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Angkor Silk Farm belongs to Artisans Angkor, a social-business enterprise aiming at reviving Khmer cultural heritage while giving job opportunities to young Cambodians living in rural areas.Free guided tours through the eight hectare farm give a...more
All reviews whole process free tour gift shop finished product mulberry leaves the cocoon no pressure to buy life cycle interesting tour various stages beautiful products artisans d'angkor tuk tuk for sale step by step interesting place to visit learning experience
This was about 30 minutes from our hotel, by yuk yuk it’s a great way to see the area and “real life”. We were greeted quickly by an English speaking guide. He gave us a 30-40 minute tour (but you go at your own pace...and...More
Unlike someplace which only sells silk product, this place is truely manufacture their own silk, right from the mulberry plant to weaving. They even built and repair their own weaving machine made from wood. Visitors are guided by factory guide to have a close view...More
You may not find much tourist attraction places in Siem Reap that does not have an entrance fee and this is one of it. A bit far from the city centre but worth the trip. If you are a silk lover, this is a must...More
I came here as part of the tour run by the Mad Monkey hostel. Our guide,Sitha, was very good at explaining the whole end to end of the process and at answering as questions. It's great to see the real CambodiaMore
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Artisans A, Manager at Angkor Silk Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 5 weeks ago
Thank you for your nice feedback on your visit of our Silk Farm, we were glad to learn that you have enjoyed learning about the silk process and satisfaction with our service.
We hope you will keep a great memory from your visit in Cambodia....More
The tuck tuck journey out to the farm (30mins) would have been worth the trip alone. The tour was very informative and we all came away having learned something we didn't know before. We also know now why natural silk is so expensive!
We just finished our silk tour and found the museum very interesting the hitch was our guide seemed unhappy and rushed us. We learned so much about the intricacies of ikat by watching. So we suggest getting a Tuk tuk and going but don’t count...More
Artisans A, Manager at Angkor Silk Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 3 August 2018
Thank you for your feedback on your visit our Silk Farm, we were glad to learn that you enjoyed the Silk Farm.
We apologize though that you felt this way about our guide. During your guided tour, you may have heard that Artisans Angkor is...More
It was very interesting to see how many women work daily in this silk farm (from A to Z). You will see the cocoons but also the finished products! Impressive when you know they need 3-4 days for only 1 scarf! Respect! The tour was...More
This tour gives you a fascinating inside look at how silk is made - everything from the silk worms to actually making the silk. You also watch Cambodian women making silk cloth on very old traditional looms - very complex work. Definitely worth the time...More