls.

About Siem Reap

Siem Reap is a province of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Oddar Meanchey to the north, Preah Vihear and Kampong Thom to the east, Battambang to the south, and Banteay Meanchey to the west. Its capital and largest city is Siem Reap.

Siem Reap is the 10th largest province in Cambodia. With a population of 896,309, it ranks as the 6th largest in the nation. A large portion of Siem Reap’s southern border is demarcated by the Tonle Sap and as such, it is one of the nine provinces that making up the Tonle Sap Biosphere Reserve. In modern times the province is best known as the site of Angkor and the Angkor Wat temple ruins.

Banteay Srey Temple & Sunset at Angkor