Phnom Penh Night Market, located between 102 and 106, is an open-air night market with its entrance and exit facing Yanhe Street. The night market was rebuilt from a street garden. The grass was turned into a concrete brick floor, covering an area of about 2,000 square meters, surrounded by iron pipe railings. Phnom Penh Night Market is open only three days a week, from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Although the Phnom Penh Night Market is close to the Donglisa River and many bar streets abroad, it still does not attract foreign tourists, but local youths prefer to come to the night market for a stroll. Locals come to visit quite a lot, many people buy clothes, and sit here for dinner. I don't like Phnom Penh. The food here is more expensive than Siem Reap. The food in the night market is much more expensive than in the street. There are many kinds of goods in the night market, such as clothing, shoes and hats, flowers, food, jewelry, cosmetics, daily necessities, as well as a large number of stone carvings, bamboo and wood products, as well as Khmer Buddha statue jewelry and other arts and crafts. There is also a small stage for artists to perform in the market. Today, two male singers are the first to appear on the stage.
After you have been through Asia a lot of things blend into each other. Night Markets are the same. You start to look for the difference, whats sets this market from the others. Well this one is just like all the others. Plenty of goods and food. Worth going but don' expect anything great.
This is definitely a market for the locals. We were looking for souvenirs and found nothing. There is live music and that was nice.
Many wonderful performances, as well as Cambodia's unique weird snacks. Grilled spiders, fried snakes, grilled turtles, fried crickets.
In the evening, we wandered through the hot old markets and bar streets, dusty garbage and sewage. We watched foreigners enjoy a Khmer local dinner at mosquito and fly-infested restaurants for $3-7 a dish. Tonight, we went back to the hotel to digest the food we brought home. Hotel prices range from thousands of five-star hotels to a few dollars a night of farmhouse happy everywhere, the attraction of the seven wonders of the world is enormous.
Phnom Penh Night Market is still worth visiting, but in Phnom Penh night out must be low-key, try not to walk, can take a sudden car. There are still many stalls, such as clothes, jewelry, bags and so on. Not much food. If you don't want to buy, don't ask the price. If you really want to buy, the general price can be cut to half and a little lower.
Riverside and square, there will be a lot of people there in the evening, you can go and have a look.
It's OK to go to Phnom Penh Night Market in the evening. It's a big night market with a wide variety of goods. But look at the feeling of roadside stalls on our side more than ten years ago, and the stalls selling world-famous watches. There are also many snack stalls, that is, to put a mat on the floor and sit down to eat snacks, to see the side of the vivo mobile phone and oppo mobile phone shop live next to each other, it seems a little tall here.
The night market in Phnom Penh only opens on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays evenings. Basically, the local people go there. The day we go is Sunday, so we happen to catch up. In the night market, there are many local people sitting on the mat eating while chatting with the people around them.
Buzzing night markets that sell alot of stuff including a few rows of food. Good bargains here