Signature Cambodia Souvenirs

At the top of this Cambodia Souvenir list, we cannot miss out on the most traditional items. This culturally rich Southeast Asian country has a wide array of impressive traditional products for you to choose from.

Traditional Silk Products

When it comes to traditional Cambodia souvenirs, the allure of silk products is truly captivating. Silk was a highly prized commodity and was used to make clothing, jewelry, and other luxury items. 

Renowned for its exquisite craftsmanship and vibrant colors, traditional silk weaving has been passed down through generations of skilled artisans. These stunning silk products come in various forms, including scarves, shawls, clothing, bags, and decorative items. General price range for Cambodian scarves or bags are $10 - $100.  

Cambodia silk products

Cambodia silk products display on street side shops

A visit to Cambodia's silk workshops, such as Artisans Angkor and Lotus Silk in Siem Reap, offers an opportunity to witness the meticulous craftsmanship firsthand. It is not too difficult to find fabric products in Cambodia as they are distributed throughout the country. There are many handicraft markets and souvenir shops where you can find a wide variety of silk products.

Krama - Cambodian Traditional Scarf

The Krama, a quintessential symbol of Cambodian culture, is a traditional scarf deeply ingrained in the nation's identity. This iconic piece of fabric holds immense significance, not only as a practical accessory but also as a cultural emblem passed down through generations. 

Krama Cambodian Scarf design

Krama Cambodian Scarf design

Locals use it as a headscarf for protection from the sun or dust, as a face mask, and even as a sling for carrying babies. The price range for a simple scarf can vary between $1 and $10. You can purchase this traditional souvenir in various places, such as souvenir shops, local markets like Phnom Penh Central Market and Angkor Night Market, or even online retailers.

Carvings and Sculptures

Carvings and sculptures are among the most captivating Cambodia souvenirs, showcasing the country's artistic brilliance and rich cultural heritage. Crafted from wood, stone, and bronze, these intricate masterpieces are a testament to the skills of talented local artisans.

The price range for carvings and sculptures can vary significantly based on their size, intricacy, and materials used. Smaller wooden carvings and stone sculptures can be found for as low as $10 to $50, while larger and more elaborate pieces can range from $100 to several hundred dollars.

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Cambodia heritage imprinted in its carving and sculptures

In Cambodia, there are multiple local art studios and galleries that showcase Cambodia unique sculptures and carvings. Visiting these studios allows you to engage with the artists and gain insights into their artistic methods and inspirations.


Bright white, diverse color schemes and designs, and custom in Cambodian-inspired patterns, this is one of the best Cambodia souvenirs. Silverware in Cambodia exemplifies the country's rich heritage of silversmithing, known for its intricate designs and exceptional craftsmanship. 

Cambodia silverwares - the best souvenirs from Cambodia

Cambodia silverwares are one of the best souvenirs from Cambodia

Simple silver jewelry pieces can be found for as low as $20 to $50, while more elaborate items, such as ornate necklaces or intricately designed silverware, can range from $100 to $500 or more. Some recommended places to buy silverware in Cambodia you can refer to are S.K Handmade Silver, Penh Lenh, and Ammo Jewellery (Siem Reap).


This traditional art form involves the intricate process of coating wooden or bamboo objects with layers of lacquer, followed by delicate hand-painting to create exquisite designs.

The cost of Cambodian souvenir lacquerware can differ based on the size and complexity of the pieces. Smaller decorative items like lacquer boxes or coasters can be purchased for around $10 to $30. On the other hand, bigger and more intricate lacquerware items like vases or trays can have a price range of $50 to $200 or possibly higher.

Lacquer bowls in Cambodia

Lacquer bowls in Cambodia made from coconut shells

Famous  lacquerware place in Cambodia is Theam's House (Siem Reap). They have a wide variety of lacquerware items to choose from, including bowls, trays, boxes, and jewelry. You can also visit Penh Lenh or Phnom Penh Central Market.

Khmer Herbal Oil

Khmer Herbal Oil is a highly valued traditional Cambodian remedy that has a rich history in the country's healing traditions. This fragrant potion is carefully crafted by combining various herbs and botanical extracts, making it a sought-after option for its healing benefits.

Generally, a small bottle of 30ml may cost around $5 to $10, while larger bottles can range from $15 to $30. Some places to find the oils are Senteurs d’Angkor, Bodia Cambodia Apothecary or Local markets or Pharmacies. 

Khmer Herbal Oil - Cambodia souvenir

Khmer Herbal Oil is a popular Cambodia souvenir

Some popular Khmer herbal oil brands in Cambodia are Khmer Aloe Vera Herbal Oil, and Kokopon (Black Sesame Oil).

