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I can’t add any more to the recent preceding reviews about the ethical origins of the shop and it’s contents except to confirm its principles.
The shop is well presented and well laid out. The gifts are of a high quality and are well made....More
Unlike Siem Reap, Phnom Penh does not have many shops selling well designed and well made souvenirs. Many shops gave me that church bazaar feeling, well meant but not things that really delight.
Artisans Angkor was the only shop in town where I found hand...More
Our family ( parents and a child 6 years old) enjoyed very much our stroll among Artisans d' Angkor where we discovered all about Cambodian arts and crafts. The shop is very nice as well and the people who make the guided tour excellent. Totally...More
As part of our "immersion" our tour guide brought us to a Cambodian social business training and creating job opportunities for the young people in rural areas while reviving traditional Khmer craftsmanship. Providing vocational training in the handicrafts sector, Artisans' D' Angkor started as the...More
Artisans d'Angkor is a charity which trains young people from rural areas in traditional skills, benefiting the youngsters and ensuring the skills aren't lost to the country. Being guided round the workshops provides a fascinating insight into the lacquerwork, silver crafts, wood carving and so...More
Truely beautiful shop with magnificent things to buy and bring back home. Founded with the aim of providing training and employment to underprivilaged rural Cambodians. We bought a rose wood head of the mother of Buddha, a silk cushen cover, a silk shawl with collorful...More
As mentioned in previous reviews of the quality goods u can purchased, customers are welcome to visit the craftsmen at work. Humble, focus, artistic and friendly are these craftsmen. They make it appreciate why it is worth very dollars for their hard work!
We visited the Siem Reap store which is also home to their silver plating and jewellery workshops. The store is broken into 5 different spaces and feature an impressively large collection of fashion, accessories, jewellery, ceramics, toiletries, homewares, sculpture, lighting and more, all impeccably presented....More
To attend a tour, max 10 min, in the working space the tour guide expects a tip at the end of the tour.It' nice to see it, but you' ll forget it quickly.
The shop next to it has some nice stuff, but nothing you...More