After seeing some of the things that you can buy in Siem Reap maybe you’re wondering where the heck you’ll find those pieces.
Here’s a list of the markets that you can go to in Siem Reap.
Pubstreet: This probably is the next popular thing in Siem Reap next to Angkor Wat and Tonle Sap. You can find a lot of restaurants, bars and shops in pubstreet. Explore the small alleys and you’ll find some designer shops.
Poetry: One of the shops you’ll find near Pubstreet. Poetry showcases unique pieces by two Filipino designers, Don Protasio and Loven Ramos.
Artisan d’Angkor: An organization helping Cambodian learn to become highly skilled craftsmen. You can buy their products in support to their organization. Their products include high quality sculptures, paintings, silk weavings and much more.
Old Market: Probably the biggest market in Siem Reap that caters to tourists and locals alike. You’ll find a variety of interesting stuff here. On the other side of the river, you’ll find a newly built market called Angkor Arcade for more shopping stalls.
Angkor Trade Center: An small air-conditioned mall near the Old Market. There’s a supermarket, a bookstore, Pizza Co. and Swensen’s on the ground floor. There’s a small gaming arcade on the third floor.
Night Market: You’ll find almost the same stuff being sold in Old Market. But it’s still a nice market to visit.
D’Books: New and second hand books being sold here.
Rogue: Selling new and second hand ipods and tshirts. Check out their website for other services that they’re offering. another shop selling Apple products is iOne2u located on the main street in front of Hotel de La Paix. Authentic Apple products which probably is one of the cheapest stores selling Ipods and Macs in Southeast Asia (8Gb Itouch at $229 same price with US).
Center Market: Near Hotel de La Paix, sells the same items as Old Market.
Lucky Mall: You’ll find here a supermarket, an electronics shop, an appliance center, a Nokia Shop and a couple of restaurants. There’s a newly opened Japanese buffet on the 3rd floor.
Angkor National Museum Mall: Selling genuine Cambodian arts and crafts.
The 1961: A boutique hotel, gallery, shop and restaurant in one place. You’ll find a lot of nice items here like one of a kind accessories and clothes made by Loven Ramos. You could also buy artworks by local artists.
And when you get tired visiting all those market, you might wanna try feeding the fishes with your dead skin cells. (LOL)