T Galleria by DFS Angkor

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T Galleria by DFS Angkor

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Closed until further notice. T Galleria by DFS, Angkor is the largest duty free luxury department store in Cambodia, offering travelers an integrated retail, hospitality and leisure experience. T Galleria by DFS, Angkor features prestigious international fashion and accessories, watches and jewelry, wines and spirits, and beauty and fragrances brands as well as a selection of locally handcrafted artisan products.
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Borneo2000
341 contributions
Avoid
Dec 2019
Avoid this place.
Unless you're in for a non-authentic, overprized shopping experience.
That said, the place is crowded as indicated by other reviewers.
Written 8 January 2020
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Himari I
Osaka, Japan4 contributions
Modern shop in Siem Reap
Dec 2019 • Friends
Most of popular brand clothes and things are available here. All tourists must have a valid flight ticket for a discount. Everything here look nice and high standard. Worth to see and buy.”
Written 30 December 2019
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Jedai79
Singapore, Singapore2,532 contributions
Patronise DFS when you have something in mind.
Dec 2019 • Couples
After going to St John’s Catholic Church on 22 Dec 2019, we used Google Map to explore the neighbourhood. We realised DFS was a 10-min walk away and decided to take a look there.

Upon arrival, I had wanted to make enquiries on Chanel and this DFS did not carry the Chanel Brand.

In our first hotel in Phnom Penh, Hotel Emion, it provided Bodia toiletries. We fell in love with the scent of our shower gel. In this DFS, you will find Bodia products. The Bodia balm that we saw at this DFS was subsequently sold twice its price at Phnom Penh International Airport.

Besides all the branded goods, one can also buy Cambodian cookies from USD 3.75 (rather small pack) onwards. We remember the Cambodian cookies in a more-presentable-box-size as gift cost USD11 thereabout (approximately S$15-16)

This DFS is linked to Angkor Museum. Had wanted to go to Angkor Museum but it was going to close in an hour’s time, thought it’d be too rush to finish seeing all the exhibits.

This DFS is also near Grand Hotel d’ Angkor (also known as Raffles Grand Hotel d’ Angkor), Heritage Walk (Shopping Mall) and Park Hyatt Siem Reap. You can catch a tuk tuk to Heritage Walk if you wish to. We love walking and exploring, we saw a park and a temple right before Grand Hotel d’ Angkor and there was a row of vendors selling flowers as offerings to the God or Goddess in the temple.
Written 29 December 2019
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S V M
Europe282 contributions
Overprized & overcrowded
Dec 2019 • Family
The good things first:
+ some luxury brands
+ staff is very friendly and helpful - even when some tourists show little respect
+ good restaurant
+ it seems that the mall offer tuktuk rides back to hotel (did not use)

What could be better:
- you only find luxury brands, only very few local brands
- the prices are way as high or even higher compared to western European prices, eg a polo from Ralph Lauren range between 100 - 125$, Tiffany was on some pieces 10% above
- I don’t mean it in trash-talking way but there are a lot, and I mean a lot, of chinese tourists and sometimes in a group they show a behaviour that seems to lack the respect for the locals
Written 26 December 2019
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Lee T
Chinatown, Singapore3 contributions
Very nice place!
Dec 2019 • Friends
We have visited this place about an hour before continue to see the temples. Everything was nice and branding except the price was really expensive. I bought some clothes for my parent back home. Value for money!
Written 18 December 2019
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The Country Traveller
Cadnam, UK17 contributions
Not the place for 'replica bargains' but fairly priced quality merchandise
Nov 2019
This is an upmarket mall, full of designer shops and restaurants. The quality of the goods on sale is very high, so premium prices. My wife bought a watch at about 2/3rds of the price that she would have paid in the UK. Coach loads of Chinese and Japanese tourists visited while we were there.
Written 16 December 2019
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patber
Malaysia1,425 contributions
Holiday
Dec 2019 • Family
This is an upmarket shopping airport mall in the city. One could see a lot of Northern Asian shopper there.

Price wise is not that cheap compare to other destination. The mall house 2 story with fashion section found on lower floor and accessories and local products on the upper floor.

The building itself is designed like a hotel with food outlet adjoining onto the external patio section.

I would get my brands back home Airport to save on a little penny more.
Written 7 December 2019
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gatorboyOrlando_FL
Orlando, FL477 contributions
Very Popular withTour Groups
Oct 2019
This is a large duty free location with the usual upscale name items. Very popular with Asian tour groups. Prices are not that great measured by what is available back in the US, but it is conveniently located in one place. They do have some local items for purchase(e.g., Artisans Angkor, Claycult Cambodia, Angkor themed t-shirts) but you have to hunt for them (upper floors mainly). So if time is short, you can buy them here (Not familiar with airport prices on these). Remember to bring your passport (although they may accept a photocopy) to qualify for the duty free purchase. Personnel are friendly and the shops would be recognizable in Singapore or other large Asian cities. You qualify for free tuk-tuk transport if you purchase a minimum amt. Sorry don't remember the number. Next door to the National Museum which has some interesting things to buy in their gift shop. Great a/c, so cool off on a hot, humid, rainy day.
Written 25 November 2019
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Deb W
Reno, NV2,114 contributions
Large modern shop
Oct 2019
This is just a large DFS shop. Upstairs there is an area with local products. Otherwise it's just like a big shop in an airport. The air-conditioning was a nice sensation as it was so hot outside. The prices are high.
Written 5 November 2019
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Gap P
Bangkok, Thailand3 contributions
Nice staff and reasonable prices
Oct 2019 • Family
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Mr. Borath (brand Tom ford) is very nice and friendly. He offered many low priced stuffs and helped us to find-out some items.
Written 24 October 2019
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T Galleria by DFS Angkor is open:
  • Sun - Sat 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM