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Our tour guide brought us there. After a quick tour of the disabled artists, we quickly went into the shop. I took a quick look at the products and concluded that the quality isn’t really high. Worse, while they marketed themselves “made by disabled artists”,...More
18 of us travelling with Jetwing Travels, Sri Lanka, visited this place on 24th November 2017. This is basically a store selling handicrafts and other handmade products said to be produced by handicapped people. I did not purchase anything as the prices were too high....More
What a huge selection. Silk, wool hand crafted wood items, hand sewn items, lots of silver & jewelry as well as paintings.
Definitely the place to go to buy what ever your looking for that’s on your to buy list.
Prices are way on the...More
We went here to buy some local made items. There is a large variety of items to look at, provides a good amount of options if you are not sure. The sales person may get too pushy for the comfort of some. You need to...More
They tell everyone that the items are made by their local shop but we noticed that a lot of the items were the same as we found in the night markets, only more expensive. Shopping was very annoying as they follow you around in droves...More
This complex serves as a location for handcrafts manufactured by handicapped workers and the adjacent large store selling handicrafts made by poor people and people with disabilities.
There are people with disabilities working there in the various areas, we counted 9, but only 3 areas...More
It has a section for you to see how the work is done but dont get fooled by it. The local guides will take you there, they probably get a cut from the shop..
The place is a total rip off, unfortunately this was the...More
Our Guide from Happy Angkor Tours took us to Angkor Big Luck as I wanted to buy arts and crafts made by locals - not imported - as many roadside shops seem to stock!
We were able to see the people working on their wood...More
The place is positioned as Handicraft done by unprivileged (only a few of the items are, used to emotionally convince you to enter, and not clear how proceeds are used to help them).
The plane is filled by tourist convinced by the tour guides to...More