Restaurant Angkor Night Market Angkor Night Market St Krong Siem Reap Cambodia Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Angkor Night Market is special ?
The First Night Market In Cambodia, Angkor Night Market is still open. When you arrive from Sivutha turn to the left you will then see (Entrance A) Here you will find the new Island Bar at the front together with the Kroma House, behind which you will see CoCo House and many stalls offering a wide selection of local goods and Souvenirs, through to the back where you can find Baray Spa and enjoy a massage.
Arriving from Sivutha and turn to the right (Entrance B) you will see the new Brick House and like Entrance A you will find a wide choice of goods and a place to enjoy a chilled massage. The Night Market offer you a Hassle Free, Enjoyable Safe Shopping Experience With Khmer Village Type Feel.
Bar – Restaurants – OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, Street Food – Soft Drinks & Snack Shop, Boutique And Souvenir Shops – Selected Cambodian Products – Massage And Spa, Wheelchair Access / Clean Toilets On Site, Fire Prevention / Fire Fighting System On Site.
For more adventurous, you can try this food:
Chilli fried insects
It’s deep fried and coated in something that seems to be a mix of salt, herbs and chilli, spindly legs neatly folded between a big, hard shelled body
- Great place to eat
- Very interesting experience
- Best place with cheap foods
- Very good local foods
- A must go!
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
Angkor Night Market Angkor Night Market St Krong Siem Reap Cambodia
Tips for you
This is a fun time, Although the stalls start to get all a little familiar, selling the same things, it is a fun way to interact with locals. Inside at the rear music was playing with a number of lady boys lip-syncing popular songs. Have fun and remember keep a smile on your face and barter. Visited August 2015
This was such a nice experience- the market was clean and in nice wooden huts selling different types of souvenirs- yes it sells the travelling pants and t-shirts but they also have nice gifts. Less business and hassle from the locals.
Yes absolutely this place exists for tourist and everyone caters for it. For that reason its not hugely different from any other (night) market in SE Asia nor are the wares being peddled, but still: The vibrancy and the smells and sounds make it a must if you're staying in town. The same goes for Pub Street... though we felt it was all rather more expensive having just come from Thailand Visited August 2015
Very organized -- they have the food, art, and fashion set in different sections. Be careful with remork drivers as they tend to be assertive on getting tourists to take their ride.