Local Arts & Souvenir Shops | Markets




Common souvenirs from Siem Reap or Cambodia are silk, silver, statue and wood handicrafts. It is believed that silk was introduced in Cambodia in the early days of the ancient Angkorian era. Silk products can be purchased right from the producers, from boutiques, shops or local markets.

Statues are mostly made of sandstone from Cambodia. These statues and silver products can be purchased from local markets, shops or boutiques, as independently listed below:

Local Arts & Souvenir Shops

Angkor Gallery


Location:Achar Sva St. (near Siem Reap River & City River hotel)
Telephone:+855 12 439228
Email:angkorgallery@gmail.com
Opening hours:daily
Remarks:credit card payment available.

Angkor Wat Gem, Art and Souvenir Shop


Location:Vithei Charles de Gaulle
Telephone:+855 63 767879, 767779
Opening hours:daily, 8am-7pm
Remarks:credit card payment available and many other souvenir shops nearby.

Asian Gem Stone Souvenir Shop


Location:No. 257, Vithei Charles de Gaulle
Telephone:+855 63 767879, 767779
Email:asian_gemstonesouvenirshop@yahoo.com
Opening hours:daily
Remarks:credit card payment available and many other souvenir shops nearby.

Banteay Srei Fine Arts

A small workshop that sells sandstone and hand made wood carving products.


Location:access from Vithei Charles de Gaulle, turn into a small road across Jayavarman VII hospital (towards Siem Reap River)
Telephone:+855 12 630859
Email:banteaysreiarts@hotmail.com
Opening hours:daily

Bayon Souvenir Shop


Location:Corner of St. 26 and Achar Sva St. (near Siem Reap River)
Opening hours:daily
Remarks:credit card payment

Chantiers-Ecoles

An Artisan d'Angkor site, Chantiers-Ecoles sells not just Cambodian arts but also provides visitors with a free tour around its workshops.


Location:Stung Thmey St. (access from Sivutha Blvd, near Terrasse des Elephants)
Telephone:+855 63 963330
Fax:+855 63 963330
Website:www.artisansdangkor.com
Email:infos@artisandangkor.com
Opening hours:daily, 7:30am-6:30pm
Facilities: free tour (voluntary donation expected), toilets, souvenir shop
Remarks:credit card payment available.

Institute for Khmer Traditional Textiles (IKTT)

IKTT was founded by Mr. Kikuo Morimoto, a Japanese, in 1996. He grew his own mulberry trees and created "a silk village" near Siem Reap.


Location:No. 472, Viheachen Village (near Crocodile Farm)
Telephone:+855 63 964437
Website:www.esprit-libre.org
Email:iktt@hotmail.com
Opening hours:daily, 8am-6pm
Facilities:toilets and workshop (8am-12pm, 2pm-5:30pm)
Remarks:credit card payment available.

Jasmine Boutique

A boutique that sells designed silk products and other things.


Location:Pokambor St. (FCC building)
Telephone:+855 63 760610
Website:www.jasmineboutique.net
Opening hours:daily, 9am-10pm
Remarks:credit card payment available.

Ly Ho

Sells paintings, silk products and other Cambodian souvenirs.


Location:St. 9 (opposite the Old Market)
Telephone:+855 12 878575, +855 97 7099799
Opening hours:daily, 8am-10pm
Remarks:a few other souvenir shops and restaurants around Ly Ho.

Mekong Quilts

A non profit organisation that aims to provide employment, Mekong Quilts sells hand-crafted bed covers, home accessories, baby products and many other things.


Location:No. 5, Sivutha Blvd
Telephone:+855 63 964498
Email:Mekong.quilts.sr@gmail.com
Website:www.mekong-quilts.org
Opening hours:daily, 8am-10pm
Remarks:credit card payment accepted.

Obriot Gallery

Contemporary arts made by Jean-Pierre Obriot.


Location:Corner of St. 3 and Sivutha Blvd
Telephone:+855 92 521801
Email:jpobriot@yahoo.ca
Opening hours:daily
Remarks:credit card payment available.

One Gift Shop

A new small souvenir shop located near Pub Street sells many kinds of Cambodian souvenirs, such as stone and wood arts, silk and so forth.


Location:St. 11 (next to the Red Piano restaurant)
Opening hours:daily, 8am-12am
Remarks:credit card payment available.

Rajana

Selling many kinds of Cambodian souvenirs, such as silk, stone arts, wood products, and so on. Opened in 2001, also it has shops in Phnom Penh and Sihanouk Ville.


Location:House 153, Street Sivatha, (in front of the street to the Night Market)
Telephone:+855 63 964744, +855 12 481894
Website:www.rajanacrafts.org
Email:rajana.association@gmail.com
Opening hours:Monday-Saturday, 8am-11pm, Sunday, 3pm-11pm
Remarks:credit card payment available.

