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Great food, and there is a nice party atmosphere. People from different countries having a great time.
Even tough it is a bit small , but at least you can enjoy the rest of the night there with all the party along the street. Here you can find many tourist from local and international.
Very nice street, can find a lot of food options at a very cheap price. Have how much ever you can and your bill will be still very less. We liked this place so much for local shopping and dinner, very safe in nature and can find wide variety of people here from many countries. The street is full of pubs and other shops for local shopping. We can also bargain a lot at the night market and can get items at a very low price. For eg. We went to buy a souvenir and the girl asked 8 dollars, without much bargaining she gave it for just 1.5 dollars. As simple as that. A normal beer is just a half dollar here and goes till 2.5 dollars max. Overall a very cozy and colorful place to visit and preferably after 7pm. The street will be sleeping during the day and wakes up at night.
Night life and street food. After all day touring the ancient temples of World Heritage Site, you have to spend at least once trying local food and night life at Siem Reap Pub Street. Cheap food and drinks can be found there. Lots of local restaurants, bars, massages, clubs,... If you want to have dinner with Khmer traditional performance, go to Golden Temple Club. There is a club on the ground floor, a restaurant on the first floor, and a bar on the third floor. It's nice to that show there, or you try another place as lots of street food there. There are two night markets nearby and also an old market which sells lots of local products and food. I would recommend this place to everyone visiting Angkor Wat.
Enjoy night sight seeing and Street foods. Walking so peaceful, listening to music along the road, buying souvenir in the night market and watching interesting shows.
Siam Reap is a small city and the city center including pub street is the only place you can walk around and find shops bars restaurants clubs entertainment suiting tourists that and needs. Pub Street keeps what the name suggests. It's a street with lots of pubs catering the international crowd that visits Siam Real and Anchor Wat. Luckily there are still Colonial Buildings around to give this city center it's special flair. Hopefully the Cambodians realize that.
Pub Street is open all day but it doesn't really get exciting until 8pm. This is when they close down the road to cars and the shops get busier. You can find some good deals on food and drinks here and it is a fun place to party and hang out.
Tourist must go there because you can meet every different Nationality and all the party is there too. Great music and many different kinds of bars and restaurants. Strongly recommend!!
Here you find everything for a night out! Food, dessert and cheap drinks! Especially at Happy hour the restaurants offer great food and drinks for little money! You pay around $2 for a cocktail and 50 cents for a draft beer. The street however is very loud and you can also bump into tourist traps, where the food and drinks are a lot more expensive than in other places. So be aware of this, when you choose where to eat and drink!
Go before sunrise. Cost US$37. Cooler in the morning. Great atmosphere. Amazing structure. Great chill out areas. Stalls sell coffee and tea. They also sell a decent breakfast. Very affordable. A great all-round experience. I can't wait to go again.
A very happening area in Siem Reap. Always bustling, but night is when it really shines. Pubs on this street are great, music is loud and fresh, and booz is surprisingly cheap. Almost all the tourists make it a point to visit the pub street. Beware, pimps are abundantly distributed in the area, who always try to sell u girls. It may become annoying and embarrassing for many. So take care.
Colourful, taste-full, attractive, tiny are the adjective of this street. In theory is just a street full of restaurant, but in reality is so active that it seems to be one giant local. By my point of view I think that the bars begun a little bit too “touristic”, if you want to feel a real Cambodian this is not the right place.
Lots of bars, restaurants and karaoke clubs. Dedicated street for drinking, popular with tourists. Found some slightly better bars in different areas but dose offer a lot of variety. Our favourite part was the ice cream vendors. Prepared to offered into every place you walk past, but everyone is friendly.