Lucky Mall

Lucky Mall, Siem Reap: Address, Phone Number, Lucky Mall Reviews: 3.5/5

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Escape the heat at this small, air-conditioned shopping mall that includes a supermarket (good for edible souvenirs and liquor), Bodia Spa shop, U-Care Pharmacy, and stationery store.
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Dean S
Doncaster, UK5,098 contributions
Mar 2020
A decent shopping centre on the main street in Siem reap. There's a supermarket on the ground floor. Also on the ground floor is a recycling centre for paper plastic bottles and cans. There are few ATM's on the ground floor too, Vattanac charges only $4 to withdraw money from a foreign account, most of the others $5.
Written March 5, 2020
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NightFae
134 contributions
Feb 2016 • Couples
Lucky supermarket on the ground floor of Lucky Mall on Sivatha has a desirable selection of goods to meet your basic needs.
I purchased the local brand ARA gold cigarettes at $ 4.50/carton to bring to Bangkok and Neriff Citron Vodka [made in Ukraine] for $ 7.70 for 1 liter.
Written January 10, 2017
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Rebecca
Adelaide, Australia1,649 contributions
Dec 2016
The food here was pretty damn good, and it was surprisingly inexpensive. The shops sold overpriced stuff to tourists who are too afraid to venture to the markets (or don't like the crowds). There is air conditioning, many ATMs and lots of western comforts. Also there is a cinema, and we got $12 gold class tickets to see Rouge One. Oh, my, god: it was in english and it was amazing.
Written December 28, 2016
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bob2bkk
Bangkok, Thailand5,780 contributions
Mar 2020 • Friends
Located on a main road, Suvitha, almost across from the Prince D'Angkor Hotel, where we were staying is Lucky Mall. There is not much in the mall except for their namesake supermarket, Lucky Market, It is grossly overpriced. They also have a place in Heritage Walk. We stopped in as it was very near our hotel, but were shocked when we saw the prices. Very near this market is a market called Asia Market. It is right down the same street, same side. They also have a Asia Market up one block near rt. 6 and Heritage Walk. Drinks we bought at Lucky for 85 cents were 59 at Asia Market. So long story short, avoid this overpriced market. Drop in for the air conditioning only.
Written April 2, 2020
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FrmHereToThereWKids
Melbourne, Australia57 contributions
Apr 2014 • Family
I had looked on the internet to try and see if I could buy baby food before I went on my trip and couldn't find any information. So I was shocked when I went into the grocery store at The Lucky Mall. I was travelling with a 9 month year old baby and a 3 1/2 year old toddler who is a picky eater. They had a whole aisle dedicated to bottles, formula, baby food, wipes, nappies, teething biscuits and snacks. For my toddler they had a huge selection of crackers and chips from brands that I recognise from American and Australia. Nappies were cheap for a pack of 30 it was $7.89. I had brought my own formula because my baby is lactose intolerant and baby squeeze packets but if I had known that they would have had this kind of selection I would have bought it there. I took pictures of the whole aisle. So if you are looking for something specific email me and maybe I can help you.
Written May 3, 2014
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bd9902
Worcester, MA119 contributions
Apr 2012 • Friends
I was able to buy Gatorade, M&Ms and Oreo cookies at Lucky Mall - things I couldn't find anywhere else in Cambodia. They have what you're looking for, including meat, shampoo, soap, beverages, alcohol... The checkout process if very western, you line up, put your items on the belt, they get scanned and bagged and you pay. They also have an escalator, one of only three I came across in the entire country (the others were at Sorya Mall and the Phnom Penh airport).
Written June 25, 2012
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Dan M
Tel Aviv, Israel14,577 contributions
Nov 2018
Incredible...Being in Siam Reap, and see a movie there ?
Actually we were so tired after days of walking the Temples, evenings walking the night markets, ad nights in Pub Street that we needed the rest.

So for our last evening, since this mall was on the same street as our hotel, a 2 mintue walk, we decided to take a break and see a movie there.
After all it is part of the Cambodian Experience.
And it was a movie theater exactly like in our country, no far east at all, plain modern theater with an IMDB 6 rating blockbuster...

Another side of Cambodia...

NB
The Bakery in the mall is excellent ;-)
Written October 19, 2019
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Maria201403
Singapore, Singapore19 contributions
Nov 2016 • Friends
A nice place to get out of the hot son for a couple of hours and rest some tired legs. Several eateries/cafes to get a bite, a large supermarket to do all your groceries and also to get some goodies to bring home for family and friends. I'd recommend getting the Kampot peppercorns as it's Cambodia best.

There were quite a number of shops to do window shopping and maybe buy something but it depends on individual's liking. Personally I went there for the supermarketing as I was staying at Bread of Life BnB which is a 15mins walk from the mall. Overall I enjoyed my time there and would definitely drop in again the next time I visit SR just as I would definitely stay at the same BnB.
Written December 29, 2016
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Mariana B
109 contributions
Oct 2016 • Solo
The reason I came to this shopping mall because of the lucky supermarket. I was looking for Vietnamese coffee but they didn't have it. They sell cambodian cloths too and very cheap and reasonable price. Not rip off like in the markets.
There is a branded shop in this building too. I am happy because I got new Kipling sling bag and cheap.
If you want to buy coffee or tea I suggest to buy it from supermarket not in the market.
Written October 11, 2016
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Wil V
14 contributions
May 2016 • Solo
Is one ever happy to have a laptop power supply destroyed by the vagaries of Cambodia's electrical grid?

No, I don't think so. But when you need to replace a cable that now makes your fingers tingle and your mouth taste like pennies, well, finding an Apple Store knock-off that sells what you need is better than nothing.

And across the way, a burger shop that offers to upsize your meal for only $1.30?

These people have America figured out: Type II diabetes and Real Housewives of Siem Reap can't be far away...
Written May 3, 2016
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