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As others have said this is a tourist trap. We were forced to leave our bus at this stop "to rest" and made to walk through the shop on the way to Ha long bay and again on our return. The prices are over double...More
Lots of lovely souvenirs made locally and supporting a very worthwhile cause. Yes, you may find these cheaper elsewhere but this business provides work for injured and disabled people and have overheads such as factory space, staffing and coats of production. You may be reluctant...More
Although expensive ,on our last trip to Halong bay we enjoyed a stopover at the Hong Ngoc shopping centre,so thought we would visit the Hanoi version when next in Hanoi. This shop is very disappointing,there was virtually no customers except us and the selection seemed...More
We stopped here on the way to ha long bay... and a young lady follow me and my husband, like begging us to buy...
She being so annoying!!! Really!!!
And we decided to buy things some snack and 2 bag litlle coffee here, here we...More
We stopped here on the way to Halong Bay, and found it to be the most expensive tourist trap anywhere on our tour. Overpriced tat, overpriced food, and the most expensive can of Pepsi we had to buy anywhere. Don't be fooled that this is...More
En route to Halong Bay a stop is made here for the passenger's to go to the toilet and for the driver to take a rest break.
The concept is good '- enabling disadvantaged persons to earn a living but the prices of the goods...More
A place where the artists are all disabled in varying forms as a result of agent orange which is still effecting the population 40 years later. There are still 3 million effected and still happening due to exposure in soil and waterways.
The large scale...More
Totally agree with the review from John S from Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
which he posted on 3rd April 2017.
This place is a typical tourist trap with a conscience. It's pricey and misleading on what is created by disabled and what is not....More