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Angkor Night Market
Ranked #78 of 191 things to do in Siem Reap
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Voted one of Travel and Leisure's Top 5 Things to Do in Siem Reap, we are Cambodia's first Night Market. The Angkor Night Market offers a hassle free, enjoyable, safe shopping experience in a Cambodian-inspired setting. Here, under our thatch-roof huts, you will find something for everyone - whether you are shopping for souvenirs and original-made products, looking to take a break with massage or spa services or feeling like bite to eat in a vibrant setting, we have you covered. Looking for a sunset cocktail? Brick House rooftop is one of the best-kept secrets in town. Angkor Night Market is a one-stop-shop for your evenings out in Siem Reap. Angkor Night Market also offers wheelchair access, clean toilets on site, fire prevention and fire fighting systems on site for a safe and enjoyable experience for all. Our entrances have recently been updated - from Night Market St. Turn left onto Angkor Night Market St. And find Entrance A, with the updated Island Bar and Kroma House up front. Alternatively, turn right to find the Brick House at Entrance B. For an authentic experience, look for the Angkor Night Market Logo. Wheelchair accessible.
Useful Information: Activities for young children, Wheelchair access, Food available for purchase, Activities for older children, Bathroom facilities
Reviewed January 4, 2014 via mobile

If you have a free few hours than give it a trie.
You can also buy a drink overthere in some fancy nice pubs.
Good materials for good price. Negociate always. Usualy you can buy 2 for the price they are asking for 1. Just offer a 50% smaller price and turn your back. They will take it.

Thank Mihail P
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Reviewed January 3, 2014

People expect too much from these markets. They want to see 500 stalls with little boutiques selling handcrafts and unique things, for next to nothing. You can get it here, but the markets off Pub street and night markets are full of the same stuff you would see in Thailand, Hong Kong, Laos, Vietnam etc. T shirts, pictures, metal jewellary, scarfs and table cloths etc. All this stuff is made in China and Bangladesh etc and come here in huge shipping containers and given to traders to flog.

There is some lovely stuff. I have a $30 dollar rule, anything under $30 is perceived value to me, and I am happy for the trader to get a win because I am happy to pay for it. I cant be bothered to haggle, il set a price i'm happy in my head to pay and then ill buy it or walk away, usually buying it quickly.

We got

1. Beautiful large blue tablecloth made of cotton and silk (prob not much silk) paid $29 for it, could have got it cheaper but was worth it to us

2. Massive oil painting of Angkor Wat. SO these paintings get sent on mass with the sketches already on the canvass, and then the locals just paint by numbers with oils. Dont matter they still look lovely and bet no one on your street will have one on their wall. paid $35 for it, was really happy with it

Other than that, usual postcards, got night massage, had a beer and whats more right next to ABABA curry house, which does outstanding curry.

1  Thank Sherro74
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Reviewed December 31, 2013

Ok, its like many others in SE Asia, but its got some different things as well.
Theres the fott massage places where you watch a doco on Angkor Wat. Thees the few handicraft outlets. Theres some good food outlets tucked away, and also a Blue Pumpkin Ice cream outlet as well.
The foot massages are usually owned by the same person.

As god as anywhere and makes for an enjoyable walk post dinner

Thank Dara-Khmer
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Reviewed December 27, 2013

If visiting Siem Reap the night markets are a place you must visit at least once. This is not a single market as such but a number spread over different spots in the main part of town and also near many good eating spots.

While there are a large number of stalls it does get quite repetitive (same same as they say there) with much of the stuff of the cheap quality but you can and must bargain and some good prices can be obtained.

Even if you are not shopping it is a place you could easily spend an hour or two just looking around.

Thank 23PeterJ
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Reviewed December 16, 2013

It is in Down Town, very close the Pub street. The night market has a lot of souvenirs stalls and different kind of furniture and home decorations, at the end of the market there is a nice bar and also we've done foot massage and it was OK.

1  Thank Arabianman
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