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A wonderful place to visit

Tucked away, but well worth finding. This is a weaving hall with a shop attached that sells the... read more

Reviewed 8 February 2018
nicholaswillmott
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Chicago, Illinois
Heartwarming market

This is a little weaving shop with an attached store. The items sold are incredibly inexpensive... read more

Reviewed 26 December 2017
Kegan36604
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Mobile, AL
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Reviewed 8 February 2018

Tucked away, but well worth finding. This is a weaving hall with a shop attached that sells the products that are made there. The products are made with incredible love, but are very inexpensive and I understand that 90% of the selling price goes to...More

1  Thank nicholaswillmott
Reviewed 26 December 2017

This is a little weaving shop with an attached store. The items sold are incredibly inexpensive; and clearly not simply redundant of what everyone else is selling. The selection isn't wide, but it is nice. Best of all are the weavers. The foundation is a...More

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Reviewed 27 August 2017

Popped in after visiting Wat Ket. And what a lovely welcome! Chatted to an older chap who told us about the project, his son is one of the resident artists. They invite you to have a go at the loom, and have numerous crafted items...More

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Reviewed 3 August 2017

Walked to the Healing Family Foundation after my visit to Wat Ket Karam. They are very welcoming, do great work & appreciate your support.

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Reviewed 16 July 2017

We were able to walk to the Healing Family Foundation from our hotel and managed to find it although it is tucked around a corner off the main tourist path. If you manage to get here (as I do hope you will), you will be...More

Thank TeenThatTravels
Reviewed 22 June 2017

We visited this place as part of the global perspectives trip and the issue was providing livelihood for the disenfranchised members of society, especially those with mental disabilities. The folks at the center welcomed us very nicely and they gave us an overview of what...More

Thank Allan N
Reviewed 23 February 2017

It's a good place to heal you soul and sorrow. All artists kept laughing while weaving, I am still smiling when I think of it. Khun Pradit ( the founder) and the artists are amazing, it is indeed the house of joy!

Thank Ivy L
Reviewed 10 January 2017

i visited the healing family foundation in november last year. I was warmly welcomed by the gentleman who started this foundation off, He has a son who has disability. I enjoyed mixing and chatting with the ladies and gentlemen that use this centre. I learnt...More

1  Thank bigalaussie
Reviewed 14 November 2016

Stopped here yesterday and had a wonderful time! Unfortunately they were not weaving and only a few of the artists were there but the man who started it invited us in and kindly introduced us to what they were doing and we visited with the...More

1  Thank KristinB284
Reviewed 7 April 2016

From the time we walked in the door to the time we left we were treated with such graciousness! Coffee and donuts were provided and the staff took the time to explain everything they do. A completely humbling experience. The background of the organization is...More

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Jura B
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I just visited The Healing Family Foundation yesterday, Mr. Pradit (founder)told me that they are opened Mon - Fri, 8~ 9 am onwards.
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9 February 2015|
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No, we just walked in one afternoon , no youngsters there as I think it was new year holiday, but a lovely lady in a wheelchair welcomed us and set a hand loom so we all had a go at weaving, maybe best to go in the morning.
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