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Cambodia Post Office, Phnom Penh
(3.3/5 based on 100 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Many buildings have been demolished for often Chinese build shopping centres etc. This is a nice building and part of the history of Cambodia. I hope it says 
  • The post office and the place in front of it is the largest colonial group of buildings in Phnom Penh. Many films have been shot there including City of Ghosts (Matt Dillon), Two Brothers (JJ Annaud)....  more »
  • A beautiful building which demonstrates th ebeauty fo th eold French colonial architecture, great photos possible across the very wide square. But the street front has been vandalized by the placement...  more »
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  • These people are RACIST, LYING THIEVES. I was picking up a package mailed from the US (all postage paid already) and they made me sign for the package and sign a bunch of paperwork saying that I'd received it before telling me that I had to pay $4.00 to get my box from them and that this was "standard" even though I had been in line and watched a half dozen other people picking up packages from abroad and nobody was charged a dime but me. Needless to say, the people who DIDN'T get charged (everyone else) were all Khmer. They also made a guy I work with pay three dollars to pick up a letter. A LETTER! (He's white too in case you didn't put that together) I tried explaining to her how unethical it was and how I'd watched nobody else pay but she just shook her head and said "you pay me!" in her shitty broken English. Eventually I was forced to give in a pay since I had "signed" for it already so they could legally just keep it anyways. When I asked for a receipt for the box, she refused to give me one (shocking, that would be evidence of a scam). This post office is just another filthy SE Asia scam shop. I'm biting my tounge very hard right now with the thousands of terrible things I'd love to say but my name is on this so... ha! ;) Hopefully karma will sort them out. AVOID AT ALL COST IF YOUR A FOREIGNER! AT LEAST TILL THESE PEOPLE EVOLVE!
  • Lie. Wants money. No good services. I won't use Cambodian post services.
  • They do not treat us well when go to get some service. They see only money. Not good staff.
  • nice service
  • Update change for Turk La'ak Post office. Thanks.