Angkor Night Market in Siem Riep

There are two night markets lying close together through a small street. One of which is Angkor Night Market that is open from dusk until midnight. Walking around Night Markets is a time to relax after a day tourists exhausted to visit temples in angkor wat siem Reap cambodia.

Angkor Night Market

Angkor Night Market

Founded in 2007, Angkor Night Market has now more than 250 stalls which all are designed and constructed in a simple and traditional way. It is believed that the market was built to restore and preserve the Khmer culture. Indochina tours

The stalls are designed in simple and traditional way

The stalls are designed in simple and traditional way

The market attracts visitors by various different types of goods such clothing, silk paintings, wood and stone carvings, jewelry, etc. But the special thing is that most are unique household items reflecting Khmer art as well as the culture of Cambodia. Another appealing things to tourists must be theatrical masks and headwear made from authentic and traditional methods. You also can choose products made from recycles materials like bags, wallets, purses and pouches as gift to present relatives, friend when coming back. Such unique items cannot be seen elsewhere.

Wood and stone carvings

Wood and stone carvings

Handmade clothings

Handmade clothings

Don’t miss to enjoy the Cambodia traditional cuisine and drink Angkor beer at Night Market in Siem Riep. You can experience foot massage service at the fish spa to relieve and make your best spirit.

Fish massage at Night Market

Fish massage at Night Market

It is truly an amazing experience to explore the market after dark. Tourists will have unforgettable memories about the Cambodia trip.

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