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Psar Chaa - Old Market

Psar Chaa Road, Siem Reap 17252, Cambodia
+855 96 536 2222
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Siem Reap, Cambodia Old market would you like to see Cambodia life food , Cambodia souvenirs , old market will make you enjoy able with city tours walking around to see and buy some Khmer souvenir bring back home for family gifts or friend gifts. Old Market that is center of Siem Reap town it easy to find locate and easy to take your ways to come Old Market , you just pay $2 -$5 from your hotel with Tuk Tuk , Near by old market you will have good time many type of bar and restaurants , we call that location "Pub Street " a lots western food style with Cambodia food style , can find some more interest with you walking a long the Siem Reap riverside you will see other market name Angkor Art Night Market. Old market open from 7:00 am till 8:00 pm some stores still till 11: 00 pm. What would you like to buy from the old market , buy souvenirs , buy food , or take look around. Old market post would like to inform all visitor should taking yourself and your products when you lose no return.
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“night market” (30 reviews)
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Psar Chaa Road, Siem Reap 17252, Cambodia
+855 96 536 2222
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Old Market (Psah Chas, pronounced “psa cha”) is the one most people will get to know though. Right in the heart of town, it’s got location, posterity and an abundance of offerings on its side. It’s like a Tardis-market; they’ve got clothing, spices, housewares, jewellery,...More

Thank Reak S
Reviewed 1 week ago

This market consists of souvenirs, local delights, cafes and restaurants around it. Most items are the local items ranging from food items to the souvenirs. Have to becareful when purchasing any souvenirs, some prices can differ from one stall to another. Best to bargain and...More

Thank Relic86
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Its similar to most Asian markets except that the market becomes less visible at night as make shift shops selling souvenir take over the front of the market. Theres also quite a number of permanent souvenir shops inside but the place is humid, crowded and...More

Thank cyrildason
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Wandered around on our own after seeing the sights in Siem Reap. Most of the shops on the outside are designed to drag in the tourists, but it is a real working market, so if you want to get a feel for the local culture,...More

Thank Jon_the_Scone
Reviewed 24 April 2017

The diversity we see amongst the Pan Asian Countries irrespective of the size or the distance between each is quite amazing - be it in dressing, food, language, festivals etc. I for one am a sucker to visit the "old school" of any place I...More

2  Thank HappyFeetUSA
Reviewed 24 April 2017

Loved this market. Plenty of the usual same same but different t-shirts and Cambodian pants. However there is also an extensive section for jewellery- buyer beware ok?- not sure how legitimate the goods are. Also plenty of tourist curios, DVD's, kids clothes, shoes and so...More

1  Thank Craig D
Reviewed 20 April 2017

We went here in search of fabrics , and loved it. Definitely authentic , lots of spices and dried fish , and meats for sale. The flower section is amazing! There are also sections of the market that sell tourist souveniers just like very other...More

1  Thank Shay K
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Situated nearby pub street. Just a walking distance. Full of local products. However I do not like it because it was connected next to the wet market. I do not like that smell and uncomfortable for it.

1  Thank Fuwa C
Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

We definitely recommend this little market, although touristy it does offer authentic Cambodian food and products. Worth a visit. Definitely more livelier at night and full of pubs and bars.

Thank wangkyin
Reviewed 23 March 2017

Spent few days in Siem Reap and literally went to the Market everyday. It's easy to get to by foot or tuktuk. There were many shops selling condiments, dried food, fresh vegies and souvenirs, most slightly highly priced than average, so bargain all you can....More

3  Thank nurulshima14
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Iva I
What's the opening hour of this old market? What time they close?
10 May 2017|
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Response from HappyFeetUSA | Reviewed this property |
Open at 7am and closes at 5pm!
Hello I will be in Siem Reap during the Buddhist Holiday. I was wondering if the Old Market will be opened on Wed 12th May 2017? Thank you
30 March 2017|
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Response from David B | Reviewed this property |
it is open everyday.
Hi, hoping someone can assist me with the 2 questions below: Im interested in getting genuine silks in Siem Reap, be it scarfs, handbag or anything made of genuine silks or even raw silks. I have read from a post somewhere, though that was few years back that Mrs Pisey was operating a silk stall at the Psar Chaa. Is she still operating there? Any other places that you can recommend me? at reasonable price. Artisans Angkor silk farm is rather expensive from what i read. What about genuine gem stones like sapphire, emerald in Siem Reap? Thanks so much for the help. Regards: Desmond
20 April 2016|
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Response from David B | Reviewed this property |
I once bought some silk cushion covers from Psar Chaa, and they did not last very long. Later I bought some new ones from the Artisans Angkor and I still have them. So it is the old story. You get what you pay for... More