Khmer Ceramics

Khmer ceramics pertains to the artistic creation and production of pottery and ceramic art in the Khmer artistic tradition. Pottery and ceramics played a crucial role in the trade relationships between Cambodia and neighboring regions.

Small decorative pieces, like ceramic coasters or ornaments, can be found for as low as $5 to $20. 

handicraft in Cambodia - cambodia souvenirs

Like Silk tradition handicraft, Ceramic-making is also a long-standing handicraft in Cambodia

You can visit Khmer Ceramics & Fine Arts Centre - a government-run organization that promotes the Khmer ceramics tradition. They have a shop in Siem Reap where you can buy a variety of Khmer ceramics. Another location in Siem Reap is Angkor Handicraft Association, they also offer a collection of high-quality ceramics. 

Handmade Cambodia Souvenirs

Besides traditional Cambodia souvenirs, the country is also known for some eco-friendly products.

Handmade Bags and Accessories

Handmade recycled bags in Cambodia are made by local artisans. They also come in a variety of colors and designs. In addition to environmentally-friendly bags made of materials like silk, leather, raffia, etc, there are also various types of home decor items, wood artwork, and other unique furniture available.

 handmade Cambodia home decor

Bring a handmade Cambodia home decor for your house

Smaller accessories like keychains or coin purses can be found for as low as $5 to $10. Handwoven bags, tote bags, and crossbody bags may range from $20 to $50. To find a captivating array of handmade bags and accessories, you can consider visiting Phnom Penh Artisan Market, Angkor Night Market in Siem Reap and other Local Boutiques and Art Studios throughout Cambodia.

Handmade Organic Skincare Products

Cambodia is home to a thriving community of artisans who create handmade organic skincare products using traditional methods and natural ingredients. You can try using products such as Khmer Herbal Soap, Silky Body Scrub, Aromatherapy Bath Salts, and Lip Balm.

cambodia souvenirs shop

Senteurs d’Angkor shop is a spot that sell quality Cambodia Organic Skincare Products 

Items like lip balms or small lotions can cost from $5 to $10. More specialized products, such as serums or body oils, may range from $20 to $50. Some popular Cambodia souvenir shops to visit for those skincare products are Bodia Cambodia Apothecary, Senteurs d’Angkor, or of course, Local Markets and Pharmacies.

Continue your exploration by reading our travel guide to Cambodia!

Cambodian Spices for Souvenirs

If you also want to bring some flavors of Cambodian cuisine back, we have two quite famous options for you to consider.

Palm Sugar Products

Palm sugar is a crucial ingredient in Cambodian cuisine as it is derived from the sap of palm trees. It serves as a healthier substitute for refined sugar and imparts a pleasant caramel flavor to a wide range of dishes in this tropical country.

Sovannah Cambodia Palm Sugar

Sovannah Cambodia Palm Sugar

Palm sugar tablets or blocks typically cost around $2 to $5. Bottled palm sugar syrup, ideal for sweetening beverages or desserts, may range from $5 to $15. Palm sugar is also a common item to find on the streets of Cambodia. Some quality brands to buy are Sovannak Palm Sugar, Hesed Palm Sugar, Damune Palm Sugar, and Senteurs d'Angkor Palm Sugar.

Kampot Pepper

Finally, on our list of 9 Cambodia souvenirs is an extremely famous spice from the city of Kampot - pepper. This exceptional pepper boasts a unique flavor profile, ranging from mild and aromatic to bold and pungent, depending on its color and ripeness.

different types of Kampot Pepper - cambodia souvenirs

There are different types of Kampot Pepper

The price range for Kampot Pepper varies based on its color and grade. Black and white pepper are commonly priced at $10 to $20 per 100 grams, while the rarer red and green varieties may cost slightly more, ranging from $15 to $30 per 100 grams.

To relish the authentic flavors of Kampot Pepper,  you can visit Kampot Pepper Farms (there are many tour programs to visit such places) or Kampot local markets. Otherwise, packaged Kampot pepper is also sold in many specialty food stores and souvenir shops.

best souvenirs from Cambodia

Finding your best souvenirs from Cambodia

Here is a list of top Cambodia souvenirs and some suggestions to help you explore the country's traditional and characteristic items. In fact, Cambodia has many fascinating products that cater to your preferences, which you may come across on your journey through off the beaten track regions or in new products at commercial centers. If you want to explore more, please contact us more best Vietnam and Cambodia package tours!