Hand-woven Cambodian silks, wood carvings, statues and castings, contemporary Cambodian art, handicrafts, temple rubbings, silver areca containers, basketry, t-shirts and nifty products made from recycled rice bags are among the most popular souvenirs.
The most useful and one of the cheapest souvenirs is a traditional checkered Cambodian scarf, called a ‘krama.’ If you don't mind looking like a tourist, wear it around your neck like the locals do to keep the tropical sun off the back of your neck.
Phsar Samaki Market is located on Nat. Rt. #6, east of the traffic lights. The market offers sundries, clothes, perfumes, gems, fresh fruit and vegetables.
The 1961 is an edgy art gallery, artists’ retreat, performance space, and breezy café-bar opened this year by Loven Ramos.
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