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The Old Market (Phsar Chas) area, including the nearby Pub Street, Pub Street alleys and the Night Markets, are favorites when visiting Siem Reap. Stretching from the river across to the night markets on Sivutha Blvd, the entire area is now the dining, shopping and nightlife center of town.
Sok San Road across Sivutha, opposite the Old Market area has become quite popular as well, sporting dozens of budget-friendly business, especially guesthouses, bars and restaurants.
After the sun goes down, the focus shifts to Pub Street and Pub Street alleys including The Passage, Alley West and The Lane. Named for the numerous pubs that line Street 8, it all began in 1998 when Angkor What? opened its doors - the lone pub on a lonely street. These days Pub Street is lined end to end with restaurants, pubs and shops, making it the tourist center of town, especially after dark.
The narrow connecting alleys and passages just off Pub Street have also filled with small businesses, offering a somewhat quieter and more relaxed ambiance the ever-bustling Pub Street.
Things really gets going on Pub Street around 5:00PM as people return to town from the temples. The curbside seating fills, the bars crank up the music and the street is blocked to motor traffic, making it a pedestrian-only area. Most of the drinking venues stay open until at least midnight and a couple run until near dawn.
Pub Street’s narrow connecting alleys and passages offer a relaxed, pedestrians-only alternative to the main street, each alley offering something of it own character.
Alley West is a particularly quaint little alley with an artsy, Old World atmosphere as well as a couple of pubs, including the popular Picasso. The original Pub Street Alley, now called The Passage, is busiest of the bunch, but still comparatively tranquil and pedestrian only, and offering several restaurants with full bars.
The Lane on the other side of Pub Street has a more varied and eclectic places from old China chic at Miss Wongs to Beatlemania at The Yellow Sub.