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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....More
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Not so unique they sell day to day stuff for people living here as well as some fake shoes and other tourist souvenirs. Souvenirs you see here are quite similar to what you see in thailand or vietnam. on the riverside of the old market,...More
Whatever you need you can find it in this market. Food items, souvenirs, scarfs, pharmacy, meat, fish, shoes and many others. The magic word here is bargain so from 8 dollars it can reach to 3 or many less in 1 minute. Local do buy...More
We just travelled from PP to Siem Reap in order to celebrate the Cambodian Water Festival which hold at Siem Reap River. There are many local people enjoy their vacation here and we met a lot of attractive activities; especially at the local market to...More
Had a good morning shopping here. Get ready to bargain as prices are a bit higher than you will want to pay.
Everyone is friendly in their selling and bartering some more pushy than others but some unique items and also some local colour -...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.