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Delicious grilled fish or organic chicken but if you want a western food try home made pizza on... read more

Reviewed 27 December 2017
Cahors, France
Definitely worth supporting!

What a wonderful project with such loving and giving people! This is definitely a project worth... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2017
Hamburg, Deutschland
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Cultural Exchange & Volunteering, Women's Workplace, Shelter for Care and Informal Education, Woman Empowerment shop, Restaurant & Homestay run by the Mountain people.Kajsiab is a local Lao-Hmong community initiative, located northern Laos, Bokeo...more
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Chomkao Road | Half Way Up The Temple Stairs In Center, Turn Left 50 Meters On Your Right, Huay Xai POBOX 372, Laos
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Reviewed 27 December 2017

Delicious grilled fish or organic chicken but if you want a western food try home made pizza on wood hoven... ! Share discussions around a cosy fire place, nice bungalows if you spend the night. I warmly recommand and all benefits help a important comunity...More

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Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

What a wonderful project with such loving and giving people! This is definitely a project worth supporting! The people: We were very impressed and touched by the two founders of this project (Lara and Nzoua), the woman running the restaurant and homestay (Jong - Nzoua's...More

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Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

This was a pretty nice place. The idea behind it is very noble. It's a home for single mothers. They provide accomodation, a restaurant and a oppurtunity volunteer. My dad and I went here two days in a row and taught the women and children...More

Thank Danyyy08
Reviewed 5 December 2016

Was really looking forward to a community homestay, where i thought we would get welcomed in, invited to eat with the community and possibly assist with something if we could. This was not the case. Once we found the place we were literally shown to...More

1  Thank sharonagius
Reviewed 30 November 2016

We had a very nice time in the restaurant (we did not stay there) . End of the afternoon sunset, sky changing colors... beautiful. The women working at the restaurant we nice and friendly, and served us a great pizza made in their clay oven...More

Thank Ana C
Reviewed 15 October 2016

Project Kajsiab is a small grassroots project and you can feel the familiar atmosphere the moment you enter the place. The people in charge, Zjong and Boonchan, make you feel very at home. If you go to Huay Xai it's worth paying a little visit....More

1  Thank KarolienBelgium
Reviewed 7 April 2016

The Homestay and Restaurant generate much-needed funds for this small grassroots structure, which helps Hmong village women to overcome their problems and provides a shelter for them and their children either on a long-term basis or short-term. Wonderful work.

1  Thank Jennifer G
Reviewed 29 March 2016

I didn't stay at Daauw Home as they were all booked out, but I came for dinner both nights I was in Huay Xai. The food was great, especially the woodfire pizza and the family meal (where you eat with the family and get to...More

Thank sierrana7
Reviewed 30 December 2015

After reading the reviews we were excited to stay at the Daauwe Home. It's an authentic homestay -- no frills -- but a warm sense of community. PROs: - Great charity mission - Authentic feeling (lots of local folks and cute kids running around) -...More

Thank alistairduck
Reviewed 15 November 2015

A great human experience with Laotian people from the montain. A wonderful dutch women and her lao husband have founded this place to welcome mothers, most of them divorced, with their children. A great place to help them and live with them for a period...More

1  Thank Nemoreus
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You are probably best approaching the Hill tribe Museum in Chiang Rai.