Caruso Lao

Shopping Sakkaline Road, Luang Prabang, Laos Published on: 13-11-2015

09:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Cosmetic & Beauty
Art & Handmade
Local souvenir
25.00 USD

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Caruso Lao offers local handicrafts and furnishings that are 100 percent designed and crafted in Laos . Most of the things they have here are upmarket and classy.

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Why Caruso Lao is special ?

Caruso Laois located in a charming old colonial house that offers breathtaking views of the Mekong River. The store is the brainchild of Montreal-native Sandra Yuck, who has lived in Southeast Asia for more than 30 years, and who draws on her fashion industry experience to work with talented local artisans to develop a handmade collection of functional and elegant high quality home accessories.

All of Caruso's silks are locally hand-woven; wooden products are carved from indigenous trees by master carvers and turners.

The handicrafts available here are of the finest quality and design and is well worth a visit for the discerning eye and a bountiful pocket.


How to get to Caruso Lao?

If you take a walk on the main street of Luang Prabang (and it is impossible not to), you will be sure to notice the shop called Caruso Lao. It stands out too much to be missed

Selling points

  • Exquisite Lao handicrafts
  • Exceptionally beautiful products
  • Talented local artisans
  • Elegant high quality handicrafts
  • Spectaular hand made wooden products
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3.0 days
629.86 USD
Total travel distance
Number of places
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Sakkaline Road, Luang Prabang, Laos

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Tips for you

  • You have to leave your shoes at the bottom of the staircase (it is a Laotian tradition, shoes are left outside not only at temples but also at home.
    Things to do
  • They can ship anywhere and you must take your time. You can look for more information from:
  • Don't forget to inspect the second floor which the owner calls her gallery - the large room is furnished like an actual flat, making the most of Sandra Yuck's sense of design.
    What to see
  • The shop consists of hand crafted items such as bowls, vases, cups, trays, condiment holders and furniture, using a variety of local woods, usually single pieces, but crafted to a real elegance and quality of finishing, many items trimmed with silver.
  • You will also find them in Vientiane at showroom in Vientiane, located in a charming colonial house overlooking the Mekong River.
  • Some of prices are not for the faint of heart. But worth every penny.


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This shop only has the best available in the country in the best finishes and is therefore expensive by Lao standards. The handicrafts available here are of the finest quality and design and is well worth a visit for the discerning eye and a bountiful pocket.

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