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Current Prices (August 2008)for a share taxi (7 seats) from PP to KT is $5 per seat. If you want the front seat to yourself (2 seats) you pay $10. Highly recommended.
* A number of large establishments on the road to Phnom Penh (marked by the ostentatious architecture) are frequented by upper-class Khmer but do good Khmer food.
*<eat name="Bayon" alt="" address="Por Chea Tepatey Road (on the side street down from the Arun Ras Hotel; past American Restaurant, on the corner on the right-hand side)" directions="Out of Arunras hotel, turn right and take your first right. Restaurant is located on the end of the street on the corner on the right-hand side." phone="" url="" hours="" price="2-2.50 USD (8,000-10,000 riel)" lat="" long="">Best Khmer food in town, offered at a reasonable price. The beef lok-lak and noodle soup are especially good. Also has a selection of Chinese food. Staff is very friendly and, during the day at least, usually has someone on hand who speaks excellent English. The menu also has a front-page inset with helpful Khmer phrases, including English phonetics, a history of the province and a helpful guide to Cambodian etiquette and social norms. </eat>
*<eat name="Stung Sen Bridge" alt="On Stung Sen riverbank, near Stung Sen Bridge" address="Cnr Stung Sen street and National Road 6" directions="" phone="062 210 508" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">This place serves as Tourist Information Center and Restaurant. Offer khmer and western foods such as hamburger, spaghetti, pancake, curry, fish amok, and more. With it's river view,