In need of retail therapy or looking for the perfect gift? With everything from craft markets, unique jewellery, couture, duty free shopping and even a workshop, we have your shopping list covered. All you need is your re-usable shopping bag and you’re good to go!

In her studio and workshop, French-Cambodian fashion designer Sirivan Chak-Dumas designs elegant and exotic women’s and men’s clothes and accessories. Located conveniently in Kandal Village, Maison Sirivan has 95 sqm dedicated to fashion, mainly made in their workshop in Siem Reap, or by local partners in Cambodia. Sirivan’s innovative brand Biniky Chic Nomad is perfect for the stylish traveller looking for a limited edition collection for a capsule wardrobe. The store happily delivers to your hotel or your home in town.

Address: 10 Hap Guan Street
Opening Hours: 9am – 7pm every day
Website: www.sirivan.asia

T Galleria by DFS Angkor is the largest duty-free luxury department store in Cambodia, with over 170 brands across 86,000 square feet. Discerning shoppers can browse fashion and accessories, watches and jewellery, wines and spirits, and beauty and fragrances brands as well as a selection of locally hand-crafted artisan products. Brands include Bulgari, Cartier and Tiffany & Co, Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Fendi, Gucci and Saint Laurent. Customers can be tempted by over 30 beauty and fragrances brands such as Dior, Estée Lauder, and Giorgio Armani.

Please note: You’ll need to show your passport and a valid travel document (international flight ticket valid 14 days prior to departure) in order to shop.

Address: No 968, Vithei Charles De Gaulle
Opening Hours: 9am – 10pm every day
Website: www.dfs.com

Theam’s House’s showroom and inspiring tropical garden make this a visit to remember, while the workshop allows visitors to observe the artists creating Lacquer ware paintings or wood and stones sculptures. With over 10 years of experience as the artistic director of Artisans d’Angkor, Lim Muy Theam, a Cambodian who studied at one of France’s most prestigious art and design schools, decided to start his own project. He trained a team of local artisans and reconnected them with Cambodia’s creative past, giving the works of art authentic ancestral flair.

Address: Street 30, 100m after Cosmic High School
Opening Hours: 8am – 6pm every day
Website: theamshouse.com

The Made in Cambodia Market brings together the most exciting examples of craftsmanship in Cambodia today. Internationally-recognised artisans and designers participate, including Saomao, Rehash Trash, Friends International and many more. Shoppers can purchase fine quality artisan products and luxury goods, and in doing so support a new generation of talented craftspeople, through development of skills and direct income. Regular live entertainment and artists workshops add to the vibrant and interactive atmosphere here, where the range of cafés, restaurants, and boutique shopping options makes it a one-stop shopping and leisure destination.

Address: King’s Road Angkor
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm every day
Website: kingsroadangkor.com/made-in-cambodia

Blush Boutique has been creating women’s clothing made in Cambodia since 2011. At its location amid the colour of the King’s Road shopping and market complex, you’ll find uniquely-designed fashion with a cotton, causal vibe, bursting with colour and tropics-inspired prints (think flamingo, jungle or floral). The easy-to-wear vacation must-haves, such as linen shirts and wrap skirts, are limited collections and cater for sizes S to XL. All clothing is made by home-based women receiving a fair wage. In addition, Blush offers an appealing collection of quality cosmetics, accessories and spa products.

Address: King’s Road Angkor
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm every day
Website: facebook.com/Blush.Boutique.Siem.Reap

6Saarti

Saarti is an eco-lifestyle brand, committed to using the highest quality natural, ethically sourced products and empowering local communities through fair-trade employment. Customers searching out unique gifts will love the soy candles, chemical free body products, bamboo straws, up-cycled glass bottles, locally made soft furnishings, handmade soap, reed diffusers, natural bug spray and perfumes, all hand crafted in Siem Reap. Holiday makers will love their travel sized range of face products and deliciously fragrant reed diffusers, so that you can take the scents of Cambodia home with you. Their collection includes the Saarti signature range of hand poured Blessing Bowl Candles as well 100% natural Pure Essentials Oils.

