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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great experience, must try the giant grilled squid, lots of different traditional dishes, fresh fruit and vegetables, avocado smoothie, eat fresh mango!! Beautiful photos by the flowers ;)

Thank Cha L
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This is a huge sprawling complex with hundreds of stalls selling gems, bags, all manners of clothing, textile, food, shoes and everything under the sun. It is also a market selling meat, fish, veg and flowers. You can even wash your hair here! Good for tourists! Having visited the Russian Market, we didn’t stay too long at this market as they sell almost the same stuff

Thank Tammy7767
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This place has just about EVERYTHING! Go early and see the livestock being prepared for busy shoppers stocking up the day's or week's groceries. Frogs, fish, meat and all manner of spices and vegetables can be found here. Aside from the typical Asian wet market section, this market also houses sections that sell homeware, clothing, flowers and jewelry - it really models a hypermart set in a traditional market setting. For a taste of regular life and yet a bit of tourism, this is the place to visit.

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Everyone will find something here. They have all the new clothes as you imagine. You can haggle down the price as well. Ladies this if definitely for you.

Thank V_2020
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

The Central market which was built in the 1930s is a circular building with arms containing market stores selling clothing electrical jewelry and more clothing.
My main area I freaked out the food section this was a culinary explosion of smells colors and vibrancy.
There is a dried fish section that has a pungent aroma about it but just was amazing to see.
You can eat the famious deep fried triantular here ...yum yum

Thank londonchef1287
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Reviewed 6 days ago

This huge sprawling market has just about everything you could want.Be streetwise take or buy a fan to keep you cool as you wind thru the hundreds of stalls.
Probably a great way not to miss anything is start on the outside, only look at things you are keen on buying otherwise you could be there all day!
First up check out the amazing flower stalls this is a very pretty picture, this leads onto everyday clothing for men and women you gotta be small though, check sizing as Cambodian people are much smaller .A great selection of tourist sundresses, sarongs, shoes again very small sizes, sunglasses, speakers, tripods , luggage, jewellery and of course tourist trinkets carvings, painting and lots of things small and cheap as great presents I found gorgeous ceramic containers with beautiful lip balm inside, small embroiled silk purses, sarongs are all cheap and easy to carry.Theres a beautiful dome centre that is a great photo as well .
All up an hour and half is perfect go as early as possible before the heat gets to you! Rate it a 10/10 experience

Thank CruizyBeatz
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It’s a very nice and old building ,
but not much art in it ! This place is in door but
have no air con , so it’s not a good place to take
The young children to ! They have a lot of fake watches , fake bages , low quality of silver which they look good only ! If you wish to buy something please remember to ask for discount usually you can get up to 50% !!!

Thank Fazghotbi
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Surprisingly nice and clean market a lot of ckothing shops and gems and jewelry was hoping more options for food seems like most of the stalls sells the same soup items but everything was great experience.

Thank leegraceee
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Love markets with all sorts and just watching the locals do their business and for us tourists to buy souvenirs, great.

Thank RuthyGlasgow
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was an interesting experience. There are lots of any thing you want all fake goods. The shop keepers don't harass you which is nice.
Plenty of things if you want a Bargain. The food area is amazing lots of livestock chickens and fish so very fresh
Well worth a visit

Thank bignells
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