This swish store downstairs in the bijou hotel of the same name sells handmade passementrie (trimmings) items, textiles, antiques and accessories. It also produces some of the world's finest tassels here for export.
A wonderful trinket shop selling all kinds of ephemera and kitsch, plus old photos and prints by local artists. Worth stopping in even if you're not buying.
Fine silk bags, chunky jewellery, fashionable shirts and skirts. Definitely not your run-of-the-mill charity gift shop.
It is possible to see silk being woven and to purchase top-quality silk products destined for the French market at Soieries du Mékong, 150m south of where NH56 from Sisophon meets the baray (the reservoir surroundin…
Originally established by the Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation, Weaves of Cambodia, known locally as Chum Ka Mo, is a silk-weaving centre that provides work and rehabilitation for land-mine and polio victims, …
A tiny, NGO-run sewing workshop on the outskirts of town that trains disadvantaged women and sells purses, stuffed toys, kramas and cotton and silk accessories.
Pursat's old market area has plenty of bric-a-brac to sift through, and cheap food stalls.