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Daughters of Cambodia is a social enterprise empowering victims of trafficking to leave the sex industry through alternative employment. At the Daughters Visitor Centre, visitors can gain insight into the endemic of trafficking that is ravaging...more
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My Vietnamese friend and I visited 'Daughters' for a light lunch after traipsing around the nearby Royal Palace for several hours. Though not interested in buying gifts there was NO pressure to do so and the upstairs cafe like I said was uncluttered, quiet and...More
Just got back from visiting this place. Fantastic service. I had a manicure and pedicure. Then stayed on for some lunch. The portions were huge. Really reasonable prices and good vegetarian selection too. Really worth a visit. Brilliant cause and the lovely ladies are so...More
We were hoping to be impressed by the quality of the goods as seen elsewhere in social enterprises but felt that the products were the sort of things you find at a Christmas fair, more 'home made' than 'handmade '.
Instead of buying we went...More
Wow! I really enjoy being at this store. I came back 5 times to buy new things and eat here while looking down at the riverside. So beautiful in the water festival to stay here watching the firework. The purpose of this store is so...More
If this was just a place to give donations to abused women and girls then it would still be worth going. However, the items for sale, quality of food, drink and the nail bar make it a five star place in its own right. The...More
Our large group had lunch at Daughters of Cambodia. The food was delicious. The service was good as well. We were a group of 20. The restaurant helps in the restoration of women who had been used in sex trafficking and giving them work. As...More
I dropped in for a coffee and something to eat but decided to have a manicure and pedicure as well because it started raining. Everything is clean and the ladies are so polite and lovely. Great cause and escape from crazy streets of Phnom Penh...More