Say the name of the place, not the road name for the driver
Tuk Tuk drivers do not know the street names and addresses but know how to get to the famous destinations. So when you want to go to the nearby temple or market quickly, give them the name of the place you want to go, not their address.
Stay away from the Tuk Tuk cars standing in front of the sights
Tuk-tuk in front of a hotel or attractions are often quite expensive, so try to use Booking Apps or catching one on the road.
Keep luggage and personal items carefully
Tuk-tuks often have open spaces, so you should keep your luggage and personal belongings tight.
You also absolutely should not use a camera or smartphone to take pictures or play games while sitting in tuk-tuk because it is easy to lose.
Beware of scams
Every country has scams, so does Cambodia. Scammers will lure you to drive for very low prices but then take you to the gem shop or tailor shop, where they will put you under a lot of pressure to buy something to get a commission from the store owner.
Therefore, if the price goes too high, it is not possible, but too low, you should reconsider.