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I found the vendors to be really nice here, less pushy and more willing to let you stroll through. We found some parts of the night market to be too much, as we were harassed at every store and basically power-walked through there while barely...More
Many stalls selling very similar stuff. If you like to bargain you will like this market; however, if you want more authentic Cambodian souvenirs you will have to look a little for those stalls. Just down the road is the Made from Cambodia market that...More
Perfect place to buy souvenirs for people at home. Love that the sellers weren't pushy - some were actually very nice.
We bought an oil painting like we always do whenever we go traveling. Had to bargain a little but managed to buy it at...More
There are many small shops/ stalls organized in several parallel and narrow streets and one could find a wide variety of souvenirs and dresses. It is close to a narrow waterway with a cross-over bridge. One side of the waterway is very busy but the...More
You normally would wait for your transport here when you visited pub street and the night market.
Nothing much to talk about except it's full of souvenir shops...clothes stalls and crafts stalls
Worth a wander if you few minutes to spare
Siem Reap art center market consist of local art and souvenir stuff. basically you can shuffle around the market and bargain with the retailer to get a reasonable price to buy something you want. *Tips to get a cheaper price " always remember to go...More
There is a good selection of crafts here and I was assured they are all made in Cambodia, unlike much sold in the street apparently. The prices are at least three times higher and it is hard to browse in peace as you are followed...More
This market wasn't so busy as others we visited, and there is a small bar/restaurant/souvenir shop in the middle at which to take a break. We found some really good quality t-shirts amid the "standard" souvenir goods and there are a variety of more authentic...More