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Sorya Center Point, Phnom Penh

(2.6/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Once the largest mall in the city, Sorya Center Point still represents an iconic shopping site to the locals. Moving from the ground floor upwards, you'll find stores and vendors selling international and local brands of clothing and shoes, houseware, food, and gadgets. Walk around and explore, or take a break in one of the bars and restaurants with traditional or fast food. For some extra entertainment, check out the cinema on site. With our international travel planner, Phnom Penh attractions like Sorya Center Point can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • The complex is currently under major renovation and not worth a visit. My guess is that it will be at least a couple of more months. 
  • Sorya Shopping Centre used to be THE shopping mall in Phnom Penh many years ago. However, with the recent emergence of shopping mall AEON, Sorya has lost its lustre and the number of visitors has drop...  more »
  • Shopping here is like heaven for a time of too hot or rainy days, here you have every kind of shop what you need, also a cinema and restaurant. Just give it a go for a day. 
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  • At the moment for 80% under construction. They should have planned that better. Floor by floor maybe?? I am sure it will be a good upgrade when finish. I hope i can still find the stuff that i bought before.
  • One of busy shopping center in Cambodia. It is the best place for shopping for both tourists and local people because you can find variety of goods and services in there. You can find your basic needs items on the ground floor. Foods, and drinks section on the ground floor and forth floor. Clothes and electronic items in the third floor, entertainments in the fifth floor. It offers parking area and acceptably hygiene bathrooms. This market opens from 8 am to 9 pm.
  • A few fast food restaurants. Good place to pick up "brand names" clothing
  • Feels like a big flea market with some retail stores mixed in. They are going through construction and there are empty store all over and the layout especially those escalators and insane. Getting help in the big electronic store on the 3rd floor was a cluster F@CK and my head hurt by the time I left. The food court was deserted and confusing to non-locals I recommend the cinema level which seemed to be the place to hang out in that mall. The Lucky Market was okay but I like other locations better.this mall reminds me of the ones in the states that are slowing closing and loosing tenants till they are no more. I found some great deals at the Bangkok Store and in the little clothes area in the winding stalls area. Customer service is zero out there which can be put offing and I used the Canadian Bank branch while there to open account which I should have went to a main branch that could understand international clients. So that was my mistake. Go before 5 and not weekends to avoid the crush.
  • Galway's to ferry cho chang.