Cambodian market in the center of Saigon

Located at 374/51 Le Hong Phong Street, District 10, Le Hong Phong market also called as “Cambodian market” or ” Phnom Penh market” where most of Cambodian – Vietnamese are living and trading here.

Cambodian market

Cambodian market

The market has emerged for decades when there was an immigrating movement of the Cambodia to Vietnam as well as the comeback of Vietnamese who used to live in Cambodia.  Cambodian community in markets is diversified. They may be the original Cambodia living in Vietnam who should consider Vietnam as the second home, getting married with the Vietnamese. They also might those who are the second generation, the offspring. Indochina tours Cambodia

Cambodian market opens from morning to late afternoon and is always crowded with sellers and buyers. With around 200 businesses, the market has sold a lot of goods imported from clothing, shoes to a wide range of foods and specialties which are imported from Cambodia to serve the original Cambodian and people who love culture and cuisine of Cambodia. All of Cambodia items you can be easily found here. Just looking around the Cambodian market, you feel like you are traveling in Cambodia in the middle of Saigon.

Visiting Cambodian market, you cannot fail to mention the unique special dishes here such as “Che” (the Cambodia porridge), “num bo choc” noddles, dried fish from Tonlé Sap, etc. Many interesting things you will have opportunities to experience when coming this Cambodian market located in the middle of Saigon. Vietnam travel packages

The sweet Cambodia porridge

The sweet Cambodia porridge

Dried fishes from Tonlé Sap

Dried fishes from Tonlé Sap

“Num bo choc” noddles

“Num bo choc” noddles

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