Address: 18A Hap Guan Street
Opening Hours: Thu – Tue: 10am – 6pm, Wed: closed

7Smateria

Smateria was established in 2006 by two Italian friends. They both believed “One man’s junk is another man’s treasure”. Whether it is their ‘Net Bags’ made from rolls of discarded protection nets from construction sites or funky bags and wallets made from recycled moto seats, the innovation will delight you. A team of 20 craftspeople transform thrown-away plastic bags into desirable accessories. Smateria outsources much of the handiwork to the family members of their staff. Free training is offered to the family members and sewing machines are provided on an interest-free rent to own agreement.

Location 1: The Alley West, Old Market Area
Location 2: Siem Reap International Airport
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 9am – 8pm, Sat – Sun: 9am – 6pm

8Angkor Fashion Plaza

This well-known retail address in Siem Reap offers an array of fashion brands, for men, women and children, under one roof. Located along the river, its strategic position in the city makes shopping here for quality apparel and accessories truly convenient. At factory outlet prices, shoppers can indulge in brands such as Under Armour, DACLO, Columbia, Polo, Ralph Lauren and Doughnut. Angkor Fashion Plaza accepts ALIPAY, Pi Pay and WeChat Pay.

Address: Corner of Street Achar Sva and Street #20
Opening Hours: 9am – 10pm every day

9Artisans d’Angkor

Artisans d’Angkor is a Cambodian social business, created to revive Khmer cultural heritage while helping young rural people finding work near their homes. Take a free guided tour where master artisans will show you the secrets of stone and wood carving, gilding, ceramics, lacquering, silver plating and silk painting. Find a wide collection of handmade clothing and home furnishing fitted to contemporary lifestyles. Artisans d’Angkor strives to offer good working conditions and social advantages to its employees. It has 48 workshops operating in 12 sites located in Siem Reap province and it provides employment to over 1100 people, including about 800 artisans.

Address: Stung Thmey Street
Opening Hours: 7.30am – 6.30pm every day

10Eric Raisina

Eric Raisina is all about texture. In his Couture House at Charles De Gaulles Street in Siem Reap, discover his daring collection of silk clothing and accessories, all handmade. Fabric and texture aficionados will notice a blend of African, European and Asian influences. The many surprising colour combinations reflect the vibrant colours and natural beauty of Eric’s home country, Madagascar. ‘Silk Fur’ made of silk organza and ‘Raffia Lace’ made of natural raffia are just two of his stunning fabric innovations.

Address: Charles De Gaulles Street
Opening Hours: 9am – 7pm every day

11Bamboo Indochine

Bambou Indochine is a clothing brand inspired by Cambodia’s natural beauty, for men, women and children. Choose from 100% cotton t-shirts, polo shirts as well as Dry-fit, silk and bamboo fibre, a naturally absorbent and soft, comfortable fabric, ideal for wearing in Cambodia’s tropical climate. Bambou Indochine’s goal was to bring original designs and international quality to the souvenir t-shirt and resort-wear market for locals and tourists alike. Children, too, will adore the colourful fabrics – try the gecko design for a great reminder of Cambodia.

Location 1: The Alley West, Old Market Area
Location 2: Street 2, Left of Viva Restaurant
Opening Hours: 10am – 9pm every day 

12Claycult

Claycult’s handmade ceramic beads and artisan ceramic jewellery bring the colours of Cambodia into their designs. Choose from necklaces, earrings and bracelets as well as their signature beads. Employing 16 staff, Claycult provides sustainable employment, education and training in a safe environment. All the pieces are hand crafted, from the digging and production of the clay, to the rolling, shaping and painting of the beads ready to be transformed into the colourful and appealing jewellery you’ll see in their King’s Road boutique store.

Location 1: King’s Road Angkor
Location 2: Psah Chas Alley 1

Opening Hours: Tue – Sun: 10am – 9.30pm, Mon: closed