Cambodian girl dating
In Western culture, dating is the first step in starting a relationship.
Many Cambodian girls are not interested in a relationship until she is married.
The Cambodia girl next to me was delightfully holding up a deep fried grasshopper which was staring at me through it’s fried eyeball held by its tail. “I have mister potato (crisps/chips in a tube similar to Pringles) and bananas” The usual conversation went on from there, she was 26 from Phnom Penh, working as a bank clerk and just had a weekend holiday in Siem Reap.
She offered a spare room at her house where she lived with her auntie, daughter and doctor for the 2 nights I was staying in Phnom Penh, I of course accepted, nothing beats a free nights accommodation – it is the ultimate in showing hospitality, but then said it wouldn’t be possible for tonight so had to get a hotel anyway.
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After a brief look around the night market (it was small) she took me on a mini tour of the city passing an impressive looking casino and having a conversation with one of her customers in a pick up truck (us both still on the moto) without looking at what was in front of her…
Eventually we went to eat, she asked if I wanted Euro food or ‘my food’.
I hopped on the back and we went down the road, I was grateful for her average low speed of 20km/h considering neither of us had helmets on and it being dark so I had no idea where we was going.
Another option that is still common is being set up by their parents.
Marriage is an economic arrangement and financial status is important when the parents select a husband for their daughter. Showing affection between a man and a woman is rare, and so is kissing and touching in public, also known as PDA (public displays of affection).
She had a conversation with a Cambodia man in their Kymer language as we arrived where she had parked her white suzuki moto.
She told me he said he was dissapointed that she returned to it with another man as he fancied her. ” I got a full unrestricted motorbike licence before leaving the UK knowing motorbikes were a primary form of transport in Asia, so of course I had to accept despite not being on one for over 4 months when I passed my test, it raining hard, on the side of the road I wasn’t used to, and borrowing someone elses bike with her on the back overlooking.