Kampong Cham features a few markets, but the best is the one the locals use.
It features all sorts of food, ranging from standard mangoes and other fruits, to pig heads and live fish.
As with all other food places in the area, use common sense when buying here, as there are health hazards to the unsuspecting Westerner.
It's just down the road from the Mekong Crossing restaurant, but stalls only open during daylight hours. Some food and juice stalls stay open until late, i.e. 9 pm.
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