|Monday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
Great place with lots of handmade items available for sale. They also have a pottery class available, you must reserve at least 1 day in advance.
If you are looking for something special, a statue, pottery or word work. Make the effort to go here and take a look. You will not be disappointed.
Very interesting handicrafts. Impressive works they put on every object you see in this shop. From clay pots, silk scarfs, to Buddhas and more, everything are shown with dedication and passion.
Amazing work, great way to support and encourage the dying art of artisan crafts work. Yes it cost more then mass produced souvenirs, these pieces ar to be seen as someone put their manual work in there, creating something that sometimes can take months to make. Their souls and hearts go into to those pieces, and that is what you take home. A piece made from someone who is creating something beautiful. Its important to keep culture and art alive.
Great artisan products and all the staff are very helpful and friendly but not pushy like some of the markets in town. Well worth a visit!
Smaller than I thought but it was a nice place and you don't get harassed to buy something. You can get something more special here like pottery or sculptures and everything is handmade.
The people who work there are very unasuming unlike some places, were they follow you about trying the hard sell. We bought a bag made by someone who has HIV glad to help support this worthy cause and pick up a very nice product into the bargain. Hugely recommend.
The AHA is a wonderful place to purchase Cambodian gifts and souvenirs to take home. Homemade pottery, silverware, textiles, stone work and more are features and sold. All goods are certifiably made in Cambodia. The quality is top notch. The prices will be higher than in the markets downtown, but only here are you guaranteed a huge a real product from a local artisan.
It is a bit out of the way but if you're looking to buy back some handmade scarfs, pottery items and wooden busts and carvings etc... This is the place to go. Everything is either made in house or sourced from local artisans. More importantly, YOU WON'T GET RIPPED OFF HERE. The place is a non-profit shop so prices are very reasonable and go back to the locals. I got a few handmade Khmer scarves and throws for just $7 a piece. Other places in town were selling them for $20 to even $30. Also got a really nice aromatherapy burner for just $6. All in all, a good place to check out if you wanna shop for souvenirs, give back to the local community and not get ripped off.
Amazing handmade products from local Artisans. If you are looking for a break from the mass produced items in the downtown markets, this is your place. Great people and good prices too.
We spent three hours at the handicraft association making a stone carving. The instructor was extremely passionate, warm and skilled at teaching us the finer parts of carving sandstone. Besides getting a much better understanding of the effort required to create each piece I now feel like I understood elements of design and the history behind carvings a lot better
What an amazing place! You can invest your money in hand crafted goods made by local people instead of buying mass produced elephant print trousers in the street markets... We bought some beautiful hand woven scarves and hand carved soap stone trinkets all for very reasonable prices. If you’re looking for something to do in between visiting the temples, then drop by here!
No doubt I am loving their jobs. As other reasons it's helpful to the Cambodian locals for survival. I loved to be a part to support them. Nice and friendly people.