WHERE TO SHOP







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Phnom Penh’s Night Market

The Phnom Penh’s Night Market, also known as Psar Reatrey, is a place that you can visit during the weekends. You will be able to experience eating local street food on carpets that was placed on the floor, buy souvenirs or other products, and also enjoy live performances!

Travelling here: 9 minutes walk from Sunway Hotel Phnom Penh

Address: Preah Moha Ksatreiyani Kossamak Ave (106), Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Opening hours: 5.30pm – 11.00pm (Friday-Sunday)

Tip1: Take good care of your belongings as there might be pickpockets around.

Tip2: Polish up on your bargaining skills to get the best deal around.

Central Market

If you’re looking to buy something, Central Market, also known as Psar Thmei, is the place to go to. In here, you will be able to find a wide variety of choices for your shopping needs, and as there are many locals that will do their shopping here too. The architecture of this building is also one to be admired, adding another reason into the list of reasons you should go to the Central Market and immerse yourself in their culture.

Travelling here: 10 minutes by car from Sunway Hotel Phnom Penh

Address: Central Market, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Opening hours: 7.00am – 5.00pm

Tip1: Beware of your belongings as there might be pickpockets around.

Tip2: Polish up on your bargaining skills as you might need them.

Russian Market

The Russian Market in Phnom Penh is the ideal spot to go to for souvenir shopping. The name of the market came from the fact that it was a popular spot for Russian expats in the past. There is a wide variety of products sold at a low price, making it the ideal spot for tourists to shop in, if you don’t mind the heat.

Travelling here: 20 minutes by car from the hotel

Address: St 155, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Opening hours: 7.00am – 5.00pm

Tip1: This place can get a little crowded, making is stuffy and hot, so bring water along to keep hydrated.

Tip2: Polish up on your bargaining skills as you might need it here.

Tip3: Some of the products that you get there might be fake goods, but there are certain stalls selling genuine products at a very low price, so watch out.

Tip4: As the place is big and crowded, it is easy to get lost in the market, so you might want to pay more attention to your surroundings so that you’ll find your way around.