Free guided tour (tip the guide) of workshops where trainee craftsmen & women are learning traditional crafts. Great way to spend an hour if you're looking for a bit more Khmer culture than you'd find on pub street.
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Your first stop in SR to see handicraft. Lots of different crafts are on display for sale. Everything is authentic and good quality. Many areas to explore so just go in a clockwise direction around the space. Silks are probably overpriced but other items are...More
We went on a free tour of the workshop at Artisans Angkor, it's situated right in the city centre. Very interesting as the guide explained all the steps involved in making traditional items to sell in their shop. All the workers who are trained are...More
We had a lovely visit to artisans angkor. In the heart of siem reap, the craft shop trains and hires underprivileged Cambodians in various craft skills (from wood carving to silk weaving). The location in siem reap has free tours of the crafts shops there...More
Visit these workshops to see how the craftsmen and women make the stone and wood carvings. The art, clothes and jewellery are top quality at this centre which also trains all its artists and staff.
They give a free tour on 10 art-related workshops like sculpturing, carving, painting, jewelry-making with a tourist guide to give description on the things being done. The last stop is their shop where you can buy goods fit for bringing home for friends.
there are workshops and a shop here. The workshops allow you to see traditional crafts in action and you can buy the products in the shop. There are some beautiful things and its hard not to buy everything! This is also for a good cause...More
Well worth a visit. We saw many of these local crafts on our journey, but here, everything is in one place. Higher, but still cheap prices, with money going back into the enterprise and keeping people in work and traditional crafts alive.
This is a fantastic way to see how the wood and sandstone sculptures are created from scratch. When you arrive a tour guide (free, although you may want to tip) takes you through the workshop and explains what's happening. The tour guide was very knowledgeable...More