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    Pailin Gemstones
    #49, Street 1.5, Battambang
    Cambodian Gemstones Jewellery, a nice gift for your loved ones or just a Cambodian Gemstone for souvenir. Affordable custom made jewelry using real natural gemstones in 24h shipped back home
    Pedro
    #A1-A2 Sivatha Blvd., Siem Reap
    The embodiment of sophistication and style is exuded in the line of footwear and accessories from PEDRO. An international influence for both men and women focused on the versatility of today, heightened fashion acumen is channelled each season. The collection for men offers contemporary footwear, bags, belts, wallets and an array of small leather goods; whilst the women’s collection offers a diverse line of footwear, bags and petite accessories exuding femininity with confidence.
    Penh Lenh
    #34B, Street 456, Toul Tom Poung area, Phnom Penh
    All products are handcrafted in Cambodia by female artisans overcoming overwhelming obstacles. Together, work hard to create unique, high quality products that enable artisans to pursue their life goals through quality education, vocational training, and career opportunities.
    Pidan Khmer
    #170, Street 63, Phnom Penh
    Pidan Khmer. Hand-woven cotton and silk, Cambodian ikat patterned silks, especially Hol Pidan; traditional pictorial ikat silk. Hand-loomed in Takeo and Kandal Provinces, the patterns are created using the traditional ikat method and natural dyes. Amazing collection of silks. 
    Rajana association
    55E0, Street 240, Chey Chumneas, Daun Penh, Phnom Penh
    The 9th through 14th century Angkor period reveals the wonder of Cambodian design and creativity. Marvelous structures, exemplified by Angkor Wat, assert the culture’s devotion to quality design. Through to the 20th century, villages incorporated the creation of fine linen, pottery, jewelry, and more, maintaining valued traditions. Sadly, these art forms came under threat during the reckless destruction of the Khmer Rouge regime. Rajana’s mission seeks to resurrect the creative talent that until recently has been deserted.
    Refill not and Landfill
    River Rd, Krong Siem Reap
    efillNotLandfill aims to cut down on the millions of plastic water bottles discarded throughout South-East Asia each year by offering an alternative: reusable stainless steel and aluminium bottles. Our informal consortium hopes to revolutionise the way that tourists consume water in a country where few plastic containers are recycled, with...
    Rehash Trash
    Sombai Road (next door to Sombai shop) Siem Reap, Siemreab-Otdar Meanchey, Cambodia
    firmly believes that the long term success of each child is strongly reliant on having long term solutions for their families. Following a `sustainable families` forum`, led by the students for their parents, Green Gecko Project developed a plan that would provide a steady income in a safe and happy environment for their mothers, women who had never had the chance in life to know what it was like to have a steady job that was neither degrading or dangerous.
    Sangker Gallery
    #194, Street 2, Battambang
    Sangker Gallery is a social and artistic hub of Battambang to promote cambodian artists.
    Senteurs d’Angkor Airport Shop
    Phnom Penh International Airport
    Come to visit our workshop. Through our different workshops you will discover the manufacturing of handmade soaps made from coconut oil, natural cosmetics, subtly scented balms and aromatic candles. Then you will attend the different steps in the treatment of local spices (Kampot pepper, lemongrass, chili…), and their subtile combinations to make the traditional Curry or Amok. You will also see the art of roasting coffee beans from Ratanakiri and the creation of our flavoured coffees and teas. Free tasting.
    Senteurs d’Angkor Old Market Shop
    Hospital Street, in front of Old Market , Siem Reap
    Come to visit our workshop. Through our different workshops you will discover the manufacturing of handmade soaps made from coconut oil, natural cosmetics, subtly scented balms and aromatic candles. Then you will attend the different steps in the treatment of local spices (Kampot pepper, lemongrass, chili…), and their subtile combinations to make the traditional Curry or Amok. You will also see the art of roasting coffee beans from Ratanakiri and the creation of our flavoured coffees and teas. Free tasting.
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