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This is a market where the locals shop. Not for you if you want kick-off Chinese imported T shirts. But an amazing place if you like to wander through very fish, meat and veggies on sale; or take in the raw smells of a local...More
This is where locals go to shop. Not tourist trinkets and souvenirs. There are all the things you need to live on. Meat, fish, vegetables. At a few spots, the smell was a little strong. You might not want to wear sandals, the water was...More
it take a few visit to know where is every thing hardware , clothe , veggies , meat etc. but since the Chinese invasion into Sihanoukville, the prices have gotten out of control and getting more and more expensive & getting hard to bargain .
Having seen other Cambodian markets we thought this would be worth a visit. As another reviewer wrote, this place is hot and stuffy. Just as important to note was that none of junk (a lot made in China) was appealing. None of the 34 people...More
It’s the most unorganised market I’ve been to in South East Asia thus far but it’s huge and crowded with locals.
It’s a combination of wet market and dry market (selling clothes and fabrics) with some food stalls (which I doubt the hygiene).
Phsar Leu, also known as "Upper Market" in English has been around Sihanoukville for a long long time. It is actually a wet market and you usually can get pretty decent prices for seafood products here. However, since the influx of Chinese into Sihanoukville, the...More
Good if you like to see local style shopping... but nothing much to buy except food if you don’t really care about hygiene.. a bit un organized area for shopping if you compared it with thailand and vietnam market.. price depend on the shop and...More
Compared to Benh Tanh market in HCMC, this is way under maintained and unorganised at all. You can bargain for those Cambodian singlets at $2/each.. I guess that's what tourists would buy! XD
Other clothing is very expensive and they are not open for any...More