Battambang is famed for its abundant natural produce, including rice, pomelos and oranges – sweet, juicy and green-skinned even when ripe. Have a look around Psar Nat to see what’s new and fresh. There are also inexpensive food stalls around Psar Nat, while in late afternoons a busy night market sets up on the street south of Wat Piphithearam – lift the lids on the pots and see what’s on offer. More stalls set up at about 4pm on the riverfront near the post office.

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