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Siem Reap, Cambodia Old market would you like to see Cambodia life food , Cambodia souvenirs , old market will make you enjoy able with city tours walking around to see and buy some Khmer souvenir bring back home for family gifts or friend gifts....More
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After long days walking in the Temples, then you will wish to stay at your hotel and enjoy a well deserved rest, a dinner and then go to bed.
I believe this is a mistake.
You do need your rest, but after one hour or...More
Psar Chaa or The Old Market sell pretty much everything, from souvenirs to local food, to even explicit trinkets! Thou most stuffs are expensive being a tourist area, if you bargain well enough, they might even halve the price! Do take your time around the...More
This is the main market in town and covers a large block. The market contains souvenirs, clothes, shoes, statues, jewellery and all kinds of nicknacks before entering the wet market area where women sit on the floor preparing fish and other animals for sale. This...More
This market has many night markets around and they sell many souvenir things with good price, but don't forget to bargain with the sellers. At the pub street you can hear the music and watch dancers in the street. It was interesting place and set...More
We were doing a 4 week tour of south east Asia, and we always visit a market or two. This was just like any other. Very cramped, selling similar stuff, have to haggle to get a good price, pushy stall holders, strange foods, and smells,...More
Beware fake silver sold as genuine solid silver and HALLMARKED I purchased from one ‘Authorised 92.5 silver seller in the Night Market and the silver bangle is FAKE - veneer of silver worn off within weeks.(see photo attached)
All the rituals of weighting the item...More
Another SE Asian street market visited & they’re all alike, accept for the names on the T shirts & fridge magnets.
This one is very cramped & they all sell the same stuff as seems customary.
Make sure you haggle hard as they start very...More