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A good place to get souvenirs, largely the same as the night markets that dot Siem Reap Old Town. Bargain hard,and buy in larger quantities for good discounts. It's really for tourists. If you want a real local market in Siem Reap, go to Phsar...More
Phsar Chas (old market in Khmer) is one of the proper local markets. You will still find the typical tourist t-shirts and elephant pants but you'll also be able to find actual Cambodian products among all the household goods that the Cambodians will come here...More
noisy, crowded, warm, sensory overload. All that I was hoping for at a market. And most definitely not a lot of tourists! I love the different "sections", ranging from wet market, fruit & veg, spices, houseware items, shoes, jewelry, haircare (!) and of course, clothes...More
Phsar Chas means Old Market. Its where the localsv seem to shop for anything from vegetables to clothes. Might interest those who want to catch a feel of a Khmer local market. The market is situated in the 13/15th street and Street 108/110 area.
Phsar Chas is an old market in the city, on street 13. It sells all kinds of food: fruits, vegetables, meat, seafood, dry food, noodles, spices, etc. The hygiene for meat was so so. I saw sometimes dead hens under the stall, directly on the...More
This is a true Asian market, and worth a visit. It's geared towards residents rather than tourists, so if you spot something you want as a non-resident, be prepared and learn a few Khmer words to help your haggling
As a long-term resident, this is by far my least favorite market in phnom penh.
The ground is slippery and unever, dark inside, and the ceiling is way too low (I need to stoop in many places).
Prices are also a bit higher than other...More