Made in Cambodia Market, Siem Reap

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At Made in Cambodia Market you’ll find a colourful array of locally produced artisan goods. Unlike many markets in the region, here you’ll only see goods made and produced in Cambodia, many of which are made from recycled or "upcycled" materials. Although the market is small, you’ll find a collection of food, art, clothing, toys, homewares, and much more (depending on the day). A celebration of craftsmanship, this market has stalls that vary from recognized local designers to local NGOs. Whether you’re looking to buy some distinctive gifts, or simply learn more about the artisans, take your time to peruse what’s on offer. If you do buy from this market, you’ll feel proud that you’ve played a part in supporting Cambodians, through direct income and also skill development. To visit Made in Cambodia Market on your holiday in Siem Reap, and find out what else Siem Reap has to offer, use our Siem Reap.
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  • This small market is well worth a visit. All the products on sale are made locally - no Chinese or Thai imports. Small stalls - some of the sellers speak good English and are not too pushy, you can....  more »
  • I love the authentic craft that we purchased here compared to the night markets. We purchased paintings, silk necklaces and others. The market is smaller relative to the night market, and one will...  more »
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  • Tastefully designed and arranged craft enclave surrounded by spas, restaurants, and a yoga and wellness studio. You enter through a wooden arch announcing itself. At night there are sometimes short and free to attend cultural performances, such as traditional Khmer dancing and singing. Among the products on the craft stalls one can find natural and environmentally friendly soaps, scented candles, and ornately carved candle holders. There are tailors, dress makers and clothing stalls, all of which are tasteful and quite different from the sartorial “souvenirs” one will come across on the other side of the nearest river.
  • Interesting and worthwhile to visit. Supporting people who are learning disabled. Some beautiful stuff. BUT BEWARE. I paid a fixed price for a silk purse - about £10 - and when I looked at it later it had been swapped for a cheap cardboard notebook. This was from a shop run by deaf workers.
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