“Wanna Tuk Tuk”? Nearly every five seconds you can hear this from Tuk Tuk drivers who want you to use their service, when you walk along the streets of Siem Reap. In our blog we introduce those Tuk Tuk drivers, who do not bother people by calling “Wanna Tuk Tuk?” permanently.

Seam Vutha – A courageously young man

Why courageously? Well, only because of him a female dutch, who is used to come to Cambodia every year to help the locals,  is still alive. She had to go to hospital, when she was in Siem Reap last year and Vutha – this is his given name – looked after her, because she was there alone.

He noticed that something went wrong in this hospital and brought her out of Cambodia to Bangkok where she had to stay for quite a long time. Meanhwile she is back home, luckily almost healthy and planning her next trip to Cambodia :-)

If you want to book Vutha, – for Angkor Wat for example – just call him at +855 17 761 310.

[update July 30.2017] Vutha has an own website now. Find out more about at Cambodia Golden Tours. :-)

Who is your favourite Tuk Tuk driver?

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