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Angkor Night Markets

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by Lydia C. Lee (subscribe)
Lydia C. Lee is still trying to work out what to do with her one wild and precious life. She currently is a haphazard blogger. Read more at or
Published May 2nd 2014
Traditional yet contemporary, a hip alternative

While the markets in Siem Reap are open late, it is worth making a trip to the specific Angkor Night Markets, even if it's just for dinner. These markets are in an funky setting with two bars to cool your heels at in between shopping.

Stroll the wooden walkways, browsing the stalls. Stop for a drink at the Island Bar or Brick House Bar, relaxing on lounges or using the free wifi. Head to the 'food court' for dinner - a number of little restaurant stalls that surround festively light tables. The food court has international offerings including burgers and chinese food, if you're after something a little different. There's even some spas for a massage.

The stalls are in thatched roofed pavilions, and pebble gardens adorn the walkways. It's a charming atmosphere and less crowded than the busy streets so less stressful and much more pleasant if you're walking with children in tow.

Our visit was hampered by rain, but the stall holders created shelter over the walkways so you could still use the paths without getting wet.

The Angkor Night Markets are open 4pm until 12pm daily.

As they say on their website "Angkor Night Market, a place for you to shop & dine in a vibrant contemporary Khmer environment" and I couldn't agree more!

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Why? Great outdoor setting for dinner or a drink - cool markets in a stunning setting.
When: 4pm til midnight
Phone: (855) 92 654 315
Where: tha Blvd, Steng Thmey Village, Sankat Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap - Kingdom of Cambodia
Cost: Varies but cheap
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