I like taking photos especially when my husband and I take leisurely drives around and out of the capital. When the car is moving and an interesting subject appears I get excited and start shooting. Sometimes I get the picture, sometimes I don’t.
Here’s one of the interesting sights I was able to take a photo of. It is a local, street cafe called the Led Cafe.
How cool is that?
I really like the led lights decorations. I think it’s brilliant. Pun intended, lol.
The only thing I regretted is that we could not drive back and take a picture of the facade where the main sign, LED Cafe, is.
This cafe is located along Street 163, close to the traffic lights at Street 310, in Chamkarmon district’s Olympic Quarter.
I also would like to shout out to my blog follower (I have one, thank you!), Scott. I’m very happy to hear from him and for hunting down one of the signs that I featured here, the tomato bank.
The Chuck Norris Dimsun Restaurant he mentioned here was also featured in Signs, Signs. You can find the Chuck Norris sign here.
Sadly, I haven’t had the chance yet to dine in there. Thank you for your nice message, Scott, and hopefully you can find the Led Cafe next time you visit Phnom Penh 🙂