USD15 for full day Tuk Tuk rental.
USD3-4 for Amok Fish in road side cafe (not local stall - tastes decent)
USD9 for Amok Fish in the Foreign Correspondents Club (tastes like stewed newspaper)
USD12 for ticket to the Angkor Museum. Keep in mind some guide books say its free.
USD20 one day pass to Angkor Archaeological Park
USD40 for 2-3 day pass to Angkor Archaeological Park
USD60 for one week pass to Angkor Archaeological Park
USD 12 - USD200 for hotel rooms in Seam Reap
USD1.50 for fried rice in coffee shops in Old Market
2,ooo Real (about USD0.50 cents for 'numpang' local baguette with char siew)
USD 0.75 cents for local stall breakfast (actually its just chicken porridge)
USD7 for breakfast buffet in hotel
USD6 for all you can eat BBQ buffet in The Villa Hotel (Every Tuesday and Friday only)
USD0.80 or about 3,000 Cambodian Riel for a local noodles.
USD2.50 for 6 pack 1500ml mineral water in Lucky Mall super market (cheapest in town so far)
USD1 for ONE 1500ml mineral water bottle in road side stall.
USD1.50 for a jug of Angkor beer at Jasmine's
USD4 for a Angkor beer tower at jasmines
USD0.50 - USD o.75 for a beer at Pub Street
USD2-3 for a pirated copy of Lonely Planet
USD5 for really good quality high res picture guide books on Angkor/ its history etc (prices start from USD11. These books are pirated books by international authors. Most of you reading this are Malaysian so do us proud and bloody bargain the ass off the little runts peddling the stuff) You can get best prices from the street kids at the temples as they are more desperate (i hate to use this word but I hate being cheated more).
USD20-35 being conned for a boat ride to the Tonle Sap floating villages.
USD10 for boat ride AFTER doing research on prices of boat rides to Tonle Sap. Key is get a group. If you're solo and a pasty skinned Mexican like Carlos, you're going to get charged USD35. If you're 2 idiot Malaysians you get hit from USD20 each. Key is get a minimum of 3 and you're in for USD10. I think you can negotiate a better price if your group is much larger.
USD6 for one hour local massage
USD10 for one hour 4-Hand massage :) (not its not THAT kind of happy gentlemen)
USD25 airport tax upon departure (yeah, don't burn all your Dollars on cheap massages that will add up in the end or else you'll be eating amok fish in Siem Reap a few more days till someone who actually cares for you wires some cash over)
USD40 to shoot off 30 rounds from an AK 47
USD 10 to take photos of the AK 47 and other weapons (if you're two broke Malaysians)
What locals will ask you
USD1 - take a picture of local kid playing in lake, playing around temple, holding a live snake around his neck like a garland, frolicking in countryside, shitting himself in said countryside... (and if you DO pay you're a dumbass. They will ask of course)
USD1 for a can of Coke (you can get TWO for USD1 esp from temple hawkers (desperate) and stall vendors)
USD1 for post card
USD1 to pay the dressed up local girl in traditional outfit in the temples
USD1 for the price of an pre-dawn coffee and the rental of a plastic chair at Angkor Wat sunrise viewing session near the small lake.
USD1 to pray inside the temples (my mum will PAY ME to light joss sticks and pray at home)
In terms of bargaining I'm sure many of you women who read this, especially those battled hardened bargain hunters who visit Bangkok on shopping jaunts, may get some better deals. I am after all not really much of a holiday shopaholic.