This is not only a hop, as there are many in Cambodia that support the country's disabled. It is actually a combination of shop and school. In the annex next to the shop in Siem Reap you can see young people at work; they are taught to make carvings, paint, and lacquer. The shop sells not only products made in this particular school but also other handicrafts produced elsewhere. What I liked especialluy is that there is nobody who presses you to buy stuff: you may visit the school and yet decide not to buy anything. In the shop itself you can walk around and browse leisurely. Products are not extremely cheap, such at the famous Russian market in Phnom Penh, but the quality in excellent. I bought some pure silk scarves and cushion covers, handwoven for some 24 dollars per item.
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