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Phsar Leu Market

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Phsar Leu Market

203 Reviews
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Dee_Mulyana wrote a review Mar 2020
Jonggol, Indonesia223 contributions45 helpful votes
Interesting traditional market in sihanoukville, if you are looking for Cambodian traditional foods , seasonal asian fruits,souvenirs or Gold jewelry you could find them here. You’ll love to see how local people live their life.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Terry H wrote a review Feb 2020
Seattle, Washington746 contributions162 helpful votes
We lived in Haiti for 3 months back in 1974 and visited The Iron Market there - This market is so similar. It offers everything that one could possibly want - clothing, food, miniature temples, and shoes (to name a few items). Interesting to say the least. Definitely worthwhile going there. Be careful crossing the street as you take your life in your hands to get there.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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goodLukeOrd wrote a review Jan 2020
Kilsyth, United Kingdom34 contributions5,411 helpful votes
We donned surgical mask as the dust from construction has enveloped this timeless market. Such a shame. Do they sell dog meat here? Ewe . . . .
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Date of experience: January 2020
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sumulani wrote a review Jan 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia18 contributions8 helpful votes
What a horrible place to visit. It’s nothing more than a dirty wet market in a dingy setting. No one speaks English. Tried to find a souvenir stall (reviews said there are plenty), and could only found one. It’s so over priced and not many options. Skip this one. Seriously, Asia has so many more interesting markets, you shouldn’t have to torture yourself by going to this one.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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313globetrotter wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore427 contributions188 helpful votes
This is positioned as one of the MUST SEE Sights in SIHANOUKVILLE, Cambodia; as there are few sights in Sihanoukville, so every local tour agent will include this in their programme !!! The market is situated in the town centre, and can be reached by most type of transports in Sihanoukville. The market itself is packed with all types of stores, selling almost everything: Jewellery. Clothings (mostly Made in Thailand or China). Food. Electrical items. local soveniers......The prices are HIGH, as compared to Thailand or China (likely due to the tax. handling charges....)Very little local products. The air inside is Very poor (HOT AND HUMID). due to the narrow space allowed for the stalls and walk ways. The traffic around the market is Terrible, with the motor bikes, cars, tourists buses, tuk-tuk......VISIT just for the exposure of local culture, ans shop if ONE has NOT been to Thailand, Taiwan....
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Date of experience: December 2019
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