Louise Loubatieres, Siem Reap
Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
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Visited Louise Loubatieres with the intention of purchasing wedding gifts but the items were so beautiful and unique I ended up selfishly keeping many of them. The lacquer pieces are gorgeous as are t... read more »
A great place to slow down, shop and enjoy the day. Not so crowded with good eateries from brunch to late at night. We shopped at Louise Loubatieres' little shop and picked up a few very cut and styli... read more »
This store is a must, especially if you like to wear scarves or are looking for that unique table cloth or runner. These are keeper souvenirs or gifts to take back and the quality is high. We ran in t... read more »
Stéphane De Greef
Stunning souvenirs and decoration. If you're into interior design or looking for high quality souvenirs of Cambodia, Louise will certainly have the perfect stuff for you.
Little shop with lots of nice finds by the lovely and dedicated Louise. ..
כמה רחובות המהווים Upscale shopping in Siem Reap — Kandal Village Kandal Village, a community of shop, cafe, restaurant and spa owners who have transformed two rows of once-bland storefronts into one of Siem Reap’s coolest mini ’hoods. Silk scarves with modern ikat designs, boldly hued diamond-quilted cotton blankets and delicate silver spoons and miniatures, plus one-off pieces like geometric 19th-century weaving patterns from France, are on display at Louise Loubatieres. A few doors down is funkier Trunkh., packed with treasures produced (or found, on a co-owner’s provincial buying forays) in Cambodia: boldly patterned cotton shirts and pants, primitive animal figurines made of unfired river mud, dragonfly silk-screened sarongs, aging hand-painted shop signs, and carousel animals. The Cambodian designer Sirivan Chak Dumas’s boutique of the same name displays smart, well-priced women’s wear in bright and neutral-toned linen, silk and featherweight cotton, but if tailor-made is more your style, head to Neary Khmer, where you can select from richly hued raw silks (starting at $7 a meter) and have something made to order.
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