Pub Street Siem Reap CambodiaThursday, September 29, 2016
Walk with ChaMike at Pub Street.
Every night tourists who visit Siem Reap end their day at Pub Street to eat, unwind, shop, people watch & have fun. Pub Street is where the bars and clubs are located, it is Siem Reap's party hub so going here is a must.
We went here on our last night, although we are not the type who drink all the time, experiencing Pub Street was on our list since this rowdy area is one of the most iconic places in Siem Reap that is not a temple.
Pub Street is just a short Tuk-tuk ride from our hotel. We visited it twice - in the morning and in the evening. In the morning we went here to try the famous Blue Pumpkin ice cream. It was indeed delish! We also got to hang out at the second floor where they have beds for the guests to relax.
|Mike's and mine|
|Coolest dining setup ever|
We also did a little shopping at the Old Market which is located a stone's throw away from the Pub Street.
In the evening there were bigger crowds. All sorts of restaurants and bars can be seen along the street. Colorful lights from different establishments illuminate at night. It was indeed the place with the most "happening" in Cambodia.
|Night life in Siem Reap|
|ChaMike in Siem Reap|
|Fish Massage anyone?|
|They sell the same as the items at the Old Market|
Out of all the bars I was most interested in checking out the famous Angkor What? Bar. It is probably the most famous bar along the stretch of Pub Street.
Angkor Wat? Bar is the oldest bar in Pub Street. It was the very first bar to open in 1998. It is also one of the bars that closes late. It also has reasonable prices.
|Angkor What? Bar|
Mike ordered Anchor Draft Beer for $1 only
|Mike's Anchor Draft|
|Mike enjoying his $1 beer|
|Sex on the Beach|
|Not a beer drinker so opted for a cocktail instead|
|Looking at the crowd of different races|
|People watching is always fun|
My Titas came along too, it was just a quick unwinding then off we went back to our hotel.
|ChaMike with Tita Amy and Tita Marlyn|