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A breath of fresh air

Here is a place with a difference, providing adults with disabilities an environment to socialise... read more

Reviewed 13 December 2012
PatrickN225
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Holsworthy, United Kingdom
Good place to be

This place shows how good the world can be when there is a place for everyone to fullfill... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2012
kirstine d
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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Reviewed 13 December 2012

Here is a place with a difference, providing adults with disabilities an environment to socialise and work making a wide range of woven clothes, t-shirts, tablecloths, cards and coasters etc. The small workshop is called Baan Sanook (the house of joy) and is certainly a...More

5  Thank PatrickN225
Reviewed 20 August 2012

This place shows how good the world can be when there is a place for everyone to fullfill. Idealistic in a very good way, I love this place, love to know that it exist. And more pragmatic, it is fun to dance with the members...More

6  Thank kirstine d
Reviewed 20 May 2012

We went there after reading about it on trip advisor. We met some of the people who go there to learn crafts and socialize. And of course we had to buy some of the items they sell since we were given personal demonstrations by the...More

3  Thank laranati
Reviewed 4 February 2012

We just dropped in here and ended up staying for quite a while, chatting to everyone and even being treated to an impromptu dancing display! Everybody was lovely, and it's clear that the project makes a huge difference to many lives. The products for sale...More

3  Thank Hannah B
Reviewed 14 January 2012

Our family spent a lovely hour visiting the Healing Family Foundation. The artists really enjoy visitors and their work is amazing. I bought a t shirt and drink coasters which have been commented on positively since I came home. I would highly recommend visiting if...More

4  Thank Lizzy L
Reviewed 6 January 2012

Me and my friend found the Healing Family Foundation by coincidence while cycling around Chiang Mai. It's easy to find it and it is really worth paying a visit. We could see the artists at work and we were lucky to see one of them...More

3  Thank Nataša K
Reviewed 27 November 2011

We got lost the first time we set out to find this place but it was worth the effort of trying again. We were greated with warmth and smiles, a welcome glass of water and an interesting account of the history of the centre. In...More

5  Thank Kerryn C
Reviewed 15 November 2011

One of the kindest and most compassionate places I visited while in Chiang Mai. Was greeted like an old friend, and spent the afternoon making Krathong with the students, staff, and visitors there. Reading more about the place, it gives me hope there is humanity...More

5  Thank tonydjr14
Reviewed 12 November 2011

This is a wonderful little day centre set up for mentally and physically disabled people. The 'artists' make handicrafts, handwoven scarfs, t-shirts and other lovely pretty bits and bobs. It is well worth a visit and you will be warmly welcomed. If you have free...More

5  Thank Nicola G
Reviewed 9 November 2011

We stumbled upon Baan Sanook whilst on a walk on our first day in Chiang Mai, and we were so pleased that we did. The weavers produce some wonderful items and all are unique. We wanted to buy everything that they had on offer; such...More

5  Thank havingfunholidays
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Jura B
14 October 2016|
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I just visited The Healing Family Foundation yesterday, Mr. Pradit (founder)told me that they are opened Mon - Fri, 8~ 9 am onwards.
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Stever53
9 February 2015|
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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.
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