Shopping in Temples of Angkor

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    Prolung Khmer

    Look out for Prolung Khmer on the road between Preah Ko and Bakong. It’s a pottery and weaving centre producing stylish cotton krama (checked scarves) and ceramics, set up as a training collaboration between Cambodia and Japan.

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    Artisans Angkor

    This is a small branch of the impressive Artisans Angkor initiative, which aims to revitalise the handicraft industry around Siem Reap and Angkor. Prices are high compared with local markets, but it is mercifully air-conditioned and the quality of workmanship is impressive.

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    On the NH67 north to Banteay Srei District is the Lo-Yuyu ceramics workshop, producing traditional Angkorian-style pottery. Short pottery courses (US$10) are available for visitors if you fancy taking the wheel.

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    Dy Proeung Master Sculptor

    Dy Proeung Master Sculptor has created scale replicas of Preah Ko, Bakong and Lolei, plus Angkor Wat, Preah Vihear and Banteay Srei for good measure. Find it opposite Preah Ko.

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    Khmer Group Art of Weaving

    Right opposite Preah Ko temple is the Khmer Group Art of Weaving, turning out silk and cotton scarves on traditional looms.