The expat community here in the Penh is comparatively small, with estimations varying between six and eight thousand. It is also fairly fluid, with lots of people coming and going.
It is not always easy to establish a social context or to make the contacts. In fact, finding out what is going on and who is doing what here can be a nightmare.
Penh Pal is hoping to address this deficiency by inviting anyone living or working here in the Penh to send us their profile so we can post it on the site. Free!
If your running an NGO and want people to know what you’re doing, or feel that your skill set or small business is not getting the recognition it deserves, please let us know.
Let’s get connected!
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