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Comfy and cosy

The Phufa shops that Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn opened to raise money for job training in remote rural areas are celebrating "Phufa Day" this weekend. There's a big sale on the first floor of Siam Discovery Centre's Grand Hall, with discounts of up to 80 per cent. Celebrities will be there to help you choose something nice. Most of the products sold in Phufa shops are handmade and reasonably priced - and they all make great gifts - and a big part of your spending helps youngsters in need.



Comfy and cosy

Cushions from the Saori project - a pink one is shown here - help soften the blow for tsunami victims in Phangna, who utilise their handcrafting skills to raise funds and soothe the mind. They cost Bt600.

Next to it are a cushion produced at the Border Patrol Police School in Mukdahan, which costs Bt60, and a handwoven cotton blanket from Baan Nadee in Sakhon Nakhon, yours for Bt250.

Seven places to go

There are Phufa shops on the second floor of Siam Discovery, at the Chatuchak Weekend Market in Section 24, on Sukhumvit Soi 7, on Kampangpetch Road just outside the subway, at Vimanmek Palace, at Bon Marche and, outside Bangkok, at the Hua Hin Market Village.


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