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Psar Chaa - Old Market, Siem Reap

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Experience the flavors of Cambodia at Psar Chaa - Old Market, a historical shopping area with food, drinks, and souvenirs. Soak in the sights and sounds of this busy market as you shop for gifts. This open-air market is popular among Cambodians and tourists alike and sells everything from silk fabric and stone carvings to regional fare. If you tire of shopping, you can always explore nearby restaurants and bars or walk along the riverside. Use our Siem Reap holiday planner to arrange your visit to Psar Chaa - Old Market and other attractions in Siem Reap.
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  • The Old Market is well organized and you can get just about anything! Just remember never pay the asking price, always barter!  more »
  • I had breakfast here twice, both noodle soup dishes. Very good place to people watch. I actually bought some prahok sac, and fresh rice noodle home.  more »
  • All of the tourist markets in Siem Reap are close to each other. While it offers tourist items, it does offer items that locals might want to.  more »
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  • Great food! Chilled atmosphere! I'm so in love xD
  • A popular tourist destination, though not as authentic as it used to be. Mostly selling factory-made souvenirs to tourists these days, it doesn't have the spirit of a real Cambodian market anymore. The Psah Leuh on N6 is more representative, and for souvenirs try the Made in Cambodia Market behind the Post Office.
  • If you want a taste of Cambodia, you should go to eat here rather then a restaurant where you can only find all the same things. In this market you can find the traditional food that Cambodian people eat everyday.
  • central market in siem reap. nice silk offers.
  • Great place to shop for souvenirs and even groceries if you have a mind to. The daytime market prices tend to be cheaper as the rent is lesser compared to the stalls that pop up at night. Most importantly bargain! 50-60% off is the generally rule of thumb.