TaiBaan Crafts

Opened in 2011 as Saoban, the recently rebranded TaiBaan supports diverse ethnicities from more than 15 village crafts groups across 10 Lao provinces. When you buy from TaiBaan Crafts, a World Fair Trade Organization member, you provide employment and training for the artisans, and the profits stay in the village. At TaiBaan’s Vientiane shop, you’ll … Read more

The Weaving Sisters

We are Katu people from Salavan province and have years of weaving experience. We started our business in 2015 after working in Luang Prabang for a few years. Traditionally, Katu weaving has specific colour scheme, but we have adopted a wider choice of colours to suit customer preferences. As back-strap weavers, we can work anywhere, … Read more

Thavixok Rattan House

Located in Vientiane, Thavixok Rattan House manufactures handmade furniture and other products from rattan. Rattan furniture is a fantastic choice for your home as it is comfortable, stylish, and long-lasting. We offer high quality rattan furniture at great prices. Whether you are shopping for your vacation home or want to bring a natural, easy-breezy style … Read more

Naga Creations

“Naga Creations” is a Laotian handicraft and jewelry workshop, with two retail outlets on the main street. The range of products is very wide: from inexpensive and crafty hilltribe accessories to high-end jewelry. Since 2004, Lao artisans have created unique items inspired by the cultural heritage of Luang Prabang. Discerning shoppers will find quality handmade … Read more

Luang Prabang Deaf & Mute Community Handicraft Shop

Visit the Luang Prabang Deaf & Mute Community Handicraft Shop, located near the bowling alley on the road from the stadium, watch the residents weave and farm, and purchase their products. The Sisters of Charity opened the school to teach professional skills, such as traditional Lao weaving and sewing, to the deaf and mutes so … Read more

Ma Té Sai

Ma Té Sai means “Where is it from?” in Lao language. As a social enterprise based in Luang Prabang, we select and co-create beautiful gifts, textiles and homewares handmade by people from villages across Laos. Some of our artisans are from remote and rural Laos, making traditional handicrafts; some are farmers growing local produce; and … Read more

Indigo Fabric

Conveniently located on Luang Prabang’s Kingkitsarath Road, Indigo Fabric is a small locally-owned business, working to preserve the beauty of traditional Lao textiles and handicrafts as well as to empower young artisans and weavers. Our products are authentic handicrafts made by ethnic minority artisans using traditional skills and natural materials. You’ll find cushion covers, bedding, … Read more

Queen Design Lao

Visit the small boutique of Australian designer, Christine Boyle, nestled under a giant mango tree across the road from Wat Xieng Thong. In her shop/studio, Christine creates unique designs from locally hand-woven cottons, crisp linens, Japanese kimono silks and other natural fibres such as hemp. To complement this range, Queen Design Lao also has a … Read more