Leu Market

  • Leu Market
  • Leu Market
  • Leu Market
  • Leu Market
  • Leu Market

Description

There are also a few “street food” stalls inside the market itself if you are really keen to eat like a local, with the locals. Although they are not concentrated in one specific area, some popular stalls lie either side of the central jewellery area where trade is usually brisk and you can enjoy some freshly made noodles and stir-fries on a tiny plastic chair before going back the way you came to your waiting tuk tuk or to retrieve your bicycle from the friendly guard.

One final tip: English is hardly spoken here so a pen and notepad might come in handy if you are planning on trying a bit of haggling. Khmer script may be totally different from our own when it comes to words, but thankfully numbers are written exactly the same.