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Stepping into the store, we are greeted by smiley staffs. They offered us cool tea which is... read more

Reviewed December 23, 2017
Singapore, Singapore
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ANGKOR WAT SHAPED COOKIES!! And Cambodian Coffee :)

ANGKOR WAT SHAPED COOKIES!! What else more is there to say?? Ok ok, they also sell Cambodian... read more

Reviewed February 29, 2016
David T
Los Angeles, California, United States
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MADAM SACHIKO ANGKOR COOKIES have been running since 2004 to produce a high-quality Cambodian product made by the hands of Cambodian people. Cookies in the shape of Angkor Wat are very popular with people all over the world and the best for souvenir...more
On the main road to Angkor Wat, in front of Sofitel Hotel, Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Reviewed May 2, 2018 via mobile

Been to Tokyo before so I could really tell the similar vibes upon entering this store. The way you are greeted upon entering, then assisted (in a non-pushy way) and then offered free tasting for almost every product! They even give a free tea drink!...More

Thank BlackbirdPaulina
Reviewed December 23, 2017 via mobile

Stepping into the store, we are greeted by smiley staffs. They offered us cool tea which is refreshing for the hot weather. The cookies are great for souveniers back home. Pricing for cookies per box from 6 to 11Usd. @ the side of the shop,...More

1  Thank Lyn_Azlin
Reviewed October 3, 2017 via mobile

Went here today as it's pretty much next to our hotel and saw it on the way back from the temples. As you walk in you are greeted with a nice glass of a lotus drink that is really nice, you are also free to...More

Thank rob b
Reviewed September 9, 2017 via mobile

You are greeted upon arrival in Japanese and offered a cup of cold teaching and cookies to try. Slowly choose your favourite flavour. No one will rush you. A most pleasant experience.

Thank guitarist2016
Reviewed March 27, 2017 via mobile

Meh. We stopped here after a day at the temples, since I saw the mention on wiki travel and it sounded good. Our tour guide said that he liked this place because it provided jobs for many Cambodians, so we didn't mind a little bit...More

1  Thank Gypsyyy
Reviewed October 22, 2016

The shop is located on Charles de Gaulle road in Siem Reap.Can be reached in 5 minutes by bicycle from the city center. I've been waiting to taste those cookies since I've bought my ticket to Siem Reap but I was somehow disappointed about the...More

2  Thank สบาย ส
Reviewed July 20, 2016

It really is a tourist trap- you only see Japanese tourist in there. It is really over priced for the cookies.

1  Thank WhoppeR2015
Reviewed March 5, 2016

On the road to Angkor Wat amongst the many high-grade hotels, there are a lot of little (and big) souvenir and tourist shops. Some are rather trashy, and others are quite expensive. Angkor Cookies, however, is neither. It's a clean little shop with many one-of-a-kind...More

Thank Nelson P
Reviewed February 29, 2016

ANGKOR WAT SHAPED COOKIES!! What else more is there to say?? Ok ok, they also sell Cambodian coffee beans! Another great gift we found were aprons in cambodian fabric. Although it's a tourist spot, they sell great items. ** Tip - there's a great juice...More

Thank David T
Reviewed January 10, 2016

Found this place from trip advisor, they have lots of unique cookies variety. Bought their pineapple, lotus tea, and some other cookies that i cant remember the name.. a bit expensive i would say but worth to try. Oh and they also have this Khmer...More

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February 22, 2018|
Response from rob b | Reviewed this property |
they are not very expensive we bought a pack of cookies and got a free angkor cookie. But I believe in their own they are under 3 dollars. they do many free samples inside so you can try before you buy. well worth a visit... More