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. Take the guesswork out of planning a Siem Reap vacation by using our trip itinerary maker.
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  • There's all kinds of stuff to buy and experience at the night market. One in our group was particularly keen to eat bugs -- and you can do that at the night market. You can get a good price on things ...  more »
  • Good place to shop rather near pub street. Prices are very high so know the price and negotiate. Almost more than half you can go... Recommend to buy all in one place so u can ask for more discount......  more »
  • Really a good night market in Siem Reap.You have shops selling all kind of stuff from small souveniers to electronics.Prices are not cheap but you can bargain and shopkeepers wont argue for it.Many di...  more »
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  • Good places for foreigner s to explore for massage, souvenirs and street foods, especially bugs. I would explore this place first before settle down for a drink or two at the pub street. Prices are not fixed and there for you to bargain. Most places sold almost the same things, so do not buy everything at first sight. Most sellers are capable of speaking and negotiating in several languages. This is quite impressive. Last but not least, there are both Cambodian and Western food restaurant in this area as well
  • The most lively place in town after dark. It's a treat for tourists as you can get souviniers, clothes, shoes, art work and almost every thing you would want to take back home in this market. As most of the tourist places and temples close in the evening ,this is a great way to utilize the time. The pub street has some great music and it goes on till early hours in the morning. The container pub street has also got a stage where the local bands perform. We had seen a performance by the band Small World Small band, and it was quite impressive.
  • This palce are first original night market in Siem Reap town also in Cambodia, that combined more then hundred of Khmer hand make products, restaurant, souvenir shop, massage and spa services. This palace also has been voted as top five things to do in Siem Reap town. If you love to shopping and support with local products this place is your place to be. The seller here are friendly they able to communication with many languages so easy to get what you want. If you need spa, fish or human massage services you can find with low price compared to other place along the road to market too. So you will get more experience with their products.
  • A good place to shop for souvenirs in the evening, especially after the market across the river has closed for the day. There are more stalls here set up by painters and artists, and you may be able to find something that you like here. We stumbled across a shop run by a sketch artist, who puts his prints on t shirts, mugs and even postcards, where part of the sales proceeds go to an orphanage as well. There are restaurants and massage places at the rear, and the usual souvenir, clothing and jewellery shops towards the front. Do please bargain, and do not accept the first price quoted. But also, to be fair tomthe locals, do not try to drive the prices way too low.
  • This is a bustling market . more than 200 shops selling all stuff that you can yhink about. Good local paintings and bowls hand made from coconut shell is a must buy. Price is bargained . hint whatever the price is start by half the price. Five dollar becomes two and a half dollar. At the center of the market you have fresh vegitables fish sea food available. People spend about two hours to three hours here. Lot of spices available in dirt cheap prices.

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