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Address: Achar Sva St | East of Old Market Bridge, Siem Reap 17259, Cambodia
Phone Number:
+855 93 811 800
7:00 am - 11:30 pm
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Sun - Sat 7:00 am - 11:30 pm
Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours

King's Road Angkor is Siem Reap’s premier dining and shopping destination....

King's Road Angkor is Siem Reap’s premier dining and shopping destination. We feature top restaurants and boutiques in a lush, comfortable setting, open from 7 a.m. until late.

Inspired by traditional Khmer villages, our property uses a collection of stilted wooden shop houses to showcase the best food, drinks and artisan products Siem Reap has to offer.

Whether you are seeking tasteful nightlife after a day the temples or simply looking for somewhere cool to spend your days, we have you covered!

King’s Road Angkor is also home to the Made in Cambodia Market – a social enterprise entirely dedicated to Cambodian artisans. Here you can find products made exclusively in Cambodia from businesses focused on helping Khmer workers earn a living.

We are located on the bank’s of the Siem Reap River, we are located over the bridge from the city’s chaotic centre, beside the Hard Rock Café.

Why not take a wander through our beautifully landscaped property and let us show you the serene side of Siem Reap.


King’s Road has restaurants to meet every taste and budget – from Fine Dining, and Classic Khmer to Authentic Japanese, Italian and Chinese, Bakeries and more!

Our restaurants include:

Rohatt Cafe, Hard Rock Cafe Angkor, Embassy, The Grey Khmer Grill, Costa Coffee, Blue Pumpkin, Emperor of China, Wagokoro, The Brothers, Terrazza


King’s Road is a relaxed and stress free environment for your browsing pleasure. We offer something for everyone -- whether you are looking for a new outfit, souvenirs to take home or simply want to window shop in a comfortable, outdoor setting.

Our shopping opportunities offer a selection of everything, from high quality local goods and one-of-a-kind souvenirs to authentic brand names.

Our shopping locations include:

Made in Cambodia Market

Blush Boutique


Full Frontal Gallery


Angkor Macaron

Kroma House

Brands Outlet

Claycult Cambodia

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Fun during KNY!

It's one big street party during Khmer New Year! Music and dancing everywhere from establishments that set up outside on the street. Get ready to get wet and be powdered! Locals... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It's wonderful to find international standard restaurant there, Really recommended if you like to find many different kind of food in the same area,

Thank Yin M
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It's one big street party during Khmer New Year! Music and dancing everywhere from establishments that set up outside on the street. Get ready to get wet and be powdered! Locals go around with water guns and powder pouncing on any unsuspecting "victim"! No use trying to avoid them because they are everywhere! Best that you get your own water... More 

Thank Jobetsfam
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The King`s Road is located just across the Siem Reap river after one passes from the Pub Street & Old Market.The whole area gives a different feel of atmosphere then the one i just passed through.There are International standard Restaurants like Rohatt Cafe,the Grey Khmar Grill,Costa Cafe,The Blue Pumpkin,Hard Rock Cafe Angkor,Wogokoro & Terrazza etc. You can make your selection... More 

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Reviewed March 23, 2017

This is a nice area with a decent selection of coffee shops and restaurants. There is a Hard Rock Cafe, a Costa Coffee and several other Western places for Happy Hour, food or just coffee and pastries. Definitely a bit on the pricier side but nice to get away from the busy pub street. The public restroom is among the... More 

Thank DorisMa
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Reviewed March 19, 2017 via mobile

Lovely, quiet dining/shopping area opposite Pub Street (across the river). There are little stalls setup by NGOs selling handmade ware. There are also nice reasonably priced non Khmer restaurants & cafes (Costa coffee, Blue Pumpkin). A good change from busy & touristy Pub Street.

1 Thank Jemich
KRA C, Public Relations Manager at King's Road Angkor, responded to this review

Dear Jemich, Thank you very much for your visit to King's Road and your kind review. We look to create an alternative experience to Pub Street for those guests who looking for a little more quiet and relaxation. As you noted we have a variety of restaurants -- from fine dining to local to Chinese dim sum -- there really... More 

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Reviewed February 26, 2017 via mobile

This place sounded great, and maybe once upon a time it was - but it was rundown, tired and boring. Besides the "Made in Cambodia Market" (which is quite good), King's Road Angkor was disappointing. There's empty shops and "for rent" signs everywhere - so I'm guessing I'm not alone when I say it's dull and lacks atmosphere. Big international... More 

Thank VinK84
KRA C, Public Relations Manager at King's Road Angkor, responded to this review

Dear VinK84, Thank you very much for your visit and review. Here at King's Road we do our best to create a comfortable dining and shopping environment -- I am sorry to hear that this wasn't the case for you. As noted, we are home to the Made in Cambodia Market. We are proud to host this social enterprise and... More 

Queensland, Australia
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Reviewed February 1, 2017

We visited this shopping village as it sells only Cambodian-made goods, and we wanted to support the local community. The quality of the products is great - beautiful lacquerware, bags made with flip rings from drink cans, paperware etc. They're more expensive than the market shops, but you're guaranteed of getting a quality item.

1 Thank Limotrav
KRA C, Public Relations Manager at King's Road Angkor, responded to this review

Dear Limotrav, Thank you so much for your visit, your review and your commitment to shopping local. We are so pleased you were able to see the difference in the quality of locally, handcrafted items and that you selected some gems to take with you home. In addition to the Made in Cambodia market, and the shops at King’s Road,... More 

Gloucestershire, England
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Reviewed January 29, 2017 via mobile

King's Road is a really nice change to the markets across the river around the Pub Street area. There is a nice mix of bars and restaurants along with a few shops and a small number of artisan type stalls, which are a little more expensive than the usual market fare but are generally better made.

Thank stanley10
KRA C, Public Relations Manager at King's Road Angkor, responded to this review

Dear stanley10, Thank you so much for your visit, review and kind words. We do our very best a King’s Road to create an inviting ambience away from the chaos of downtown. We strive to be family friendly and to showcase the beauty of the natural environment – it is wonderful you had the opportunity to enjoy this. Our selection... More 

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Reviewed January 16, 2017

So this was a nice, small area across the river from the night market to visit after having been on other nights, to the night market and pub street (which you must check out, but are a little sensory overload for me). King's Road is geared for tourists with small shops and restaurants, but it was the only time, aside... More 

Thank Elianders
KRA C, Public Relations Manager at King's Road Angkor, responded to this review

Dear Elianders, Thank you so much for your visit and you pleasant review. Located just across the river from Pub Street, next to the Hard Rock Café, King’s Road aims to offer alternative nightlife options to the sensory overload of Siem Reap. We provide a cool, comfortable shopping and dining environment and are glad to hear that you enjoyed your... More 

Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed December 20, 2016 via mobile

We passed by this place while visiting Hard Rock Cafe and decided to explore further. The ambience made it feel pretty touristy and the prices for some of the items sold there were definitely higher than elsewhere. The area is quite clean and with a few pubs/cafes around, can be a good place to just relax. I liked the fact... More 

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