Photos to float on the Tonle Sap

Photos to float on the Tonle Sap

ONE of the best things about Photo Phnom Penh is the chance to catch free art around town. And Sisowath Quay is the place to be every evening from now until Saturday starting daily at 6:30pm. A parade of boats with large LED screens will be floating along the Tonle Sap river.

Featuring work by both established and amateur photographers, the “image boats” bring art to the people, whether strolling along the riverside or eating dinner at a café.

Other venues around town for photos in the  festival include Orussey Market and the walls of the French embassy on Monivong Boulevard.

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