Grab a tuk-tuk and start your fair-trade shopping in central Phnom Penh. Browse unique locally made brands and support Kymer communities.


  • Contributing towards various positive social enterprises and supporting the Khymer communities
  • Browsing and shopping unique and locally made brands
  • Wandering through the street life of central Phnom Penh


We’ll grab a tuk-tuk and start your fair-trade shopping in central Phnom Penh. Begin at Watthan Artisans Cambodia, a local social enterprise established in 2004 to showcase the talents of Cambodian disabled artists (weavers, woodcarvers, tailors, and more). The brand is also regarded as a lead player in the recent rebirth of Khmer fine craftsmanship. Browse top-quality fashion and home accessories made from locally woven silk, cotton, up-cycled materials, and re-claimed hardwoods.

Next, continue to the Friends ’n’ Stuff shop run by the Friends International NGO. This large social enterprise in Cambodia provides assistance to marginalized youth and their families. It runs a restaurant and shops and uses the profits to fund many community projects. Friends ’n’ Stuff is an ethical lifestyle brand that is rooted in and inspired by Southeast Asia. They proudly pioneered upcycled fashion in Cambodia and every purchase creates a positive social impact as all profit is reinvested into the programs of Friends International NGO. The day represents a fantastic opportunity to buy gifts for loved ones or treat yourself to something memorable to keep at home.

Your tour finishes with a cup of tea at the Friends Restaurant before returning back to your hotel.

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