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Urban Village’s Weekend Market a dream come true for food and shopping lovers

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Weekend Market offers delicious food and unique products, with more than 150 stalls in the indoor hall. SUPPLIED

Urban Village’s Weekend Market a dream come true for food and shopping lovers

Urban Village and Factory Phnom Penh’s Weekend Market has become a popular new destination for Phnom Penh residents.

This foodie hotspot has attracted thousands of locals, expats and tourists eager to hang out in an exciting new environment, taste interesting foods and shop for trendy products all in place.

With more than 150 stalls in the indoor hall, Weekend Market offers tasty food and unique products, from Korean Tteokbokki and Taiwanese sausage, to the latest Thai cosmetics and trendy unisex fashions every Saturday and Sunday.

Serving thousands of visitors each weekend, the captivating Weekend Market is located at Urban Village and Factory Phnom Penh, which can be easily accessed via two main entrances — with a drop-off area on National Road 2 and parking on the Hun Sen Boulevard side.

With a different theme every week, from a pet-oriented fair or a baby market, to a music festival, Weekend Market brings with it a charm to satisfy all age groups.

And Urban Village and Factory Phnom Penh, also home to the largest creative hub in Southeast Asia, offer more than just the Weekend Market.

Visitors can wander around the 760,000sqm community to enjoy entertainment venues such as Fly Phnom Penh – TripAdvisor’s 1st thing to do in Phnom Penh – where children and adults alike can enjoy Cambodia’s biggest trampoline park.

Factory Phnom Penh also boasts the Kingdom’s largest art gallery, hosting more than 300 exquisite local artworks, a large basketball court, and many international restaurants and bars.

Or you can simply enjoy the beautiful street art that can be found throughout the community and take amazing photos.

Dr Ben Li and Mrs Catherine Chan, founders of Urban Village and Factory Phnom Penh, and the creators of the Weekend Market, said: “We want to provide Cambodians with a quality place where family, kids and friends can hang out at the weekend and enjoy splendid performances and simply enjoy great food.

“Spending quality time together always creates more memorable moments and tightens family bonds.”

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The Largest Asian Food Festival is being held on August 20-21. SUPPLIED

And Urban Village and Factory Phnom Penh are launching the Largest Asian Food Festival on August 20-21 at the Weekend Market.

This exciting event will bring together a variety of famous Asian street food, performances by rising singers Kai and Chet Kanhchna, a K-pop dance competition and Indian dancing to delight visitors.

Contributing to its success, the 30 international award-winning project – and the only Cambodian real estate project to win the “Best Condo Development in Asia” award – captures buyers’ hearts with its world-class amenities, outstanding architecture and strategic location.

And, with studios, one to three bedroom apartments and duplexes, prices are affordable too – from only $16 a day.

Located in the capital’s new business district, Urban Village and Factory Phnom Penh are just five minutes from the Aeon 3 shopping mall.

The large but walkable community is home to more than 200 startups and small and medium-sized enterprises, and provides economical yet fully functional offices for rent, offering special prices as low as $240 a month.

For a fully efficient business ecosystem, a large range of local and international restaurants are open daily to serve residents and visitors alike.

So visit the Largest Asian Food Festival, tour Phnom Penh’s latest landmark and purchase a bestselling unit at Urban Village and Factory Phnom Penh – with the Urban Village project offering outstanding promotions during this exciting event on August 20.

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