Find the best place for responsible shopping in Siem Reap on Road 60, on the way to the Angkor Temples Ticket Office

AHA’s Fair Trade Village

The AHA Fair Trade Village provides local artisans the opportunity to showcase their artwork to travelers looking for responsible shopping in Siem Reap. It is a permanent open marketplace where everything on display is hand made exclusively by local Cambodian artisans and their communities within the rural areas surrounding Siem Reap Town.

Shopping in Siem Reap and finding authentic souvenirs is sometimes complicated for most visitors; it is estimated that over 80% of the souvenir goods sold in town are imported or mass produced and most travelers are unable to identify authentic products.This negatively impacts the local handicraft sector, and the ability for local artisans to make a living.

The AHA Souvenir Market features handmade silk, cotton, silverware, statues made from stone, bronze and wood, hand-woven textiles and natural fibers, paintings, bags and accessories, ceramics and much more.

At the AHA Fair Trade Village, you can be sure the items you purchase are hand made by Cambodian producers and also that you are supporting the livelihoods of local artisans. It is the best options for travelers looking for unique items and responsible shopping in Siem Reap

We work hard to create a great shopping experience for visitors in the AHA Fair Trade Village, with fixed prices set by the artisans.

Why you should visit AHA when shopping in Siem Reap

  • Authentic Khmer handicrafts. These are unique, quality items that are handmade – no imported trinkets here!
  • Products are often being made right on site. You can meet the artisans and learn about the people behind these beautiful handicrafts.
  • The AHA Fair Trade Village is fully owned, managed and supplied by Cambodian people.
  • Open from 10AM-7PM Monday to Friday, we’re located on the way to the Angkor Temples Checkpoint on Rd 60, a short Tuk Tuk ride away!

Location

Rd. 60, Trang Village, Sangkat Slorkram, Siem Reap, Cambodia (200m after the bridge)