Nightlife in Pub Street
Every time I travel I always look forward to the night life of the place. It’s not the wild party that might think. I am more into chillin’ and thinking of the day that passed. I drink occasionally but I prefer coffee over liquors whenever I travel.
I looked forward to see the Pub Street in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Seeing it in blogs and travel site made me wonder what does it really looks like.
|The life of Siem Reap at night|
Pub Street is located in the heart of Siem Reap. It is where the party happens during the night 7 days a week. Pub Street is the life of Siem Reap at night after the long day of Temple touring.
After a long and tiring day in temples I just rested for a few hours, took a bath and went straight to the famous Pub Street of Siem Reap. My excitement burst when I saw the signage that I am on Pub Street already!
|You cant say no to a one dollar foot massage!|
|Nice and affordable restaurant in Pub Street|
I walked around Pub Street and Pub Street Alley too see myself what I am seeing on pictures months ago. Pub Street is where all the travelers meet after a day in Angkor Wat. There are vast selections of restaurants offering food from different cuisine of the world. Since most of the people are travelers all restaurants are charging in dollars.
Pub Street at Night
|The night is arriving in Pub Street|
|Travelers looking for something to eat.|
|This is the bar/restaurant who started it all in Pub Street.|
At the back of Pub Street is the market area. Food stalls in the market area are much cheaper than in the pub street.
As what you can expect in a market, there are vegetables and poultry products inside. But there are also great selections of gift items for our love once. There are also gift items in Pub Street but expect a high price for each item. I bought dried jack fruit and pepper for seasoning. As I've heard pepper is a must buy in Cambodia.
Art Center Night Market
I end my night early because I had to wake up early to travel to Bangkok. Its not the best night of my life but I definitely had fun walking around the center of Siem Reap.
- ITINERARY - Backpacking 101: Budget and Itinerary INDOCHINA
- Vietnam - Ho Chi Min
- Cambodia - Phnom Penh
- Cambodia - Road and Midnight Experience in Siem Reap
- Cambodia - Angkor Wat Walking Tour
- Cambodia - Bayon and Other Minor Temple
- Cambodia - Pub Street and Night Market
- Thailand - Getting to Bangkok
- Thailand - The Grandeur of Grand Palace
- Thailand - Wat Po and the Scammer
- Thailand - Wat Arun and the Sunset
- Thailand - Lost in Bangkok
- Thailand - Siam and The Chatuchak Weekend Market
- Thailand - Thai Massage in Khao San Road
- Thailand - The Royal Walk on Dusit Palace Complex
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This is the travel blog of Jherson Jaya - banker by profession, adventurer by passion. Everything written here were based on his experiences. The lust of seeing new places thrilled him to explore both the explored and unexplored world. Old and new architecture fanatic; lover of food, both exotic and indulgence; and founds peace in long bus and train rides - thats how he describe his way of traveling.