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This is over nearby the Narawat Bridge and is about a 20 minutes walk from the Tha Phae gate. They all weave hand looms and sew in the building and create t-shirts, small change purses, hand bags, scarves, and a variety of other arts and...More
We were staying nearby so decided to go in and see, amazing place!
We had a very warm welcome and a nice gentleman there told us the story of the centre and what they do there.
They have some lovely crafts on sale, which have...More
We came here after finding it on line - it's a small shop / centre where a group of young people with various disabilities are making handicrafts to sell - we had a warm welcome, was told a bit about the centre and met some...More
I came to volunteer thinking how much help I could give only to have been helped. This beautiful gifted artist bring a joy a love when you're greeted. They're unique product that can only be made once and never copied. The president never asks for...More
Definitely worth visiting and supporting, especially since it means so much to them. Very warm and welcoming people, and some nice little handmade and woven bags, purses and other things they produce which we took home for gifts. Nice area to wander too with lots...More
We were staying nearby and strolling around the area, when we spotted the signs outside and went to have a look. So glad we did! This is a wonderful place - set up to provide a work environment for people with disabilities. Handlooms are used...More
We enjoyed the visit to the Healing Family Foundation. Everyone there is friendly and happy. It is nice to see them in a lovely community weaving and interacting with each other and contributing. The foundation president greeted us when we visited. He introduced us to...More
This place is definitely worth a visit. This foundation supports local people with physical and intellectual challenges to make and sell crafts. The artists weave beautiful scarves, bags, book marks, placemats and cards etc. Each one is truly unique, unlike the mass produced tems for...More
No, we just walked in one afternoon , no youngsters there as I think it was new year holiday, but a lovely lady in a wheelchair welcomed us and set a hand loom so we all had a go at weaving, maybe best to go in the morning.