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Why Tiny Kampot Pillows is special ?
Tiny Kampot Pillows is a big fabric and textile shop based in the provincial Cambodian city of Kampot. There are many kings and types of pillows, cushions, quilts, place mats, drink coasters and a range of bags and so on.
They custom make pillows and cushions for local businesses and for travelers. We also produce original Bookmarks, Greeting Cards, Prints and Reproduction Indochine Photos - all printed in Kampot. They carry a range of locally produced gift items and local pepper, salt, coffee and honey. A percentage of our sales on selected items in the shop are donated to The Kampot Children's Dental Clinic and The Buddhist Library.
What to explore at Tiny Kampot Pillows?
When you walk in the front door you will see the biggest smile in Cambodia. It is so great.This little shop is an Aladdin's cave full of quality interesting and very reasonably priced gifts along with some souvenirs to take home. They also have some great reproductions of old postcards. The woman who is very friendly, always smiling,working is more than happy to answer questions. There are silk scarves, pillows all made on the premises. Also reproduction photos of old French Indochina that are in a large photo album and definitely worth a look at.
How to get to Tiny Kampot Pillows?
The best way to go around and to this shop is by bicycle. Just with $1/ per bicycle, you can get more information on www.cambodiacycling.com
Tuk tuk is also a popular mean in Cambodia, you can catch it everywhere, especially in central market with $6 to the center of Phompenh and $15 to go around. You can ask the driver riding you to Tiny Kampot Pillows
- Beautiful little shop
- A great place for handmade Cambodian souvenirs
- Very good shop near 2000 roundabout
- Brilliant Shop
- Super cute and friendly
2000 Roundabout, Kampot, Cambodia
Tips for you
Stopped here after being told to visit by a fellow traveler I met during lunch. Sure glad I found this place. Tiny Kampot Pillows looks like just another little gift shop from the outside - but step inside and you will be amazed. The place is filled with so much: pillows, quilts, bags, scarves all made locally. It also has honey, Kampot pepper, and salt - all produced locally. They also have some great reproductions of old postcards. The woman who was working was more than happy to answer questions. I recommend visiting for some unique gifts. I bought some great old postcards as well as some little bags of Kampot pepper (each included green, red and white peppers as well as some locally produced salt). The prices are very reasonable.