Bambou-Indochine !

We are a dynamic clothing company, inspired by the sights and sounds of Cambodia and created with quality in mind. Our original designs are made of materials as different as 100% cotton to bamboo fiber, Dry-fit and silk. We are proud to cater for women, men and children in a full range of international sizes. Our 6 shops are located across Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.

Bambou Indochine opened its first boutique in Cambodia in 2008. Our goal was to bring original designs and international quality to the souvenir tshirt and resortwear market for locals and tourists alike. We are very proud of all of our staff who have worked with us over the years and are now helping us bring Bambou to the world through this website. We sincerely hope you enjoy your shopping experience!

Our Shops


Bambou Indochine Alley West 
Between the Old Market & Pub Street 
Telephone : 063 966 822 

Bambou Indochine Lucky Mall 
Sivatha Road 
Telephone : 063 966 071 

Bambou Indochine Siem Reap Airport 
Departure Hall, Siem Reap International Airport 
Telephone : 063 964 866 

Bambou Indochine Old Market 
Street 2, Left of Viva Restaurant 
Telephone : 063 968 602 


Bambou Indochine Street 178 
No.6, Street 178, Close to FCC Restaurnat 
Telephone : 023 214 720 

Bambou Indochine Phnom Penh Airport 
Departure Hall - Phnom Penh International Airport 
Telephone : 023 866 100

You can also find Bambou Indochine in a variety of hotels - click here for more locations


Cambodia is located between Vietnam, Thailand and Laos in South East Asia.
You will enjoy amazing diversity in Cambodia during your stay.

The Angkor Wat temples, rich culture, village life and Asia’s largest freshwater lake the Tonle Sap are all in and surrounding the North Western village of Siem Reap.

Travel south to find the dynamic and evolving capital city of Phnom Penh. Here you will find the national museumroyal palace, arts and craft markets and a true Asian city. Further south to Cambodia’s pristine coastline travellers discover undeveloped coastline and islands mixed with eclectic fishing communities and coastal resort towns from times past.