Pub Street, Siem Reap Overview

Pub Street is one of the most famous streets located in downtown Siem Reap, lined with plenty of restaurants, bars, cafes, entertainment clubs, massage parlors, and pubs. It is the most visited street after Angkor Archaeological Complex. The pubs are open until morning hours, a few until 3 or 4 AM.

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Pub street and other lanes are free for pedestrians, which means the road becomes vehicles-free. Tourists and locals throng in the streets as neon lights lit up the enormous billboards of bars and restaurants. There are many pub crawl tours, mostly organised by backpacking hostels and guesthouses, which take you through the best pubs here all night.

What to eat and drink in Pub Street

There is no limit to what you can think of trying out to eat and drink in the Pub Street. Continental, Indian, Italian, Chinese and American - all cuisines are available in the restaurants. Khmer food must be tried here, both the seafood and meat delicacies. Cuisines made of crocodile meat is trendy on this street, along with pizzas. 

Angkor beer is very cheap, and many draught versions of local brews are in high demand in the bars and pubs. BBQ shops, noodles, desserts and smoothies are sold by hawkers and street vendors on the road in front of the restaurants and bars.

Shopping in Pub Street

Pub street is also an excellent place for shopping in Siem Reap, although the prices are relatively higher compared to local markets. There are local markets besides the road selling all sorts of things catering to tourists, ranging from souvenirs including handicrafts, wooden statues, bronze work, sculptures, silver jewellery, clothes, scarves, and more.

Just close to pub street is Khmer street also home to bars and cafes, along with some shops for street food. There is a night market close to the road, where there are traditional Apsara dance performances.

How To Reach Pub Street

Pub street is located close to the downtown of Siem Reap and takes about 25 minutes to reach. You can get there by hiring a Tuk-Tuk for about 6 USD for a one-way ride. You can also get there by renting a motorbike for about 5 to 9 USD per day. Tuk-Tuks are available on both ends of the street all night, so coming back to the guest house is not a problem.

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