They look just like any other orphanage but exist primarily to make money out of tourist and volunteer donations. These are often the orphanages that pay families to give up their children, who deceive them that it is best for their children, or who pay commissions to local businesses to encourage visitors, and who use their children to directly solicit tourists. Again, they are meeting a demand, and directly exploiting the good intentions of tourists and volunteers. Orphanages regularly parade their children through the bars and restaurants of SiemReap’s Bar Street, handing out flyers or putting on dance shows to solicit donations. As a result of tourists’ ‘good intentions’ Cambodia’s orphans have become a money-making tourist attraction. And so long as there is demand, more and more orphanages will open, and more and more children will be taken from their families and communities to fill them.