The supermarkets in Siem Reap are a good
alternative if you want to avoid the heat and bustle of the local
markets. Usually they are airconditioned and you will find most of
the products that you miss form home.
The main supermarkets offer a wide range of imported products
from Europe, China, Thailand, Korea and America. Most
neighborhoods also have one or more smaller minimarts,
which are sometimes open 24h. These minimarts are on average a bit
more expensive, but are a convenient option in case you need to
make an urgent purchase.
TIP: Most supermarkets
are relatively expensive and it's not possible to bargain down
prices. If you have a limited budget, make sure to check the local
markets and shops before buying at a supermarket.
Angkor Market is probably the most popular
supermarket in Siem Reap, offering a wide range of international
brands. On average, prices are a bit lower than in Lucky
Market, it's biggest competitor.
When visiting Angkor Market, you will discover many products
that you can find in supermarkets at home, making this store a
popular shopping venue with most expats living in Siem Reap.
There on two floors in Angkor Market. On the ground floor, you
will find the typical food supplies and groceries, a large
selection of wines and beverages, some cooled counters with meat,
fish, veggies and dairy products, health and beauty products and
even a section with international magazines and newspapers. On
the first floor you'll find a large selection of household
products, cooking equipment, cleaning detergents, toys and baby
Angkor Market is located on Sivutha Blvd, 700m from Pub
Street. Tel : +855 63 767 799
Angkor Market opening hours:
every day from 9h00 to 22h00
Lucky Market is located on the ground
floor of Lucky Mall, the most important shopping mall
in Siem Reap. You can find Lucky Mall on Sivutha Blvd, at less than
1km from Pub Street.
In this huge supermarket, you will find a wide range of local
and international products. Apart from the usual brands, Lucky
Market offers a wide range of fresh vegetables and fruits,
beverages, household products and cooled counters with fish, meat,
cheese and other dairy products. There is a bakery with tasty bread
and pastries on-site.
Lucky Market is on average a bit more expensive than Angkor
Market, but offers a more pleasant shopping experience. Especially
if you have a quite big shopping list, it's convenient to
browse the spacious aisles with one of the shopping carts on
Lucky Market opening hours: every
day from 9h00 to 22h00
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