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Genevieve's Fair Trade Village

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Genevieve's Fair Trade Village

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#158 Sok San Road Group 14, Steung Thmey Village, Siem Reap 17252 Cambodia
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HIVdetective wrote a review Apr 2020
Siem Reap Province, Cambodia101 contributions6 helpful votes
If you're looking for a difficult and in professional you've come to the perfect place. Common sense is non existent and the foreigner I interacted with not only cost them my custom but that of the 12 other people hoping to spend their money. Jenny really needs to open her eyes and start working on her customer service skills... in this climate mistakes can't be made. At this point I'd advise you find friendlier places to visit and spend your money. Sorry...
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Date of experience: December 2019
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maureen r wrote a review Jan 2020
Montreal, Canada15 contributions2 helpful votes
I wandered into Genieve gift shop- down a small alley on a side street near pub street. A small shop with items made in Cambodia paying a fair wage to the artisans. I bought a beautiful pair of flowing Capri pants to wear around the temples, sewn by the woman at the cash. I bought a print by an artist who I later met down the block in his wheelchair.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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hideh0 wrote a review Dec 2019
Preston, United Kingdom230 contributions173 helpful votes
We came cross this little shop, siuated down an ally. A shop with a purpose, somewhere to buy truely unique souveniers so much better than tourist tat. It also helps the less advantaged.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Bjarni H wrote a review Nov 2019
Noerresundby, Denmark2 contributions
Wow came across this amazing place by accidend well worth the visit. I was amazed how this people work hard and really friendly.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Emma&HollieTravel wrote a review Nov 2019
Cambodia105 contributions25 helpful votes
We stumbled across Genevieves Fair Trade Village one evening after dinner and were so glad that we did. The bags, braceletts and other pieces were so beautifully crafted and made with such love and care, used with all sustainable and lovely quality fabrics . It was refreshing to come to a  market that made and sold under the same roof, had great craftsmanship and consideration for the things being made. After speaking to Rick the owner and meeting the lovely Nareth- one of the ladies who worked there, we decided to go to a workshop the next day. There are a few different options to chose from, bracelett making, booking making/ binding and a paper making workshop ( which is what we chose to do that cost 5 USD each) The paper workshop was honestly  one of our highlights of being in Siem Reap. Naret showed us step by step how to make beautiful, organic  paper made out of blendid, recycled newspapers and other components. We had the best time learning, laughing and having so much fun along the way. We also made various lovely colours too! Nareth was so kind, patient and greatly skilled in her craft,  we felt grateful to be able learn this skill from her. We would have loved to do other classes and would have liked to help out in the workshop but sadly we were leaving Siem Reap the next day. Thank you so much Rick and Nareth for such a lovely morning! We wish you all the best! Emma, Hollie and Laura x
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Date of experience: November 2019
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