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Siem Reap Khmer Cooking Class with Market Visit, Hotel Pickup
Private Tour: Siem Reap City Tour Full Day
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Siem Reap, Cambodia Old market would you like to see Cambodia life food , Cambodia souvenirs , old market will make you enjoy able with city tours walking around to see and buy some Khmer souvenir bring back home for family gifts or friend gifts. Old Market that is center of Siem Reap town it easy to find locate and easy to take your ways to come Old Market , you just pay $2 -$5 from your hotel with Tuk Tuk , Near by old market you will have good time many type of bar and restaurants , we call that location "Pub Street " a lots western food style with Cambodia food style , can find some more interest with you walking a long the Siem Reap riverside you will see other market name Angkor Art Night Market. Old market open from 7:00 am till 8:00 pm some stores still till 11: 00 pm. What would you like to buy from the old market , buy souvenirs , buy food , or take look around. Old market post would like to inform all visitor should taking yourself and your products when you lose no return.
Old market can visit all day long coz they open in the morning till late at night time and they sell souvenirs and local food. Great chance to see what life in Siem Reap is like. You can find khmer food , fruits and something...More
It was a nice experience to have a tour from The Head Chef of the cooking class I was going to be taken. He introduced me to many herbs and vegetables that are staples in Cambodia. I learned about the meat and seafood and what...More
It will take you a bit to get used to the noise and smell but once you do there are some great trinkets to be found in this rabbit warren of a covered market.
We entered off the street straight into the meat and fish...More
Located near the river in the town center it takes up a whole block,plenty of tourist stalls selling souvenirs clothes,bags and luggage,inside there is also a food market aimed at locals and some visitors are put off by the sights and smells,but this is Asia...More
At center of the market, on north west side is a spot where locals sit for beef rice noodle dish. This grandma makes the best kuy teav I’ve ever had. Her cooking reminds me of my Vietnamese friend’s mom’s home made cooking. Rice noodle is...More
The Old Market was a fun place to visit. The outside is basically a typical flea market with lots of stalls packed with clothes, jewelry, souvenirs, etc. In the center is a food market with all kinds of fruit, vegetables, fish, poultry. We did not...More
In every destination in SE Asia there's a market like this. Entirely set up for tourists with the usual set of wares available. If you've been to one, you've been to them all. If you haven't been before then it's worth a quick poke around...More
Old Market was definitely not for us it extremely hot with no air conditioning & mostly the products are pretty average. We also didn’t like being hassled all the time. Others will probably enjoy the markets especially if younger .
We had a late flight, so decided to go shopping.
The food section is a little confronting and on the nose a bit.
The shopping for clothes was great and a lot of fun bartering with the locals. They will take you for a ride...More
I once bought some silk cushion covers from Psar Chaa, and they did not last very long. Later I bought some new ones from the Artisans Angkor and I still have them. So it is the old story. You get what you pay for... More
I once bought some silk cushion covers from Psar Chaa, and they did not last very long. Later I bought some new ones from the Artisans Angkor and I still have them. So it is the old story. You get what you pay for. Yes, the silk from Artisans Angkor is more expensive, but it is good quality.
Unless you know a lot about gem stones and can tell the difference between a real stone and glass, I would not buy any gem stones in Siem Reap. The sellers have lots of tricks to convince you that what they are selling are real, like scratching glass with the gem stone and putting a blowtorch to them to demonstrate that they will not crack under heat. But they are good at sleight of hand and I would not trust them. I once bought a gold chain in Ps
ar Chaa and the moment I got outside I realized it was not gold. The shop owner had put yellow bulbs in all the lights at her stall so that it intensified the gold colour. I went back and kicked up such a stink in front of other customers that she quickly gave me my money back to shut me up.