Shopping in South Coast

  • Shopping in Kampot

    FarmLink

    In Kampot you can purchase pouches of peerless pepper at the FarmLink boutique, one of the pioneers of geographical-indication pepper production. You can see pepper being dried in the garden out front and visitors can observe the pepper-sorting room. It’s just over the New Bridge; take the first right and look for it on the left.

  • Shopping in Kampot

    Bokor Night Market

    With about 100 stands offering things such as jewellery, karaoke, fried ice cream, sneakers and well, everything else, this nightlife experience and shopping mecca on Kampot's market circuit has loads of potential, if not many customers. The riverside setting is pleasant and family-friendly, a stage welcomes regular concerts and the aroma of tasty street food wafts on the breeze.

  • Shopping in Kampot

    Dorsu

    Sharing a contemporary factory space on the outskirts of town with Cafe Espresso, Dorsu sells a range of high-quality wardrobe staples, all designed and produced locally by a small team. There's also a Dorsu branch near the Old Market, on St 724, that's open 10am to 7pm.

  • Shopping in Sihanoukville

    Tapang

    Run by a local NGO that works with at-risk children, this shop within Sandan restaurant sells good-quality bags, scarves, T-shirts and children's clothes made by street kids (and their families) so that they can attend school instead of peddling on the beach.

  • Shopping in Sihanoukville

    Starfish

    Beside the bakery & cafe of the same name; it sells silks and other gifts produced by good-cause NGO the Handicraft People.

  • Shopping in Kampot

    Kepler's Kampot Books

    This secondhand bookstore has a good selection of English-language titles and also sells Kampot pepper, krama (scarves) and other souvenirs.

  • Shopping in Kampot

    Tiny Kampot Pillows

    This textile shop sells, well, lots of tiny pillows made from handwoven silk, plus plenty of other accessories from clothing to bags.