Madam Sachiko Angkor Cookies, Siem Reap

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Save some packing space for sweet souvenirs from Madam Sachiko Angkor Cookies, home of handmade Cambodian treats. Browse through a big selection of exclusive gifts, made using fresh local ingredients. Once you stock up on goodies for everyone back home, taste test the coffee and cookies at the nearby cafe, where you can sit, sip, and snack. Put Madam Sachiko Angkor Cookies into our Siem Reap online attractions planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Siem Reap.
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  • Neither, but I tasted a special good, but it is expensive. Is Japan buy high because Japanese tourists. So had recommended magazines go, took it in the car, but for their own good, I didn't buy. Souvenirs for friends, just bought one box too.
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  • Mango Poker good ice. Pumpkin pudding was simple. There was plenty of pineapple juice. Plenty of good, to share among the three. Encore cookies at the back is a famous shop in are good buys. Much of the city is cheaper than buying at the airport. The airport into three types was $ 20
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  • I bought around 20000 Yen! Likely little contribution and thinking, I went for the first time. Outside the mango jus less ice dark eyes are delicious! Buy Encore cookies in the Asian market, compared to eat does not change so much! Afford to make money is a little bit higher than in small packaging do not cost as much as $ 5 contributions
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  • Great cookies but the real gold here is their banana chips with Kampot pepper... believe me, you'll forget your name after a bite! Absolutely addicting and you'll end up buying enough for your village.
  • It's such a lovely place for souvenirs. I love Angkor Wat cookies.
  • Japanese run bakery. Cookies taste great but it is also very pricy compare to other good cookie you can buy from five star hotel.
  • good selection of cookies to buy as souvenir
  • Outlook on the nipponese tourists purveyor store. Japanese but come one after the other. No cookies are easy-to-eat Japanese taste in souvenirs in passing and fail. Because tasting can freely I have lots I. In addition, in the coffee shop's Wi-Fi mango Poker ate the ice. Was very good.
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