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Well designed funky market with all the souvenirs and trinkets you could want for family and friends back home. Very untidy stalls and lanes on the way in but attractive and interesting once you're inside.
Central market is a very busy hustle bustle place. There is not much you cannot find here. As you walk your way around and through stop for a meal in the food market. It is fresh, relatively cheap and tasty... what ever you decide upon....More
Beautiful art deco building that houses this market. Well organised, with each of the 4 wings organised into selling items closely related to each other. It's good, but it feels like it's for tourists here - prefer the Russian Market.
Having been in Siem Reap for a week Phnom Penh feels like a violent assault on the senses. It is a nauseating place and this market didn’t offer any reprieve or have unique craft items for sale (all same same t-shirts, paintings, sculptures). I have...More
How can you miss the market in Cambodia Capital.
Get there with a kmer tuk tuk and your friendly driver that will help you in dealing with the vendors.
Walk slowly, smell, feel and buy and bargain.
It is the master way to know this...More
A busy market not far off the tourist strip. Interesting building with the inside being a labyrinth of “jewelry” stalls and copy watches. As you delve further away from the center of the building a more interesting world developes into a typical Asian market where...More
You can find everything here. Stalls are friendly to buy from, harder to bargain with than the Russian Market but still easy. You can also find electronics which is useful say if you need more camera memory cards! We also needed a black pen which...More
I read a lot of good words about this place before I came, but was a bit let down after visiting it. It was more like a touristic place than a genuine market. The stalls were quite closely packed with only a narrow path for...More