Phnom Penh’s only formal night market, Psar Reatrey overlooks the riverside from the central reservation that separates downtown and northern Phnom Penh. It’s easiest to enter by the gate at the north end of riverside to avoid scrambling between lines of parked scooters. As with Orussey, the Night Market is chiefly oriented towards the local market, but is definitely worth a dip to pick up some very reasonably priced clothes — there’s not a huge lot else really aside from some tacky and generic souvenirs.
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We are a family oriented Café which operates as a social enterprise providing sustainable employment for many disadvantaged and at-risk young Cambodian women. Our first café was started by a missionary from UK in 1998 – emerging from these very humble beginnings with only five full time Cambodian staff we have grown to now employ over 20 Cambodian staff within two Cafes! Our Cafes are located in the popular Toul Tom Poung (near Russian Market) and Phnom Penh Thmey areas of Phnom Penh.
We are privileged to serve you with our unique range of Western homestyle cooking, delicious slices & cakes, teas, coffees and healthy juice range to suit all tastes. Whether you call Cambodia home or are just visiting our beautiful country for a short time – we make it our aim to serve you with only the freshest ingredients, showing great care in our cooking, our serving and in giving you a wonderful Khmer experience. Our motto is: always with love. We hope you experience the feeling of being loved as you enjoy our great tasting food, friendly service and peaceful atmosphere in one of our Cafés today!
We Are: Local Cambodian Owned and Managed
We Offer: Healthy, Tasty and affordable home cooked foods
We Employ: Vulnerable and disadvantaged women
We Give: 10% of profits to support local NGOs
We Exist: To provide great food in a friendly atmosphere – serving our customers always with love
Cambodians traditionally adjust their diets and recipes to capture the freshest and tastiest seasonal ingredients the country has to offer.
As alumni of the Royal University of Fine Arts (RUFA) returned to retrieve paintings they had made for their assignments, a well-known Cambodian photographer spotted one of his among the pile.
A three-month program that makes up The Cambodian Living Arts’ (CLA) cultural season kicked off on Thursday and will run through September 23 with the theme Exploring Identities. It will feature performances, panel discussions, film screenings, exhibitions and workshops.
Just north of the Cambodia-Japan Friendship Bridge, the rust-red boat comes into view: six storeys and 6,000 square metres of unused space floating on the Tonle Sap river.
With its dilapidated look, some might think it was abandoned — or perhaps even an eyesore — but it is this space that organisers plan to transform into Cambodia’s largest collaborative centre dedicated to the contemporary arts.
Want to be able to order an iced coffee with milk, and actually get one? LINK is the Language Institute of Natural Khmer, which teaches through participation and listening, rather than text books and phonetics charts.
You visit Phsar Thmei as much as to see the iconic exterior as for the goods on offer and if you want tourist tat you head out of the centre to the Russian Market. If you want to stock up on fruit or veg, invest in a few gold bangles or do an incense stick stock fill for your house shrine then head down to Phsar Chas. It is, needless to say, a fascinating spot for a stroll as well.