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Went at 5.30pm, when it wasn't too hot and less crowded. It certainly has a strong local identity, wide varieties of business from fresh produce, food stalls, shoes, to hair salons and manicure/pedicure shops! It is almost like a labyrinth, quite fun to explore until...More
Excellent to wander around looking at all the various food and vegetable stalls. Best ribs ever at the back and lots to see. We did it with a. Guide which helped as would not have been brave enough to try somethings ourselves !
For those used to this part of the world, the market is very average. For those who are not, it will be quite the experience, I'm sure.
It's a food market with fresh veggies, meats, spices, etc. Best part about it are the noodle stalls...More
Kandal Market (Phsar Kandal) is a block from the riverside and i happened to be staying at a guest house in the same street. This is not a tourist market but a local market and you will see very few tourists here. It was particularly...More
I was here for a few month, Living above this markets what makes a great view at Evening. Eating chicken from the Market (begins around 18.00 with good, before is veggies) is perfect to eat and good for People with Small amount of money. People...More
This market is frequented by the locals. You rarely find any foreigners here. It's very hot and smells, especially after rain. However, the items sold here are very organic and you can see all walks of life of the Khmers frequenting this local market. It's...More
The Kandal Market was just down the street from our hotel, The Ohana Palace. We loved taking photos of the vendors loading up their stalls just before sunrise every morning. They brought in every type of food imaginable. We saw them carrying in sides of...More