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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
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Those visiting Siem Reap, Cambodia, could I please recommend a visit to the Silk Farm. All tours have an english speaking guide, who will take the visitors through all the phases of the local silk industry. It is just amazing how labour intensive the whole...More
The place is bit far from the city centre. we arrived and there was guide waiting to show how silk is made. the tour will take about 20 minutes. The process how the silk is made is interesting. The products in the gift shop is...More
The Silk farm is about a half hour out of town by tuk tuk which can be a bit daunting.
We enjoyed the time there and it was fascinating. Our guide was not enthusiastic and as with others we arrived during one of their breaks...More
The Silk Farm is such an outstanding place to visit. It offers free tours of its fabulous farm that explains the lifecycle of a silk worm and how this becomes silk thread to the finished product.
I've been going on this tour since 2003 and...More
This was one of those extras we just threw in one afternoon and turned out to be very interesting. We all (including kids aged 14, 12 and 8 years) were fascinated to learn about the process of silk making, actually hold a silk worm, see...More
I've been through the Silk Farm twice now and thoroughly enjoyed it both times. Try and avoid going at lunch time (I think this is around 11.30 to 12.30) and you can see all the machinery in action. After seeing the time consuming manual process...More
This place was located a few kilometers from town. When we arrived, a guide met us and showed us around which took all of 15 or 20 minutes. The workers were at lunch and we only saw one or two people working the looms. The...More