Cambodia was the 12th Asian country I visited in a year and a half, so I had already become used to seeing funny English signs/posters.

However, on my way from the Siem Reap airport to the hotel I passed by a sign that seemed so hilarious, I couldn’t stop myself from laughing. It was a sign on a barber shop that said: “Asian Hair Cut” and had a picture of a white military American guy in his 30s (you can see the picture below).

From then on I decided to take pictures of all the funny signs I would encounter and write an article about it. After 2 weeks in Cambodia and 2 weeks in Thailand, I compiled the 12 funniest ones.

P.S. On one occasion I saw a truck that had “My heart will go on” printed on its front window. It looked absolutely epic and it’s such a shame I could not take a picture of it, since it drove the opposite direction.

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Even If They Are 99% Sure They Do Not Have Pee On Them – Kampot, Cambodia

Skip this if you are 99.1% sure.

Please Feed Our Hungry Fish Your Dead Skin – Siem Reap, Cambodia

Asian Hair Cut – Siem Reap, Cambodia

If you ever wanted a really authentic Asian hair cut – that’s the place for you!

You Life Will You Good Luck – Koh Samui, Thailand

Pay some money, get holy water sprinkled on you “with monk” and you life will you good luck!

Please Do Not Have Meal & Drink On The Stone – Elephant Mountain, Cambodia

I couldn’t figure out which of the 100s stones is ‘the’ stone? What’s more, what if I wanted to have meal or drink? Would it work then?

Fish Can Do Massage – Siem Reap, Cambodia

Turns out Cambodian fish can do massage! I’d like full body massage with coconut oil, ma’am.

To Lest – Surat Thani, Thailand

I had to Google the definition of this word and still couldn’t understand what it meant. Apparently Thai people know some high-end English!

Do Not Throw Coins At Buddha – Koh Samui, Thailand

In case you ever wanted to throw coins at Buddha… don’t!

Wooden Pizza – Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Phnom Penh could become the first city famous for selling wooden pizzas to people (or for naming restaurants “Laughing Fatman”).

For Lady & Lady Boy – Koh Samui, Thailand

I don’t think it’d be possible to find a sign like this anywhere out of Thailand.

Do Not Threw Something In W.C. – A Gas Station Toilet, Cambodia

Do Not Sitting Arond Big Buddha – Koh Samui, Thailand