Khett Siem Reab Shopping

  • Shopping
    by akkipaa
  • Shopping
    by akkipaa
  • Shopping
    by akkipaa

Khett Siem Reab Shopping

  • Souvenir Shops at Angkor Complex

    THIS IS THE MAIN DESTINATION when going to Siem Reap, this is the reason while many tourists go to Siem Reap. To Visit the Assorted Pagodas, Temples and Shrines at the Huge Angkor Complex and THIS IS THE REASON while there is an army of souvenir shops dotting the huge angkor complex. You will find these souvenir shops and mini food stalls...

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  • Souvenir Shops at Chnong Keas Tonle Sap

    like in other major tourism areas, Chnong Keas floating village and the nearby Kompong Pluk Floating village and the boat terminal of the Tonle Sap Tours has a many souvenir shops but they are not as numerous as the assorted souvenir shops located all around the Huge Angkor Complex and in Siem Reap, the novelty of the souvenir shops here is that...

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  • Shops at the Siem Reap Airport

    being a small airport, Siem Reap International Airport has not many shops inside both the arrival and departure areas. The stores at the arrival area are just the dufry duty free shops and money exhange shop plus some local souvenir boutiques and mobile phone companies selling prepaid SIM cards and phones for travellers, At the departure area,...

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  • Only The Second Shopping Mall in Siem...

    This will be my Lucky Plaza Mall Shopping Tips.Lucky Plaza Mall is a relatively new Mini Shopping mall (why do i call it mini? since it is only a three story mall and the total area is quite small by south east asian standards like in singapore or thailand or philippines where they have HUGE Shopping Malls!). They say that this mall opened just in...

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  • Pub Street Alleys

    Pub Street is just one small street from end to end is just about 400 meters long but like a spider, with a web around it, it has many alleys and side streets that ends at Pub Street and there are many commercial establishments, stores, souvenir shops, hole in the wall, restaurants, bars and what have you lining the unnamed alleys lining the...

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  • Angkor National Museum Shop

    Like other Museums Worldwide, The Angkor National Museum has it's own souvenir Shop located inside the premises. What you can find inside are the typical Siem Reap Souvenir Items like the Assorted Silk Bags, Scarves, Silk Ties, Laterite Statues and Carvings, Kitschy Souvenir Items like refrigerator magnets, coffee mugs, cup holders, key chains,...

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  • Street Vendors

    If you are the adventurous type, then you can buy some items at street or sidewalk vendors like bottled water, cigarettes, candies, lighters, Cambodian Street Food, snacks, juices and other kinds of knick knacks. these street or sidewalk vendors usually do not overcharge tourists unlike the vendors at the Markets. but be sure to have some cambodian...

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  • Convenience Stores in Siem Reap

    like is any country in the world, Cambodia has it's fair share of small stores and convenience stores (both 24 hour and the non 24 hour kind) but a contrast in the convenience stores here is the absence of famous international convenience store chains like 7-11, Mini Stop or Watsons. They have their own locally convenience stores, sometimes with...

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  • Artisans D' Angkor

    This will be my Shopping tips on Artisans D' AngkorComing from a destructive Genocide during the Pol Pot Regime in the 1970's where 1/4 of the population were killed and most of them are the skilled people, Cambodia became one of the poorest countries of the world because of this and this is why there are many Non Governmental Organizations (NGO's)...

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  • Shopping Along Old Market (Phsar Chas)

    This will be my old market shopping tipsThe Old Market of Siem Reap (Psar Chas) is the busiest market in town due to it's central location just a stone's throw away from the touristy pub street and the alleys along pub street. It is even more popular than the newer Central market along Sivutha Boulevard for tourists and the Siem Reap Night Market...

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  • Shops Along Sivutha Boulevard

    Being the main road of Siem Reap besides National Road 6, Pokambor Avenue and Charles De Gaulle Avenue, Sivutha Boulevard houses most of the commercial shops, restaurants, massage parlors (decent ones, ok), the only KFC in Siem Reap, Lucky Mall (The Only Mall of Siem Reap), convenience stores, souvenir shops, gasoline Stations and other hosts of...

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  • Souvenirs from Siem Reap

    Some stuffs to buy in Siem Reap.1) Krama (traditional scarf) at the market. If I'm not mistaken, I bought it for about USD 3. They come in various colors, and make lovely gifts for ladies. 2) All sorts of teas, e.g. lemongrass, jasmine, etc. They are packaged nicely as gift. 3) Books on Angkor.4) Magnets...I like the ones made from photographs of...

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  • Shopping by night

    The Angkor Night Market is open daily from 4 p.m. till midnight. It has about 80 different stalls which include some food stalls/court. There's live painting and a massage salon too. handicrafts, souvenirs, clothes and a lot more. I looked for silk clothes and bags. Just bargain ;-)

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  • A great shop that benefits the community

    This is a wonderful shop. They have one location in Siem Reap and another in the Phnom Pehn airport. Les Artisans d'Angkor is a foundation set up by mostly European donors that trains young Cambodians the art of the ancient Khmer civilization. You can walk through the main workshops and see the artists at work. There is a lovely shop that sells the...

