Food - Cambodia Free and Easy (Siem Reap Backpacking Trip)

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Night Market ~ (Rating: 3/5 )

Within a minute of walking distance from old market shopping district, we silence our growling stomach at a roadside local stall. The food in the Night Market was delicious! USD1 per serving of food, you get a large bottle of ice cold Angkor beer at USD2.

"Bai Chaa, Mi Chaa" - Khmer language "fried rice, fried noodle", we were taught by Lyza - a girl who had stop going to school to help her parent from running up their family business (one of the food stall in night market).

Lyza consider lucky compared to her siblings at age 9 and 11 who doesn't have a chance to go to school. From the short conversation with her, we found out their family actually much better than a lot of the other families in Cambodia, can you imagine? there are thousands of children in Cambodia don't have a chance to go to school.

Night Market - Siem Reap
Fried rice-noodle Fried rice Fried mama-noodle


Phum Stung Trorcheak Restaurant ~ (Rating: 2/5 )

The most expensive meal we had in Cambodia. Located out of town, near to the harbor that we took ferry to Kampong Phluk. The food served not worth for the money that we had paid, but no choice, because it's the only restaurant at that area. Should have listen to our guide suggestion to have our lunch packed before leaving from guesthouse.

The meal cost us about USD38.

Chicken curry Saba fish price USD6


Cambodia Soup Restaurant ~ (Rating: 2/5 )

One of the restaurant in Pub street, free draft beer with every main dish order during happy hour. Free WIFI connection.



LILI Restaurant ~ (Rating: 2/5 )

Local restaurant



Khmer Kitchen Restaurant ~ (Rating: 4/5 )



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My name is Jeff. I enjoy travelling especially with my Nikon D80 capturing the wonders of the world. I am bless with a group of buddies who enjoy travelling like I do. We always source for information and plan our itineraries to ensure splendour trip. Hope you enjoy reading our trip adventures! Some snapshot of my trip
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