second clothes is cheap up there and local food some more
Well, as a tourist we must go to market to know about the local stuff, this place you can find alot of thing to see, not to buy as nothing worthy cuz the seller always give a price over that I dont bother to bargain. You should come in the morning when they have many kind of food selling at... More
There is loads to buy here and is indoors and out. I bought a t shirt for $3 dollars and got a linen shirt and a WIG! as well. They do great handbags and jewellery and local food and of course you can haggle!
If you are into markets, even without the intention to buy, this one is worth seeing. You may spend hours here or just take a quick look or have a cheap but good quality snack at one of the many food stalls.
Gifts and trinkets can be picked up here. Some good bargains as well. Lots of character in the market.
Most interesting aspects are the building itself, and the food stalls around its outside. Rather predictable wares indoors, and not especially cheap.
Of all the markets in Phnom Penh, the Central Market seemed to be the most organised and tourist-oriented. The building itself is an amazing architectural piece, and is packed with stalls and shops selling a wide range of goods, from clothes to jewellery to electronics. The quality of these items should be judged by the tourist, but my gut feeling... More
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