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Battambang Markets

"Battambang is Cambodia’s rice bowl and boasts the country’s finest food. Visit Phsar Boeung Choeuk market to see fresh local produce. Try noodles and dumplings handmade to order at Lan Chov Khorko Miteanh (145 Street 2) or dine on pan-Asian cuisine at stylish Jaan Bai (Street 2), a social enterprise restaurant and bar that trains and employs disadvantaged kids, with a menu by Asia’s best chef, David Thompson of Nahm Bangkok.
At sunset, stalls set up around Phsar Nath market to sell soups, curries and barbecue meats. Battambang Resort runs a fantastic snack tour to sample street food at riverside stalls and eateries."


Psar Nat, Battambang's centrally-located market and modernist architectural masterpiece

Cambodians love markets and Battambang is home to many. Of particular interest is Psar Nat ("meeting place market") in the centre of town. It is housed in an impressive art deco style building and worth a look although it has a reputation for being the most expensive market in town. There are some food stalls in the centre of the market where cheap eats are available. The larger Psar Boeung Chhouk is more of a wholesale market and especially busy in the early morning. It would appear that almost anything can be bought here!



Woman selling straw mushrooms and various other fruits and vegetables in the morning at Psar Nat.
Because her stall is outside the market, she wears numerous layers to protect herself from the sun.


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