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Orussey market is a giant market mostly indoors - but beware - there isn't air con or fans so the place can get very hot and stuffy. This market is where many people and businesses from all over Cambodia come to buy wholesale or in...More
This wonderful market is well organized and has wonderful merchandise. It has a huge selection of wonderful tourists items that make great gifts to take home to friends. There are several wonderful restaurants near by.
An unbelievably busy and local market, not a single tourist in sight. We were feeling brave and opted for the chicken broth with noodles from a small stall on the second floor. Whilst ordering this meal was incredibly difficult due to the language barrier, there...More
I went thinking I could find some good deals turns out Aeon mall was cheaper. I went for a pan and they wanted $20 nothing less even when I was with my khmer friend. At aeon it was on sale for $13. Don't bother people...More
It’s hard to take in all the stalls and small corridors connect to food, jewelry and clothing locations. Not many tourists here which was nice. Lots of different goods. The markets are an interesting capture of busy life with the day’s starting early. Plan on...More
This is another well stocked and located market in Phnom Penh. Its about 10 minutes from the center of town by Tuk Tuk and carries a wide selection of merchandise. There is clothing - plastic kitchenware - food - hardware items in various catagories -...More
This is a great local market - don't expect to see tourists here tho [we were the only ones that we saw this morning]. Very little English is spoken [if any] but despite that we still managed to converse with some lovely shop owners and...More
Don't miss this market. You won't meet tourists here, but you can find practically anything else. And you get to meet the rich ethnic diversity of Phnom Penh here. I enjoy tasting traditional Cantonese cuisine: rice porridge, sweet broth, and sticky rice stuffed with yam,...More