Tourists feel a little overwhelmed at the range of products that are found at these markets. Fashion boutiques, art galleries, jewellery, silks, ceramics, silverware and stone carvings are sure to empty your pockets!
Siem Reap Old Market, Phsar Samaki, Phsar Leu and Central Markets are your local markets. You can buy literally anything at these fairs.
Night markets are aimed mainly at tourists – so, it’s not hard to find a night market close to your hotel in Seim Reap – as they have given birth to resorts such as Anantara Angkor Resort. Among the most famous markets are Noon Night Market, Seim Reap Night Market and Made in Cambodia Market.
Barbecued meat, soft duck eggs, Khmer fried chicken are some of the food items in the street food category. There is also a palette of local fruits such as durian, green mango and dragon fruit.
In addition to local markets and night markets, you should save some time to explore shopping malls like Lucky Mall, Angkor Trade Centre. Places such as Art Work Gallery, Art Deli and Asia Craft Centre are also worth a visit.
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