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Visiting them is an insight into the Phnom Penh contemporary culture
Atelier takes a contemporary approach on the world’s best pepper by pairing ancient wisdom and historic value with modern exclusivity and exquisite style.
Set in southern Cambodia, Kampot is not only one of the most laidback regions of the Kingdom of Wonders, but also home to vast pepper plantations.
Unique and ideal weather conditions together with iron and quartz rich soil endow Kampot pepper with its characteristic mild spice, complex aroma and delightfully lingering taste.
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23A STREET 51, PHNOM PENH
The selection of this cooperation has not been coincidental, as it is the fruit of the connection of two brothers and two sisters which, independently, came to Cambodia to establish a lifestyle brand, in reminiscence of the Kingdom’s golden ages.
The two founder sisters Neary and Borany created one of the most refreshing prêt-à-porter fashion stores in the capital, followed and worn by expats and international visitors alike.
23 RIVERSIDE ROAD, KAMPOT
Brothers Antoine and David, set their focus on the renowned Kampot pepper. “Atelier” the French word for workshop, a place where handmade products are crafted, takes a contemporary approach on the world’s best pepper by pairing ancient wisdom and historic value with modern exclusivity and exquisite style.
Atelier promotes Kampot pepper by showcasing it’s terroir, and focuses on slowly matured products and design rooted in local culture.
SHOPPING IN CAMBODIA
STREET 240, PHNOM PENH
Flavors and Bubbles
While shopping or strolling the leafy streets of Phnom Penh historical district, take a break with a light meal, some ice cream delight or a round of drinks among friends.
Independent designers from Cambodia, South East Asia and all around the world. Local, hand-crafted home decoration & personal beauty elements. All our partners are strongly committed to fair working conditions and social responsibility.
the lonely tree
No. 56, St. 2.5