Siem Reap Night Market

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Foursquare Tips

  • DO NOT BARGAIN! Seriously guys. The stuff is so cheap as it is that dropping the price will make no change to your life. But $1 to a Cambodian is a BIG thing. Pay extra. It's worth it.
  • Always bargain / haggle. Do not listen to stupid tourists who advocate for paying extra as a goodwill. Bargaining is expected so the merchants always give you a higher price. Negotiate ! It's not bad.
  • there the shop in the oppisite, cheaper than one at the conner which has pho noodle in front.... about 2times
  • You can find awesome foot massage over here with a very cheap price ($4/hour) or funny fish massage and of course it's cheap too. There is a food course and some Cambodian bar, they are so great
  • Massage in a reclining chair under the stars, accompanied by a well-muddled mojito from the night market bar... definitely one of the highlights of Siem Reap!
  • There is this woodcarver on the market who sells big wooden buddha's for less than 35$ - beautifull
  • Always haggle for more than 50% off the price. I got pants for $3 each that started from $12. Silk scarf from $10 to $4, cotton scarf from $1 each to $1.5 for 2 pcs.
  • The first stall underneath the billboard is good. Fruit shake, lok lak and Cambodia BBQ.
  • Becareful of the massage rates vs the time of the massage
  • Try to canvass among several shops for the lowest prices. It helps to know the local translations for basic terms like 'expensive', 'thank you', 'yes', 'no', etc. Have fun bargaining and shopping!
  • The hand-woven cotton scarves at a beautiful stall in the back of the main market are definitely worth pouring through.
  • Always haggle with the vendors. And dont forget to ask for free stuff if you buy in bulk.
  • Bargain with 50% price less
  • Recently revamp. Now a breezy environment to shop in. Check out the customises flip flop stand.
  • More of a massage and drinking area than a flea market - better shops elsewhere
  • High quality local products on offer from clothing to stone carvings. Friendly sellers
  • The absolute worst. Avoid! Its all the crap you've seen for sale all over Asia, but nothing you want.
  • Slogan of bar street speaks for itself; "sponsoring irresponsible drinking since 1998"
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  • Huge. Makes Bangkok's Khao San Road marker loom amateur