Flea/ Street Markets in Siem Reap

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Flea & Street Markets in Siem Reap

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  • traveller64Glasgow
    Glasgow, UK48 contributions
    Common to a lot of East Asia markets the night market is set in a grid formation. The outer stalls which face on to the street tend to be the most "touristy" but it is worth going deeper into the grid. Yes, it is busy, hot and noisy but you will be rewarded with finding the less obvious things. I picked up two beautiful linen shirts (needed due to the heat) and some fantastic Tin Tin art work
    Written July 6, 2020
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  • Tonya L
    La Mesa, United States45 contributions
    The Old Market is very hot inside. Made in Cambodia Market is in the fresh air. You can buy things cheaper at the Old Market, but in Made in Cambodia Market you really know where the products come from. The sales push is the same for both markets, and you can negotiate the price in both markets. We bought from both markets, but I feel better about my purchases in Made in Cambodia Market. And I really like the bags they put my purchases in...repurchased fabric and newsprint bags!
    Written April 18, 2022
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  • John Giggles
    5 contributions
    A typical Asian market. I usually stop here to buy produce, although they have plenty of seafood, meat, and fresh eggs too. Non-food items include clothing, footwear, souvenirs, soaps, etc. The food part of the market is dirty, smelly, noisy, and has a typical selection of aforementioned food items. Again, typical southeast Asian market. It's more popular with foreigners than another similar and bigger market about two kilometers away. Because of that, sometimes items here are a bit more expensive because vendors are used to charging foreigners extra. But it does the job I suppose. Each vendor is a little different. Some will overcharge you. Some are reasonable. After living here a while, I just know what a good price is and what isn't. If unsure, I ask three or four vendors what the price is per kilo of a particular item. I refuse to ever pay the same price as the grocery store for something. Overall, in terms of produce, the market has a good selection and is conveniently located right next to pub street.
    Written December 2, 2020
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  • Katy Santos
    Philippines516 contributions
    I strolled around the night market of Siem Reap Art Center where you can find a lot of merchandise to buy such as souvenir items, silk shawls, art decorations, clothes, and many others.

    Remember to haggle less than half the price of the item and if the seller refused, you can always walk away and look for other merchants with similar items who can sell it for a cheaper price, act stubbornly to get the price you prefer.
    Written October 1, 2020
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  • Emma S
    Lichfield, UK41 contributions
    I love a good market! I find them all the same pretty much but I love absorbing the atmosphere and culture that they seem to bring! The only places you can find something different if you look hard enough! A place to barter with too! The only thing I have to say about Cambodian markets is they really do harass you and be prepared for a tug on the arm or your shirt being pulled!
    Written March 11, 2020
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  • ARUN63512
    Bengaluru, India858 contributions
    A nice market for all the local products and souvenirs, with local food stalls, with all small shops with lot of bargains
    Written January 29, 2020
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  • mgantman
    Chicago, IL50 contributions
    Went here to see if there was anything to get that I couldn’t at the other markets. It is a local market. The reality is that if you are a tourist, while I found cool to see, there is nothing there for you. However, I did meet my tour guide for the Angkor Temples there and he did charge me less than if I would have found him from the hotel or in town.
    Written February 12, 2020
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