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- My daughter and I loved the beautiful underwater exhibition on the first floor but the highlight was the exhibition of Cambodian contemporary artists' work on the top floor of this bright and airy gallery. The ground floor has wonderful clothing designed by tattoo artist Mathilda and interesting recycled jewellery and other crafty items for sale. Highly recommended!Written November 9, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I can't give this attract a great score, as it's just a market selling clothes and it's good for a walk around and a little interesting.
What is fun here are the dodgem motos and other amusement park rides. There's a water park of sorts and I can't vouch for the safety of anything but everything looked well enough maintained and there's nothing that would really hurt you even if it did fail.
We hired the moto dodgems for $1 for 10 minutes (!) A bargain for two teenage boys and a grown-up teenager and we had a lot of laughs for $3 total. Adults can ride them, but I don't think I'd take my chances on the dodgem jetskis over in the pool area.
The market is clean, and you can pick up a bargain on clothes or have a cheap meal/snack.
By all means check this place out and dare yourself to ride the dodgems!
Its only open at night and you'll find it on the old Red Road - head toward Villa Vedici and its not far on the left from the main bridge in town.Written January 17, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I thoroughly enjoyed my hour visit to Paradise Gardens. Samam Chay took me on a free guided tour of the small garden. He is knowledgeable about the pepper they grow and very interesting to talk to as well. As I'm interested in learning about pepper, he patiently repeated himself. He also gave me a free taste of the salted peppercorns and advised its use to cook with meat . I recommend a visit and chatting to Samam.Written June 1, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Outstanding service provided by Srey Neang Keo. Because of covid I have not been able to visit Cambodia this year. I am a regular visitor from Australia. So I decided to get my khmer fix by buying some krama products. We communicated by Facebook messanger and Srey was so helpful polite and friendly that it was the best remote shopping experience I have ever had. My purchase is being posted to me today and I can't wait to receive it. Also I am very keen to visit Kampot as soon as I am able. I will visit Tiny Kampot Pillows and thank Srey in person.Written September 22, 2020
- Please do yourself a favor and visit this local and ethically made clothing store. There is a variety of T-shirts, singlets and dresses which are all made on sight where you can see the talented ladies sewing the clothes. Make a visit to Espresso cafe next door, their food and coffee are amazing.Written January 14, 2020
- ...or you did not buy enough souvenirs, in the shop in Kampot town you can find all the delicious pepper varieties and (if you are lucky) even the small batch Tarsier Gin.Written February 6, 2020
- Nice and cozy shop with loads of handmade and creative stuff.
I got a beautiful bracelet for a gift, everything looked so beautiful!!
Orely,the owner of the shop and maker of the stuff was very friendly and helpful. Thanks very much!!Written February 16, 2020
- The bookish bazaar had a great selection of English, French, and German used books. It was fun to wander around in and had some seats upstairs if you want to sit down and read a book. Definitely worth checking out while you are in Kampot.Written February 17, 2020
- Angela is so sweet, and seems so dedicated to helping out the Kampot community. We bought a hammock and she was so honest and descriptive about telling us the values of each one. Also, it is one of the cheapest places to buy books from!Written March 7, 2016
- I supposed it to be like Night market in Siem Reap or at least in Phnom Penh. In contrast, you found nothing here. It was so quiet. Many stores always closed because not many people go there. It was small as well. Walking passed the food stores and good smell of food came out of there but haven’t tried once so not sure if it was nice.Written August 6, 2019
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