After the long walks during the day, this was the perfect place to unwind with a few chilled beers. Food across is great and while you are there I suggest you try the Khmer cuisine. Take up a spot fac...
I can only imagine what this street would be like in normal times. Unfortunately, much of Siem Reap was closed down during our stay. Despite this we did hang around after dark and ate at the Red Pian...
Pub Street is Siem Reap's center for pubs, clubs, and bars. It's filled with tourists around the world who love to chill after a long day of the tour in the temples. Pub Street is considered as a ...
Live the Party or Leave the Party...It's all about the Nightlife!
This could be Benidorm/Blackpool or pretty much anywhere, just not Siem Reap in Cambodia! This part of the area is a feeding frenzy for young people, backpackers and drug fuelled junkies whose thirst ...
If you love nightlife and in Siem Reap, I’m sure Pub street would be in your itinerary. It’s always bustling at night! people are mostly tourists but the prices of food and drinks remains affordable. A must-visit!
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PUB Street in Siem Reap City
We went to Pub Street for dinner! We were on our last day in our tour. Right after visiting Angkor Wat, we went directly to Oub Street for dinner. It is such a great place to go, especially at night, because there are a lot of night lights in display; hanging colorful umbrellas and lit lanterns. It is a good place for night parties and dinners! Plus, the stores in the streets have great food!
Siem Reap's Pub Street is located next to the bustling old downtown. This street has dozens of different bars, pubs and clubs, many of which are popular with tourists. The bars here are quite unlike traditional pubs and clubs, in that many of them also serve full meals. During daylight hours you can enjoy authentic Southeast Asian cuisine at the restaurants which line the street and, once night falls, you can relax with a drink at the bar while you experience Siem Reap's unique nightlife. Furthermore, many of the bars and restaurants on Pub Street also sell English-language books, postcards, souvenirs and handicrafts.