Welcome to your cashless lifestyle with Pi Pay!

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Welcome to your cashless lifestyle with Pi Pay!


A snapshot of how we are enjoying the convenience of PiPay, Cambodia’s leading cashless payment system

We love our food!

We spend more on food & drinks than fashion, movies, health & beauty combined!

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We love our burgers!

When it comes to our favourite fast food, burgers are king and are ordered twice as often as pizzas, with chicken as our third choice!

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We love our coffee at lunchtime!

Across the globe, coffee lovers drink most of their coffee in the morning - between 7am and 9am. We prefer our caffeine boost at around 1pm.

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We love to accessorize!

We buy more accessories than clothes.

SHOES, BAGS & BELTS: 45%
WOMENSWEAR: 34%
SPORTSWEAR: 9%
WATCHES: 7%

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