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User Reviews (7 Reviews)
- Angkor Night MarketMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFirst to ReviewDec 17, 2013
While it’s tempting to spend each night in Siem Reap noshing in a different restaurant – Mexican, Cambodian, or Japanese – you’re doing yourself a profound disservice if you don’t make some time to visit the city’s amazing night markets as well. The Khmer barbeque restaurants in particular are outstanding (and cheap!) and make what is possibly the world’s best banana shake.Recommended for:Foodies
- Angkor Night MarketMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Sep 11, 2012
Eh. It's not like this is the best night market ever but it does sell all the knick knacks you could ask for. You could bargain all you want here. I actually bargained down a t-shirt to one dollar but I felt bad at cutting the t-shirt's ladies margins that I gave her two. Though, I totally got shanghaied on a silver pendant. I could have gotten it for five when they charged me fifteen. I must have made his week.
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- Angkor Night MarketJul 05, 2012
This is not a restaurant or place to eat. This is a souvenir market, opens at 4pm and goes till 12 midnight. The prices here are better than at the Old Market. You can't eat here ( the street stalls and BBQ are just before the night market, right before Pub Street ), but if you want any kind of trinket or t-shirt to take home, this is your place.