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Kampot is a small seaside city on the southern coast of Cambodia. With a population that numbers only in the tens of thousands and no local airport or major attractions the city is not well known outside of the country. Foreigners may be among the least likely to take note of the local sex industry since it is mainly aimed at locals. There are no hostess bars in Kampot. The nightlife aimed at foreigners is mainly limited to a handful of inexpensive bars that usually have no Khmer women in sight.
Bars like Couch Potatoes will occasionally draw a single Khmer woman or two. There are only a few bars in Kampot. And most of the bars are oriented around cheap beer and hard liquor. Local ladies can occasionally be found in some of the watering holes. But is is a rarity. The exception was a single hostess bar called Sweet Pallet. The bar made a lot of local noise when it opened. KTVs or karaoke centers are the foundation of the local naughty nightlife.
There are also others in the immediate vicinity including Happy Kep Club which is fittingly located on the road to the town of Kep. Liquor and mixers are also available and there are always packages and promotions aimed at getting customers to spend more and stay around longer. Each KTV has several Khmer women on staff. They are usually presented to customers when they select a room.
Customers are expected to compensate any women who accompany them in a room for their time. A typical tip for a single woman can range between 5 and 20 dollars. The women who work the KTVs in Kampot are usually in their twenties and relatively attractive. Few can speak English. Some have dark skin but others can be as light as women from the north of China. There is a real diversity of looks in Cambodia.
Each KTV room has a large television or screen and a music player. They often have a woman to run the player for the customers. Customers select songs from large catalogs that sometimes include English and Chinese songs.