Cambodia, India, Thailand

Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs


Fuel for Sale, Sansam Kosal, Phnom Penh

No, not a drink seller, but one of Cambodia’s many small petrol stations. While these little businesses are still seen every where in Phnom Penh numbers are dwindling as the big gas companies expand.


Hand-crafted sign on the outer wall of Wat Samsan Kosal, Phnom Phen.


This is the Thai letter ‘W’ on a the ‘Death Railway’ Kanchanaburi, Thailand. What it means on a railway I am not sure.


Street sign, Cowringhee, Kolkata, India.


King-Father Sihanouk was a hero of many Cambodians.

A truck with a sign ‘For My Hero’ passes a monument and sign commemorating the passing of King Father Sihanouk, a giant of Cambodian politics and a hero to many.


Road Sign, Phnom Penh


A sign advertising the services of one of the 1000s of dentists in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh. Seems like there is almost a dentist on every corner in some suburbs.


Road Sign in Kamphaeng Phet, Thailand.


Heading to Trang, Southern Thailand from Bangkok’s iconic Hualumphong central train station.


Roughly painted sign advertising automotive services in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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3 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs

  1. Pingback: Signs | Blogged With Words

  2. I am sure there could be an interesting challenge around cheery dentist signs around the world… Love the one you have picked out. Have seen some in different countries too that have made me smile like this.
    Great collection of signs here!

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