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  • Yummy Sugar Apples

    If you are driving from Siem Reab to Poipet on your way back to Bangkok, you keep your eyes peeled for the little roadside stops where locals sell sugar apples (Anona squamosa Linn.). The fruit has sweet white segmented flesh (somewhat like jackfruit) wrapped around black seeds. 100 riel (US$0.02) will get you two pieces of sugar apples.

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  • Rice bags

    This is a little but nice Bags and Accessories shop. Specialized in rice bags. They claim that they pay their workers fairly. Therefore the bags are a bit more expensive than on the markets and a bit nicer done (motives in front and so on) 10$ and up

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  • Bargains galore!

    Psar Chaa is a great indoor market where you can find lots of bargains and, after you've shopped to your heart's content, you can also purchase extra luggage to bring your bargains home in!!! Anything and everything from local craftwork to luggage to bring it all home in. Bartering will get you some real bargains here.

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  • Palm Sugar

    The locals prepare palm sugar in this area. It is very sweet and it takes quite some effort to get the sugar out of the palm. It is a good souvenir to take back home. Palm Sugar 3 USD per kg

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  • Best place for shopping in Siem Reap

    There are many small local shops in Old Market area. You can buy souvenirs, clothes, bags, books and many more. If you are brave enough, you can take a stroll in wet market which I also did. Travel book copies are very cheap here. If you want to save some money, you can start from travel books. T-shirts, bags and local souvenirs are also very...

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  • Khmer Souvenirs

    As a general comment on souvenir shopping: The best quality Artisan Angkor school shop but the best price old maket. Artisan D'angkor has great stone carvings, clothing, books, scarves for warm or cold weather and various nick nacks at fixed price The Old Market has anything and everything which you need to negotiate the most agreeable price. .

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  • Shopping in Siem Reap

    I found the Centre Market the best place to browse for souvenirs and handicrafts while in Siem Reap. Bargain hard for items like silk blouses, cushion covers, bags, t'shirts, etc, etc. There are many stalls here with persistent stall holders. You can definitely pick up a bargain!! Silk blouses, bags, T'shirts, silk cushion covers, etc,...

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  • A LITTLE PIECE OF ANGKOR

    ARTISANS D' ANGKOR IS THE PLACE TO GO TO BUY A TRULY UNIQUE PIECE OF KHMER ART.BEFORE GOING TO CAMBODIA I HAD HEARD A LOT ABOUT ARTISANS AND WAS VERY KEEN TO GO THERE AND SEE THE CRAFTSMEN FOR MYSELF AND HOPEFULLY GET TO BUY SOMETHING THAT WOULD FOREVER REMIND ME OF CAMBODIA AND ITS PEOPLE.ARTISANS D' ANGKOR WAS SET UP IN 1998 WITH HELP AND...

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  • Do all of your gift shopping here!

    This group trains locals in many traditional Cambodian art forms - stone carving, silk painting, woodworking, etc. Over 1000 people employed, and you can visit their workshops. Was very interesting to walk through. Wide selection of gifts in the store, and they accept credit cards. There is no negotiating here.

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  • Night Market and Central Market and Old...

    In general, we found more things to see at the central market. It is very big. Depending on which type of souvenir you are looking for take time to look around and compare vendors as prices vary sometimes- a lot.The Night market has a better "atmosphere" and is enclosed in a limited area. And the vendors are competitive. But not pushy. It just felt...

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  • Go to the Night Market for unique finds

    Although the list says it opens from 4pm till midnight; most shops in there actually open mcuh later. Best time to go would be after dinner, around 7pm. Not a lot of shops, but because these are really geared towards tourists, the prices are slightly higher, but the quality's better and you can find stuff here you will not find elsewhere. For...

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  • Angkor T-Shirt

    The airport shop sells good quality t-shirt with beautiful Buddha head print. For religion reason, I did'nt get it though I love to have one as to remember Angkor. How nice if they could have children of Siem Reap as theme for the t shirt design.

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  • Buddha Head souvenirs

    Stalls around Angkor, "Angkor Cafe" opposite Angkor Wat , Centre Market and souvenir shops in hotels if you are a Buddist or love the sculputure of Buddha head and relevant souvenirs, they are plenty from Angkor to the town centre.Some of the hotel souvenir shops may offer better quality stuffs but with an overcharging price Around 50% if you are...

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  • need no guide for shopping

    Shopping is always an important itineary for me. Apart for my own and family members, I would purchase some goods home for my little off season business.If you are thinking shopping for clothes, Siem Reap is deffinately not the place. Limited choices with most of the goods being imported from Thailand with higher price. But if you are not visiting...

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  • Bazaar or Angkor

    Souvenirs, you can't escape them. Basically you have 2 choices (not even mentioning the ridicously priced hotel shops).1. Bazaars in "downtown" Siem Reap. Lots of choice.2. (mainly) Kids selling souvenirs around the Angkor Temple. You will be having a hard time to resist these.

