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Why Garden of Eden Shop is special ?
It's a nice little shop where you can look around and decide which bracelet or necklace or anything else you want to make. The team will teach you how to make the different pieces on the little balcony overlooking the river. The shop is equipped with everything you need . You only pay for the jewellery you make but not for the tuition or class or help
It is a garden of dreams, with all those cleverly composed vivid colors and beautiful materials from which Nik's artefacts are made of: an organical collection of necklaces, rings and earrings, bracelets and other small objects that make part of their artistic research.
It is a garden of dreams, because the owners of this unique workshop have one big dream, which they are really happy to share with anyone curious enough: to make original and artisanal jewellery uniquely designed at low prices, so that anyone can buy a beautiful and authentic souvenir or a nice present to bring home from Luang Prabang.
How to get to Garden of Eden Shop?
This little shop is located near Dyen Sabai Restaurant so you can take a tuktuk to the restaurant and walk to the Garden of Eden Shop. It’s down to the Bamboo Bridge (not town side) and it is worth the visit to cross the bridge.
- Relaxing and Memorable
- Wonderful experience and fantastic people!
- A lovely way to spend a morning
- Truly a Garden in Eden
- The ideal Luang Prabang escape
Phanluang Village, Luang Prabang, Laos
Tips for you
This little shop is located near Dyen Sabai Restaurant on the dirt pathway down to the Bamboo Bridge (not town side) and it is worth the visit to cross the bridge (bridge toll 5000 kip (just less than A$1 for daily multiple crossings). All the items are handmade, some even from recycled paper. They hold FREE classes to make your own item of jewellery which run from 9am-6pm and you just pay for what you use to make it ($1-12). I purchased a lovely ring for 56000kip, less than A$10. The lady serving me was very pleasant and helpful. Anyone who can't handle steep stairs should avoid using the bamboo bridge.