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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 the cocoon mulberry leaves finished product life cycle no pressure to buy interesting tour manufacturing process various stages beautiful products artisans d'angkor tuk tuk for sale interesting place to visit step by step
Bus from their Siem Reap base to the farm was free and easy to get, we arrived 20min before it left. 30min drive out of town to get to farm. Our guide, SITHA, very friendly and knowledgeable on the whole silk making process. He encouraged...More
This is 16 km out of the city and absolutely worth a visit. It is free and includes a free guide which speaks good English. The whole cycle from the eggs to the worms to the larves and the cleaning of the silk threads. Also...More
What an incredible art. I have so much respect for these woman at the silk farm.
The whole process is explained in detail. The English of our guide was very good. He was very knowledgeable about the silk industry and art. Mr Yan. Excellent service...More
My wife and I caught the shuttle bus from the artisans workshop to the silk farm. We were then given a tour and explanation from the beginning of the process to the end product. It was very informative and interesting. So many people involved to...More
Good tour , gift shop is slightly expensive but I bought (no pressure, my own choice the sales ladies were very patient ) I can not help but feel obliged a bit with free tour or free admission places! Took away one star for limited...More
Well-recommended tour. We had our hotel concierge to call Artisan d’Angkor to book the tour. Artisan arranged for a minibus to pick us up at the hotel.
When we reached the farm, we were greeted by a guide who introduced the process of breeding silkworm....More
We had visited a silk farm in China but this trip was a little more detailed. They took us through the stages of the silk worm and actually let us touch the silk cocoons. They explained raw silk versus fine silk. Then they showed us...More
Tour guide inappropriately poked working women repeatedly. They obviously did not find it amusing. Huge tour bus scene. Very long drive. Sales said prices were fixed but tried to charge 50% more than marked on the material and more than double the cost at the...More
Been here twice and the guide recognised me! The guide is amazing; fluent English and explained everything he could even though there were big groups of Chinese tourists. He’s the best!
Love the souvenirs shop especially!
People are just so friendly!