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  • Photography Gallery (Angkor photos)

    OK. So, we had to meet this other "John McDermott" when we were in Cambodia. After all, he shares my husband's name.Simply put, he is an AMAZING photographer. His shots of Angkor will transport you BACK to Angkor after you have left.You can buy original, limited edition prints ($$$) or digital reproductions ($). We bought 1 original print and 3...

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  • T-shirt, Tank top

    you can get t-shirt, tank top, cushion case for about $1.5 each, great deals!I wore one in Phuket. New market. We asked our Tuk Tuk driver to stop by the new market for an half hour, before moving on to the eating place.

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  • Go Local - Visit the Market

    This is the place to get that local vibe...very colorful, down to earth and full of charm. A must visit if you really want to see the real Cambodian way of life. But of course as a tourist one may expect to be treated as one...read "over-priced"! Be ready to haggle and be generous with that smile (usually comes with "no thank you"). Local crafts,...

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  • Central Market

    Very near from the city, this market can be reached by a 10 minutes tuk-tuk/motorbike/bicycle ride. There are many shops selling all sorts of souvenirs, local crafts, and clothing etc. If you want to get stuff but do not wish to go further to the Old Market, shopping here will do as well!

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  • What to Buy

    there are a lot of shops throughout siemreap and also in the Angkor Temple area. For Souvenirs, i suggest to buy in the Angkor Temple Area, as a lot of kids will be begging you to buy those items from there.In Central or Old Market, you can get those gems, silver, gold, shoes, scarfs in good price. In Angkor Temple,$1 for 4 Flutes. Although the...

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  • Wood Crafts of Banteay Srei

    Wide range of large wood crafts like vase, lamps, horse, apsaras, etc can only be seen here. The craft itself might not be as detail as famous Balinese crafts, it's made of very high quality wood, and of course comes with higher price tag. Other 'common' souvenirs are more expensive compare to town. Large piece of wood crafts You may bargain for...

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  • Srah Srang

    Vendors start to shout "One Dollar! One Dollar!" as you walk towards the bathing pool. I shall award Fair Price Award to vendors here. Price offered is of closest to local price.A lady offered me her baby for One Dollar as well -laugh-We almost took all T-shirts of a Vendor, she's so happy and gave us a bangle and a postcard for free.If you missed...

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  • Convenient Shopping Spot

    You can get almost all local crafts here, except only few options of wood crafts available. It consists of two parts, wet market and dry market. Souvenirs shops are all at dry market and locals buy fresh stocks from wet market. There's a section of gem stores separating both. You can get very nice cambodian silk product here. We've bought formal...

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  • Cambodian silks

    Our driver took us to the silk farm, which we found very educational and developed a complete respect for the patience and perfectionism of the artisans. However, he also told us that many of the industries are European controlled, and profits are also largely directed in that way. We asked if there were any locally controlled silk industries,...

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  • Shopping at the old market

    In every country or town I like to stroll at the markets to feel the atmosphere and catch some flavour of the daily life. This market, the Psar Chaa, was my first market in Cambodia and as every market I enjoyed the liveliness and the abundance of products. Name it and you can buy it here. Except experiencing the atmosphere, I also end up mostly...

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  • Hand Made Greeting Cards

    How I wished I could get some more of these hand made greeting cards from the old market in Siem Reap town. It's just USD1 and the painting is so fancinating.

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  • Artisans d'Angkor

    Artisans d' Angkor has a few shops, selling traditional crafts rooted in the Khmer cultural heritage. The products are made in the Artisans d'Angkor workshops or in the villages all over the country. I visited the shop in Siem Reap in a nice green garden after I had visited the nearby workshops of stone and woodcarving and lacquer and sandstone...

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  • Banteay Srey Souveniours

    Tourist will normally draw a crowd, lots of souveniour shops around. The souveniour which I found around Banteay Srey is usually very colourful. Lots of antiques here but BARGAIN is a must.

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  • Souvenirs of Angkor Wat

    When we were at Angkor Wat we checked out some of the souvenir stalls, but we found little choice at expensive prices. The large shops on the road to Angkor Wat are very expensive - probably because of the number of staff.I asked one local lady at Angkor Wat where the best place was to get souvenirs. She advised me that I should go to the market in...

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  • Where the locals go

    This is where the locals go to get their household goods. This place is quite big. In the front there are lots of food stalls with cheap eats. Lots of curries, noodle dishes and veggies. Inside the market there are house hold goods, various food items for sale, clothes, etc. Not many tourists visit this, which is a shame, since it's quite...

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  • Bargain to get a bargain.

    All the roadside shops in Siem Reap are a fun place to shop. All of these shops carry crafts made by the Khmer people. There is nothing called a fixed price for ANY of the items in these shops. One has to bargain to get a good value on the items. However, unlike in other Asian cities, bargaining here is a bit of a fun experience in that the Khmers...

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