Samros Apsara

Sells mainly Khmer silk products, as well as other Cambodian souvenirs.


Location:Oum Khun St.
Telephone:+855 12 939963, 12 245714
Opening hours:daily, 7am-9pm
Remarks:credit card payment available.

Senteurs d’Angkor

This boutique sells many kind of Cambodian raw ingredients, such as spices, tea, coffee, cashew nuts, lotus flowers, coconut oil, rice alcohol, as well as finely woven local silk products, exotic sculptures and home made soaps. The popular one is Kampot pepper that reknowned as one of the world’s finest.


Location:#187 Wat Damnak village, Siem Reap
Telephone:+855 63 964860, 12 954815 and +855 63 966 733 for workshop
Email:gm@senteursdangkor.com
Website:www.senteursdangkor.com
Opening hours:daily, 8am-9:30pm
Remarks:it has a workshop on Monday to Saturday, from 7am-5pm located near Angkor Collage and Wat Damnak.

Silk Farm

An Artisan d'Angkor site, Silk Farm sells not only Cambodian silk products but also provides visitors with a free tour around its workshops and silk farm.


Location:Puok District (approximately 16 kilometers/9.6 miles from Siem Reap)
Telephone:+855 63 399064
Website: www.artisansdangkor.com
Email:infos@artisandangkor.com
Opening hours:daily, 8am-5:30pm
Facilities: free tour (voluntary donation expected), toilets, souvenir shop
Remarks:credit card payment available. Free shuttle bus available from Chantiers-Ecoles (see above for address), otherwise by Remork or private car (taxi). More info about public transportation in Siem Reap.

Stef Happy Painting

Own by Stephane Delapree, who was born in Paris, Stef Happy Painting sells contemporary Cambodian art. In 1995 Stef received a letter from Norodom Sihanouk, the former King of Cambodia, thanking him for his contribution to contemporary Cambodian art.


Location:Hospital St. (near Old Market)
Website:www.happypainting.net
Email:stef@happypainting.net
Opening hours:daily, 8am-10pm
Remarks:credit card payment available.

Yin Yin Souvenir Shop

Selling many kinds of Cambodian souvenirs, such as silk, stone arts, wood products, and so on. Opened in 2001, also has shops in Phnom Penh and Sihanouk Ville.


Location:St. 11 (across Old Market)
Telephone:+855 63 964437
Opening hours:daily
Remarks:credit card payment available and many other souvenir shops nearby.

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Markets

Angkor Night Market


Location:access from Sivutha Blvd (opposite St. 7)
Website:www.angkornightmarket.com
Email:info@angkornightmarket.com, angkornightmarket.ltd@gmail.com
Telephone:+855 92 654315, +855 92 855 855
Opening hours:daily, 4pm-midnite
Remarks:another night market "Noon Night Market" nearby.

Angkor Trade Center

A small modern shopping center, located along Siem Reap River. There is also a supermarket, a pharmacy and a few western food restaurants, such as pizzerias, Swensen's ice cream shop and so on.


Location:Pokambor St. (near Old Market/Phsar Chaa)
Telephone:+855 63 766666
Website:www.angkorshopping.com
Email:atc@angkorshopping.com
Opening hours:daily, 9am-9pm.

Phsar Kandal (Center Market)


Location:junction of Sivutha Blvd and Samdech Tep Vong St.
Opening hours:daily, 8am-9pm (depending on shops)
Remarks:credit card payment available.

Kids Plaza

Travelers with kids perhaps should visit this place if they need a break from the temples. There is a play ball area, arcade games and many other things for kids, as well as a supermarket and fast food restaurants.


Location:Achar Sva St. (near Siem Reap River and National Road 6)
Opening hours:daily.

Lucky Mall

For foreign tourists who miss fast food, they can find a few fast food restaurants in this shopping center.


Location:Sivutha Blvd
Telephone:+855 63 760740
Opening hours:daily, 9am-10pm.

Noon Night Market


Location:access from Sivutha Blvd (opposite St. 7)
Telephone:+855 63 963775
Email:info@noonnightmarket.com
Website:www.noonnightmarket.com
Opening hours:daily, 12pm-midnite
Remarks:free Wi-Fi and another night market "Angkor Night Market" nearby.

Phsar Chaa (Old Market)

One of the well known markets for foreign tourists, there are plenty of goods for sale, from souvenirs to wet market and local dishes restaurants with very decent prices along Street 9 (north end of the market).


Location:Pokambor St., between St. 11 and Hospital St.
Opening hours:daily, 7am-9pm (depending on shops)

Sarom Angkor Market

Not just selling similar goods to the Old Market above, Sarom Angkor Market is also located just across the street (Street 11).


Location:opposite Old Market (Phsar Chaa)
Opening hours:daily, 7am-midnite (many shops close around 9pm to 10pm)

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