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Supermarkets and Bakeries 

The supermarkets, though small by international standards, offer a fairly good selection. Lucky Market is the longest running in town, and its branch at AEON Mall is particularly popular. Bayon Market is quite popular for its large selection and specialty imported items. Danmeat is the go-to international butchery in Phnom Penh.

Fresh, locally grown, organic/chemical free fruits, vegetables and meat. Shop at the store or order on-line, delivered free-of-charge to your door. Also imported wines, cheeses and specialty food items.
Kos Krobey village, Sangkat Preak Thmey, Phnom Penh

Tel: 070-526080

Facebook: Amarak Organic Garden


Bayon Market
One of the largest international supermarkets in the city. Specialty items others donít carry.
#33-34, Street 118 (Russian Blvd.), Phnom Penh

Bloom Cafť
Cake art gallery, cupcake emporium. Fair-trade coffee.
#40 Street 222, (Between Street 63 and 55), Phnom Penh

Tel: 077-757500

Comme a la Maison
Popular delishop, now with four locations. Fresh baked breads, pastries, cakes, quiches, snacks, terrines, wines and much more. The original in BKK1, as well as the Tonle Sap Street location offer a full restaurant, air-conditioned dining and French dishes.

1) #13 Street 57 (BKK1)

2) #73 Tonle Sap St (Chroy Changvar);

3) Rose Garden Condo, next to Lucky Market, Bassac

4) Kiwi Mart, Street 136 corner 19
5) Thai Huot Monivong, Phsar Thmey
6) Angkor Market Tuol Tom Poung
7) Chip Mong Market, Monivong Blvd corner 322

Tel: 023-360801

Facebook: CommealamaisonPhnomPenh

Cambodia Harvest Dried Fruit
Dried fruits, jams and pickles made exclusively from Cambodian grown fresh fruit, and produced by people suffering disabilities from landmine injuries. All products made to international health standards. Available at the Cambodian Dried Harvest Fruit showroom, and at stores and shops in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Look for the distinctive green label. Wholesale inquiries welcome.

#27 Street 470 (Toul Tum Poung area), Phnom Penh
Tel: 023-220910


International-standard butcher. Long established and very well reputed. Wide selection of meat and sausages.
#36 Street 200, Phnom Penh

Tel: 097-9292234


DNAK Square
International deli, butchery and grocery.
#197 Street 63, BKK1, Phnom Penh

Tel: 023-226677


Lucky Supermarket
One of the largest and longest running international supermarkets in Phnom Penh. The original on Sihanouk Blvd, 2 blocks east of Monivong. The newest location at the AEON Mall on Sothearos, offering a much larger selection than the Sihanouk supermarket.
1) #160, Sihanouk Blvd., Phnom Penh

2) AEON Mall

Tel: 023-215229


Italian deli. Imported cheese, meats, spices.
#1 Street 282, BKK1, Phnom Penh

Tel: 017-696318

The Shop
Popular western style bakery and deli. Fresh baked breads, pastries, cakes. Sandwiches, salads and soups.
1) #39, Street 240, Phnom Penh

2) #38 Street 377, Tuol Kok, Phnom Penh

Tel: 023-986964

Thai Hout
International supermarket in the city. Some specialty items. Excellent selection of spices
1) #99-105 Monivong Blvd, Phnom Penh

Tel: 023-724623
2) Corner 63/352 (BKK1), Phnom Penh


Tous Les Jours
International bakery with several locations. Breads, cakes, pastries. Receiving good reviews.
Multiple locations
Tel: 023-222266

Pharmacy, beauty products, toiletries

1) #26-28 Sothearos Blvd., Phnom Penh
2) Sihanouk (corner Street 55, opposite ANZ Bank), Phnom Penh
3) Corner of Norodom Blvd and Street 136, Phnom Penh

4) #844, Kampuchea Krom Blvd., Phnom Penh
5) #254 Monivong
Blvd., Phnom Penh

Tel: 023-222399


The Warehouse
Extensive selection of fine wines from around the world.
#32 Street 240, BKK1, Phnom Penh

Tel: 023-986641



Book Stores

Monument Books is the largest distributor of new English languages books, offering a selection of Cambodia-related titles including the most recent releases. Bohrís Books has one of the best selections of used and bootleg versions of the most popular Cambodia and SEA titles. Photocopy books and guides are also available at the traditional markets and roving book sellers that walk tourist areas such as the riverfront.


Bohrís Books
Used and new books. Good selection of Cambodia and Southeast Asia related titles. 8AM-8PM.
#47 Street 172, behind Wat Ounalom, Phnom Penh

Dís Books
Used and new books. Cambodia title. Travel guides. Fiction and non-fiction. Several locations including:
1) #79 Street 240, Phnom Penh
2) Street 178, half block off the riverfront, Phnom Penh

Monument Books
Phnom Penh's primary new book seller. All the latest Cambodia related titles as well as a large selection of non-fiction and fiction titles. Newspapers, magazines.
#111 Norodom (near the corner of Street 240), Phnom Penh

Reyum Gallery
Selling books (English and Khmer) from Reyum Publishing, specializing in Cambodian culture and arts.
#47 Street 178, Phnom Penh


DVD, Movies, Music & Uploads

The video stalls at the Russian Market offer a large selection of DVDs, including recent movies, software and games for a dollar or two per disk. There are also several DVD shops along Sisowath Quay (the riverfront road) specializing in movies and music.

For music and movie uploads to your device:

Tel: 016-5609446


ROGUE - iPod Shop

i-device uploads from a large catalogue: music, TV and movies. iPods, accessories. Established in Cambodia in 2002.
#1d Street 258, Phnom Penh 



Photo Shops

Photo shops are located across the town, all offering digital services and most film services as well. Several dot Street 110 near Phsar Chas and another little cluster on Sihanouk at the corner of Street 51. The shops listed below are some of the more popular and complete.

City Color Photo
Long established. Digital services and film processing. Equipment, cameras, camera repair.
#121-123, Monivong Blvd., Phnom Penh

Tel: 023-999699

Laor Penh Cheth Digital Centre & Studio
Long established and respected photo shop and studio. Full digital photo services and film processing. Cameras, lens, cards, equipment. Studio and photographers. Six locations in Phnom Penh, two in Siem Reap.
#6AB, Monireth, cnr Street 286, Phnom Penh
#189, Monivong Blvd., Phnom Penh
#199, Charles De Gaulle Blvd., Phnom Penh
L3, Canadia Tower, Monivong Blvd., Phnom Penh
#A149, Airport Rd. Toeuk Thla Plaza II, Phnom Penh

Tel: 088-5666666






Traditional Markets

Central Market (Psah Thmei) 

The distinctive yellow domed Phsar Thmey is a must-see both as a point of interest and as a shopping destination. Offering a wide range of the classic souvenirs and, if you are knowledgeable, it can also be a good place to pick up gems. (Be careful of fake/inferior gems.) Vendors line the entrance selling statuary, silverwork, handicrafts, silks and kramas, carvings and the largest selection of t-shirts and caps in town. The central dome houses an amazing display of jewelry and gems.


Russian Market

(Phsah Toul Tom Poung) 

Of the all traditional markets in
Phnom Penh, the Russian Market offers the best selection of souvenirs, curios and other items of interest to the visitor. The south side is the place to begin, lined inside and out with carvings, handicrafts, silks, fabrics, curios and the largest selection of DVDs in town. There are also several fabric vendors making it a good place to shop for the tailor. Check out the local food stalls near the center of the market. (This market became the foreignerís market during the 1980ís when most of the foreigners were Russians, hence the name ĎRussian Market.í)