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Khmer Ceramics & Fine art Gallery

Alley West #38, Siem Reap 12000, Cambodia
+855 63 763 782
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Rainy day activity I would do again ....raining or not!

What a wonderful experience this was for the whole family. The instructors were all deaf and are... read more

Reviewed today
travelMcs
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Hong Kong, China
Great teacher, great class, but disappointing outcome

We truly enjoyed the class, much thanks to our teachers - who were deaf and unable to speak. We... read more

Reviewed December 14, 2016
JoyceKPT
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Singapore
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“Rainy day activity I would do again ....raining or not!”
Dec 14, 2016
“Great teacher, great class, but disappointing outcome”
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Alley West #38, Siem Reap 12000, Cambodia
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+855 63 763 782
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Reviewed today

What a wonderful experience this was for the whole family. The instructors were all deaf and are excellent at their craft and teaching. Despite the limited communication they really do teach you how to make 3 pieces well. A bowl, plate and a cup. The...More

Thank travelMcs
Reviewed December 14, 2016

We truly enjoyed the class, much thanks to our teachers - who were deaf and unable to speak. We communicated through an interpreter of sign language, and also hand signs! We made in total 5 pieces each, and were allowed to bring home one piece...More

Thank JoyceKPT
Reviewed November 27, 2016 via mobile

Bought a bunch of ceramics from their shop in the old Market. The display is nice and quaint and a lot of their products are really good. Hand-picked most of my purchases but decided last minute to get a second of the blue bowls so...More

Thank qtpiegollywow
Reviewed March 30, 2016

We did not do the class but this was the only place in Siem Reap that we found something to buy. We bought lovely ceramic drinking mugs (no handles) and a great water pitcher. We found it was not expensive. They accept visa.

Thank Travelseverywhere16
Reviewed January 10, 2016 via mobile

We came across the small retail shop in the tourist malls of pub street. Everyone loved the products and bought and wanted more. Thanks will return with bigger bag. Lovely shop 2 stores in trendy shopping mallMore

Thank Phill S
Sreymom S, Guest Relations Manager at Khmer Ceramics & Fine art Gallery, responded to this reviewResponded February 24, 2016

Dear Phill S, Thanks for your kind review, it support our social project and give us motivation to do better each day. The street of our shop is Alley West and is very authentic. It is good to let know other travelers know about that....More

Reviewed November 20, 2015 via mobile

This is a fun ceramics center. We did not take the pottery class as we just visited it for some souvenirs as we thought that the fee was lil bit expensive. It has wide collection of ceramics

Thank thepaulhere
Reviewed October 5, 2015

The kids and I really enjoyed this. In fact my youngest says it was one of the highlights of our trip. Not cheap at $20 each plus another $5 if you want any extra pieces fired. You get to make 5 pieces, and choose one...More

1  Thank Jacqueline E
Reviewed September 14, 2015

A lovely little shop in the west alley that consist of two floors, displaying colourful ceramics that you can purchase.

Thank BlueClearSky1587
Reviewed August 15, 2015

We join this class and it is fun to play with pottery, its too bad we pay for $20 make 5 pottery but only can take 1 to home. they will "bake" our artwork for us and send back to our hotel next day, we...More

Thank Vneefong
Reviewed July 22, 2015

This was a fun activity to do after a day of visiting temples. Learn how to use a pottery wheel and make bowls, mugs and vases. Great teachers who teach you skills but also give u freedom to experiment. I would highly recommend this attraction

Thank Kiwiwannabe83
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