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Siem Reap

The markets of Siem Reap are the perfect place to get a feel of the charming city. It’s where locals buy everything they need, from fruits and vegetables to clothes and home decor. Immerse yourself in Cambodian culture as you delve into the best shopping spots in town! Siem Reap offers a different kind of market scene—one that showcases local talent and craftsmanship, as well as a few live performances here and there!

Updated 10 months ago

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Psar Chaa (Old Market)


Siem Reap, Cambodia • Recommendation • 10 months ago

Catch a glimpse of local life in Siem Reap’s oldest market! Early in the morning, residents flock to Psar Chaa (also spelled as Psah Chas or Phsar Chas) to stock up on their daily necessities. Peruse stalls hawking an assortment of meat, fresh produce, spices, and household items. You’ll also find souvenir items such as t-shirts, textiles, and wood carvings. Vendors tend to hike up prices for tourists, so bargain as much as you can! Once you’re done, head to the food section to sample the best of Cambodian cuisine!

Psar Chaa Road, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Angkor Night Market

Siem Reap, Cambodia • Recommendation • 10 months ago

Discover over 200 bamboo stalls selling unique handicrafts at Angkor Night Market! Siem Reap’s most popular shopping haunt puts the spotlight on silk paintings, stone carvings, and wooden trinkets created by local communities and non-government organizations. Within the market, you’ll also find the “Angkor Recycled” stall dedicated to handbags and pouches made from recycled materials! Explore the area to score one-of-a-kind gifts to take home. Then, make your way to the nearby dining spots and treat yourself to an ice-cold beer while watching live performances!


Night Market Street, Stung Thmey Village, Sangkat Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Phsar Leu Thom Thmey


Siem Reap, Cambodia • Recommendation • 10 months ago

The biggest market in the city, Phsar Leu Thom Thmey has everything you could possibly need. Browse through countless piles of local products and essentials—with inexpensive price tags to boot! You’ll encounter different kinds of sights, sounds, and smells, as well, but it’s all part of the authentic experience! Since most merchants here don’t speak English, we recommend you learn a few basic Khmer (Cambodia’s official language) phrases before diving in: “chum reap suor” (chum-reap-sore, “hello”), “bo man” (bow-man, “how much), and “arkun” (ar-koon, thank you).

National Route 6, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Made in Cambodia Market

Siem Reap, Cambodia • Recommendation • 10 months ago

Made in Cambodia Market aims to promote top-quality artisan goods produced by local designers. The outdoor bazaar is filled with exceptionally unique and handmade knick-knacks! Here, you get to support small businesses and even meet the people behind each product! Stay until late to witness traditional dance shows and live acoustic sessions performed by handicapped artists! In case you get hungry, refuel at any of the restaurants and quaint cafes around the area.


Achar Sva Street, 27 Street, King's Road Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Angkor Handicraft Association

Siem Reap, Cambodia • Recommendation • 10 months ago

Angkor Handicraft Association (AHA) is a non-profit business organization that focuses on strengthening Siem Reap’s local handicraft sector. Explore the intricacies that come with creating authentic Khmer items as you’re exposed to the actual production process! Head to AHA’s Souvenir Market and Fair Trade Village to watch skilled artisans make everything on site: handwoven silk, silverware, ceramics, and bronze statue, to name just a few. They hold various workshops, as well; join one or two to learn from the masters!


Road 60, Trang Village, Sangkat Slorkram, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Siem Reap Art Center Night Market

Siem Reap, Cambodia • Recommendation • 10 months ago

Located on the east bank of the Siem Reap River, Siem Reap Art Center Night Market is one of the more laid-back bazaars in the city. It’s a one-stop shop for budget souvenirs and tasty local delicacies! Whether you’re looking for refrigerator magnets, dainty jewellery, or traditional Cambodian attire, you’ll find them here. Converse (and bargain!) with vendors—most of them speak English fluently. After shopping, drop by one of the massage parlors nearby to recharge!

Old Market, Watdamnak Village, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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