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Dropenling Lhasa Villages Handicraft Shop

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Wonderful handmade items!

I love to buy handmade dolls and stuffed animals in the places that I have visited. I bought 3... read more

Reviewed December 30, 2017
San Jose
Excellent Selection of Adorable Handicrafts at Fair Prices

The shop is run by Tashi, a Tibetan who has travelled overseas and works with local artisans across... read more

Reviewed November 26, 2017
Los Angeles, California
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11 Chak Tasal Gang Road, Lhasa, China
+86 887 823 2292
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Reviewed July 10, 2018

In Sep 2017, purchased Carpet and its already deteriorated. I moved the carpet to another room, where no traffic and still the disintegration continued. I now rolled up the carpet and not using it. Waste of Money. I agree with reviews posted by E.L. Material...More

Thank yoga i
Reviewed December 30, 2017

I love to buy handmade dolls and stuffed animals in the places that I have visited. I bought 3 monks playing instruments and I love them. They are cloth dolls and I feel like they are blessing my home! Our guide brought us to this...More

1  Thank leegs
Reviewed November 26, 2017 via mobile

The shop is run by Tashi, a Tibetan who has travelled overseas and works with local artisans across Tibet to execute on the range of handicrafts. There is a posted no negotiations on prices but we found the pricing to be very fair. We got...More

1  Thank LuvtoSafari
Reviewed October 23, 2017 via mobile

Agrre it is Difficult to locate as broght out by others in their review. Some tips which helped me to locate the shop with less difficulty: a) If you mention Green Mosque or Mosque, difficult for locals to understand. Instead try ‘ Muslim Temple’, which...More

2  Thank yoga i
Reviewed October 6, 2017

We were taken there by our Tibetan guide. I really love the idea of supporting local craft men / women in a responsible way. We purchased many items at this shop that I quite enjoyed (items as shown in the picture already posted by another...More

Thank E L
Reviewed June 27, 2017 via mobile

This lovely little shop was across the road from our Yak Hotel with another branch in the Muslim quarter that we did not visit. They have authentic Tibetan handicrafts & the artisans share in the profits. My sisters & I bought several items & the...More

1  Thank Patty6-13
Reviewed May 21, 2017

This is a great shop with local crafts --artisans receive the proceeds of their efforts. This shop is very difficult to find. Find the Green Mosque. There is a police station on the corner but they wouldn't speak any English to me so I had...More

3  Thank thedoll1
Reviewed September 4, 2016

Luckily, my hotel had a brochure for this place in the lobby. It was a bit hard to find but well worth the effort. There is no bargaining but they take credit cards without a surcharge and they ship. I had been looking for a...More

1  Thank nmtibet
Reviewed July 23, 2016 via mobile

I found it difficult to find handmade items in Lhasa. It seems like most shops are selling items I could find in any Asian market. This shop was the exception. The items they had were lovely, unique, and a good price. It was difficult to...More

Thank Chellendag
Reviewed December 30, 2015

As some reviewers shared, it is hard to find this place... when you find the Green Mosque - go down the alley that is right in front of it and take it all the way to be back and make a left... it's a 90...More

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June 6, 2017|
Response from thedoll1 | Reviewed this property |
I visited it in September, 2016. I would think it was still open however it is not easy to find as taxis can't access the small roadway to get there. They will drop you off and you will need to walk past the mosque and down... More