2 the best markets in Phnom Penh - the best places for tourist to shop

Shopping is one things that people can't avoid, especially during traveling. Shopping can be a great experiences for travelers, memorial event from the places we used to go. But sometimes for your shopping you must know where are the best places to shop at the place you are visiting, that means places where have a good things and price.

Below I just bring you to Phnom Penh shopping, If you travel to Cambodia and spend time in Phnom Penh city and would like to go shopping, there are 2 best markets that you should spend your shopping time there.

Actually there are many markets in Phnom Penh city, the 2 are the best, but if you would like to explore more with other markets that will your choice. The 2 that I will bring to you, are the most popular markets that most of tourists love going to, because there are many best goods you can find, friendly sellers, and they will not rib you off....and most of sellers can communicate in English.

1-  Central Market (Phsa Thmey)

Around the main buildings are stalls offering Krama's (red and white checked scarves), stationery, household items, clothes for sarongs, flowers and second hand clothes, usually from Europe and the US. For photographers, the fresh food section affords a lot of opportunities. There are a host of good value food stalls on the structure's western side, which faces Monivong Blvd. Central Market is undoubtedly one of the best of Phnom Penh's markets for browsing. It is the cleanest and has the widest range of products for sale. Opening hours are from early morning until early evening.

2- Toul Tom pong Market (Russian Market)

More commonly referred to by foreigners as the Russian Market, this is located at the corner of St. 440 and st.163, south of Mao Tse Tung Blvd. It is the best place in town for souvenir shopping, having a large range of real and fake antiquities. Items for sale include miniature Buddha's, silk, silver jewelry, gems, video, ganja and a host of other goodies. Clothes such as t-shirts, trousers, jackets or shoes are very reasonable. It's well worth popping in for a browse.

Guide to these two Markets

Actually in Phnom Penh, you can use English to nearly everyone especially, taxi, motordop, tuk tuk drivers, but if you would like to say it simply in Khmer, sometimes I know tourists will have more fun when they can speak a little Khmer even a couple words.

Go to New Central Market = Tov Phsa Thmey (Tauv Phsar Thmei)
Go to Russian Market = Tov Phsa Toul Tom Pong (Tauv Phsar Toul Tom Pong)

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