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Artisans Angkor

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Artisans Angkor

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Take the hassle out of traveling between Thailand and Cambodia with this private, guided tour that includes an overnight stay in a comfortable Siem Reap hotel. Over two days, explore some of Cambodia’s most-celebrated temple ruins - including national icon Angkor Wat, and take a boat to visit the floating villages of Tonle Sap lake. Return to Bangkok or Pattaya enriched by the ancient Khmer culture and architecture.
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John B wrote a review Aug 2020
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We went on a Scenic Cruise down the Mekong River in July 2019. A part of the cruise included some time in Siem Reap (before going cross country to get on the ship.) The cruise line offered several possible day trips--including time at the Artisans of Angkor. It was great tour, very interesting. We then spent some time in their gift shop where we spent several hundred dollars. One of my purchases was a stone stylized lion. After being at home for a while, I decided that I really wanted another one. They had an online shop at that time where you could buy many of the things from the gift shop. In mid-April 2020 I went to the store and ordered a second lion. With shipping, it was a little over $200. I expected it to take a while but after a month, I wrote to them asking for a status. No answer. Since then, I've written two more times. Still no answer. And while the web site is still there, the link to the gift shop is gone. It is beginning to look like I'm just out the money. NOT a great experience!
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Joel K wrote a review Apr 2020
Vancouver, Canada2,839 contributions474 helpful votes
We really enjoyed both observing the artisans and the arts and crafts. We bought quite a few scarves, spices, silk underpants and more.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Gramps2 wrote a review Mar 2020
Boston, MA70 contributions15 helpful votes
We spent approx. one hour touring the workshops of Artisans Angkor. This business trains and employs local talent to learn and maintain the craftwork of their country, and you get to see them at work. The results are amazing! Everyone we saw seemed 100% dedicated to their work, and their handiworks are very impressive. They also have a gift shop on site, where you can help to support them by making a small purchase. It is worth the time to visit this workshop.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Lamarika wrote a review Mar 2020
Siem Reap, Cambodia4 contributions
We bought a few silk scarfs from their shop which were very hight quality but the price was also exsorbitant. Anyway happy to support them as they offered a job opportunity to the Cambodian young adults.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Housemartin wrote a review Mar 2020
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My wife and I went to visit, takes upto an hour to complete the free tour(shop at the end if you choose to purchase anything, free shipping). Great to see such complex skills first hand. Timber and stone carving and all the processes in-between. Porcelain, copper and silk work. Very interesting and well explained by our guide. All supporting the local community, giving skills to people that might not have as many opportunities as others. Would fully recommend that you visit.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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