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Shopping in Cambodia

28/10/16 15:48 498

Shopping in Cambodia is not like in Bangkok or Singapore in the South East Asia. But when you travel to Phnom Penh or Siem Reap, don't miss some local market to buy some local souvenirs or just have some window shopping for local lives.

Here are the list of some popular shopping places in Cambodia

PHNOM PENH

1- Russian Market: the Russian Market gets its name from the 1980s when it was first popular with foreigners, most of whom were Russian. These days you’ll find expats, locals and tourists from all over the world.

Address: Corner of streets 440 and 155, South of Mao Tse Toung Boulevard, Boeung Keng Kang 3,

Opening hours: 06:00 AM to 17:00 PM

2- Central Market (PhsarThmei):

it’s worth a look even if you’re not hunting for souvenirs or knick-knacks

Opening Hours: 07:00 to18:00 Address:

Address: Street 130, one block East of Monivong Boulevard

3- Aeon Shopping Mall ( modern building)

: The 68,000-square-metre Aeon Mall, opened mid-2014 after 18 months of construction, has given Phnom Penh a world-class shopping mall, the invester is Japanese.

Opening Hours: 09:00to 22:00 (the cinema, bowling and the wine bistro, Terrace, are accessible until midnight).

Address: Sotheros Boulevard, Tonle Bassac next to the Sofitel

4- Night Market (PhsarReathrey):

The Night Market is a popular spot for tourists and locals

Opening Hours: Weekends only, Friday to Sunday from 17:00 until midnight

Location: Riverside, just past Street 108

SIEM REAP

1- Angkor Night Market:

Angkor Night Market consists of over 200 bamboo huts selling a wide range of clothing and handicrafts by local communities and non-governmental organizations

Founded in 2007 to preserve traditional Khmer handicrafts and improve the lives of Khmer people

Opening Hours: 16:00 – 24:00

Address: Off Sivatha Boulevard, Siem Reap

2- Old Market: The Old Market is the oldest Khmer market in Siem Reap, where locals shop for fresh produce and household items in the early morning. Also known as Phsar Chas Opening Hours: Daily 07:00 – 20:00

Location: Psar Chas Road, Siem Reap

The Night Market is a popular spot for tourists and locals

Read more at: http://www.cambodia-hotels.com/phnom-penh/top10/top10-phnom-penh-shoppin...

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