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Angkor Night Market, Siem Reap
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Some 200 bamboo huts open around sunset to sell a variety of souvenirs, handicrafts, and textiles at Angkor Night Market, taking advantage of the cooler temperatures and nightlife in the Siem Reap neighborhood. The spot combines shopping for local goods with parties, bars, and foot spa or massage treatments. An internationally sponsored, non-profit initiative aimed at boosting Khmer handicrafts against Chinese mass-production, the market occupies a niche targeting tourists. Prepare for a hard bargain as you browse through locally woven silk paintings and puppets made of Chinese silk yam, or examine stone carvings displaying national motifs. The night market lies just a few blocks away from the Old Market, off Sivatha Boulevard. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Siem Reap holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Angkor Night Market and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Amazing culture. I loved the cheap alcoholic drinks. Johnnie Walker drink specials for usd2!!!! Fried ice cream treats. Craft items and amazing souvenirs for under usd10. But my favourite would be the...  more »
  • Night market may once have been something great but now it's just several dozen of the same shop selling the same souvenirs and t-shirts you find everywhere. If you are looking for something to that e...  more »
  • It's fun, colourful, vibrant and a must see - something here for everyone. Whether you want fried scorpion on a stick, small fish to nibble your feet, a relaxing drink, gifts for friends or you're aft...  more »
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  • A good place to gain unwanted attractions from tuk tuk drivers. You can get cheap massages sans happy endings, and you can exsanguanate your wallet on night market trinkets. Be sure to visit the bits next to the westernized bars as the shops are cleaner and better organized.
  • Interesting market to visit for the night. Very recommendable to take a stroll amongst the different little shops that are open at night offering all kinds of products, you can also find shops that sell stones here. There is unique stall that sell not common animal like scorpion, worm, etc.
  • Beautiful stalls, some talented artists working at their stalls, others have what you'd find at any other market in Cambodia, but it's got a great atmosphere and the sellers are polite and friendly! Don't be afraid to barter or walk away if the price isn't right.
  • Great deals if you bargain, bargain, bargain. Whatever number they start at, definitely half it. The only an annoyance is the constant badgering. Look for the ladyboy show nightly for free
  • After a long day at the temples, we de-stressed by shopping here. Plenty of selections, although some shops sold the same kind of souvenir shirts. Learn the art of haggling. I found some shirts that were handpainted by artists that were really nice. Of course, we tried all sorts of local fruits as we strolled along the market. Plenty of interesting stores. I suggest you scope out the stores on the first night, then return the following day once you know what you want.