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Noted previously, this NGO supports vulnerable people. 'Feel good factor' aside, its a lovely shop with wonderful, high quality items at very reasonable prices. The friendly staff took time out to demonstrate what they were working on, which included hand weaving, furniture making and sewing...More
I found this place by accident as it was at the bottom of the hill where I was starting and I went for a random walk. Ending up spending a chunk of cash here - that said everything was reasonably priced, I just bought a...More
I read the reviews for Sthree and decided to visit for souvenirs. The selection is small. I bought a small batik and a few cards. I was confused when paying and gave the shopkeeper 5000 rupees too much for my purchase. I was adding too...More
A short 3-wheeler drive from the main street, Stree was a fabulous find. The store run by a local NGO has a variety of beautiful souvenirs including cards, art, bags, clothes and more. It absolutely perfect for souvenirs and presents for family and friends at...More
Sthree is a not-for-profit store run by a local NGO called the Women’s Development Centre. Sthree meaning woman in both Tamil and Singhala, the store sells high quality items including wall hangings, prints, quilts, bags, clothing (including saris), postcards, food produce and other great tourist...More