Every holiday trip can’t be ended without buying souvenirs back home for friends, relatives or family. In each country, the locals sell different, skillfully crafted, local handicrafts and lovely gifts for tourists in term of promoting a country tourism, culture and earning for the daily living. Purchasing those souvenirs should be started with bargaining at most of places and shoulPd not bargain at a few some places that you know those works for social enterprise, non-profit workshops etc, here you’re better to know where the best places to get affordable souvenirs to avoid fake products, cheat, overpriced and scam.

Old Market (Phsar Chas)

This Pnom Penh market is popular for visitors to wander around for shopping as well as there are chances to see locals exchange or trade their local productions such as vegetables, meats, grocery etc and there are a lot of stores selling antique furniture, statues, painting, handicraft, gorgeous tee shirts and other various souvenirs. There are food stores you may want to try, serve different types of local food with reasonable prices.

Made in Cambodia Market

Located in Siem Reap, this market (top) is packed with colorful, original arrays of food, art, clothing, homewares, cosmetics, toys, jewellery, and more - and all, as the name attests, made in Cambodia, in stark contrast to every other market in town, where the majority of the wares sold are generic junk made in China, Vietnam, or Thailand. Those who visit Made In Cambodia have the opportunity to purchase artistically crafted products and luxury goods that redefine what it means to be made in Cambodia today. Each item for sale has been produced by a new generation of talented Cambodians. It's open from noon to 10 pm, and there's an hourlong traditional dance performance staged (free of charge from 6-7pm every Saturday.

Artisan d’Angkor Wood & Stone Carving Centre

Artisans Angkor has developed from the ambitious belief that it is possible to revive ancient Khmer Arts & Crafts while improving the lives of thousands of people living in rural areas. Not only has Artisans Angkor become a company dedicated to the preservation of traditional Khmer skills in silk-making, stone and wood carving, lacquering and painting, but it is also an organization committed to promote the development of individuals and secure their future by the means of education and welfare. Today, Artisans Angkor is proud to show that Cambodian handicraft is still alive and more creative than ever.

Angkor Night Market

Siem Reap's first night market makes for a great stroll in the evening until late at night, where you can also bargain and shopping for items that make great mementos of your visit. There are a lot of souvenir stores selling various local handicrafts, stylish clothes, caps, hats, colorful handbags and so on. At there, you can also find fish massage or general head & foot massage and small bar serving local beer, shakes and other spirits. It is a nice place for tourists to experience and see nightlife.

Street Alley West

The best Siem Reap street for those looking for gorgeous boutique shops and galleries with plenty of excellent local products such as Buddha statues; paintings; beautifully clothes; and crafts including silk products..

Puok Silk Farm

If you're look for silk products, Siem Reap's Puok Silk Farm is highly recommended, displaying and selling various traditional silk products and you also have chance to visit their workshop, worm farm and observe the silkmaking process. You may find why prices are higher than the ones at old market or at any stores, don’t worry; the money you spend is quite suitable for the superior quality.


There are plenty of supermarkets around Siem Reap, but we recommend a few of them which save your time on looking your favorite items. Angkor Market sells most of the things you need, especially international goods, whereas otherwise Angkor Lucky Mall and Asian Supermarket are top choices.

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