A visit to the workshop shows throngs of young artisans carving figures from Khmer mythology out of wood and stone. Sculptures and statues are readily available for purchase but can also be tailored to order to snuggly fit your curio cabinet back home.
Whether shopping is your thing or not, you'll probably end up at the Old Market. Phsar Chas mainly caters to foreign visitors, although local city slickers are able to bargain Cambodian prices for the odd souvenir or t-shirt.
Let's have a look a what the local 21st century supermarkets have to offer in Siem Reap. Lucky, Angkor Markets, Thai Huot and Chao Ang Hok are conveniently located in the centre of town and should provide enough grocey supplies for most travellers.