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5 Cool things with Tang Khyhay

5 Cool things with Tang Khyhay


Diamond Island
Do you need somewhere to go when you are fed up with your job or school? There are a lot of options for where you can go to relax, but Diamond Island is perhaps the most popular place for Phnom Penh’s population to unwind with friends or family. With structures that imitate ancient Greece, it is rife with potential photo opportunities as well. The fresh breeze from the river, along with the beautiful gardens will certainly help you loosen up, and there are even games and carnival rides to entertain you if relaxation is not your only desire. With so much to do, you’ll find it hard to pull yourself away at the end of the night.


Fruit juicer
The food you eat is crucial to your health, since the body needs nutrients, protein and fibre to keep ticking. If you care about your body, you probably try to eat as many fruits and vegetables as possible to get a full range of vitamins and nutrition. But don’t you get tired of eating so much? Why don’t you invest in a fruit juicer and get all the nutrients you need in a few sips of delicious juice? Mix the fruits you like in the machine and you will get everything you need in a few fast, easy steps. Toss in some milk and you will be blown away by how delicious the taste can be.


Beemp3.com
Songs can make you smile when you’re sad, relax you when you’re stressed and even lull you to sleep when you are suffering from insomnia. But unless you have spent hundreds of dollars on music, it can be hard to find the right song for your mood. But worry no longer, because with beemp3.com you can download more than 1 million songs for free. If you aren’t sure what you’re looking for, you can even listen to recommended songs in the top downloads category before you make your decision. It’s the best thing that ever happened to your music collection.


Shorts
If you are on a vacation with your friends and you want to walk on the beach, climb a mountain, ride a bicycle, or stroll into the forest, there is only one option for what to wear on your legs: shorts. Nothing makes life more comfortable and easy than shorts. You might get mistaken for a foreign tourist walking around the country wearing shorts with a T-shirt, flip-flops and a travel bag. But you will still feel cooler than anybody around you. You might be resistant to it at first, but I assure you that wearing shorts is the smartest option you can choose for kicking back, and those around you will surely follow your lead.


Karaoke
It is often recommended that when you are sad or in trouble, you should talk to someone or shout out loud in a secluded spot. These tactics might help ease the tension in your head, but in Phnom Penh it can be difficult to find people or places to make this a reality. Can you sing out your frustrations instead? There is no shortage of karaoke spots in town, so head to some place like Sovanna mall, where you can sing in a cool room, sit in comfortable seats and select from thousands of your favourite songs. It’s best if you bring along some friends so you can sing and shout together and no one else will know how terrible your singing is!

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