On my last day in Siem Reap , I decided to make it my ‘No Itinerary day’ and just experience the charming small city on foot. I Got up at 6 am and decided to visit the central market to experience how the locals start their day. Indeed, it was an interesting morning where everything was relatively new to my senses.
Food area at the Central Market
Tried the cambodian Cold Noodles ( Banh Hoi ) with peanuty/ slightly spicey sauce . around 1 usd.
Soya Based Cold drinks .
The shellfish salad up close. Slimey – Raw Shellfish in tamarind sauce !!!
Shellfish Salad, in spicey tamarind sauce. I tried one piece and It was very difficult to open. But the shellfish is very fresh so it doesnt small bad.
Crab Salad !! Small crabs, and im assuming its very difficult to eat.
Small Crabs again . Slightly Cooked.
Central Siem Reap on Foot .
cambodian Stir fried noodles. Yummy because the greens and bean sprouts are just slightly heated , different from chinese noodles.
Angkor National Museum. around 15 usd entrance fee. They have a walkie talkie to talk you through the exhibits.
Chorizo like – skewer . Always with green papaya salad. But not as sour as Pinoy Atchara
A Local referred me to this 4 usd Khmer Shabu Shabu / BBQ Buffet walking distance from Angkor Thom Guesthouse ! super sulit .
the 4 usd Khmer Shabu Shabu – BBQ Buffet ! super sulit .
Pub Street has vibrant nightlife but the shops here are quite pricey. Better to shop at Angkor Night Market a few blocks away.
Angkor Night Market offers better and cheaper shopping than those shops in Pub Street
Perfect way to cap a tiring day is a relaxing 2 USD foot massage by the street with wifi, fruits and drinks .