We added this tour in after a day and a half of temples, and were thrilled that we did. We were provided a tour guide who explained the process of making silk from start to finish. It was fascinating!There is no admission fee but I...More
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About Angkor Silk Farm
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This is such and interesting place to visit. Hard to believe that a tiny little silkworm can produce such magnificent fibers to make the exquisite silk fabric with the aide of expert weavers. You get to see from the very beginning of the process from...More
This is a very cool visit. It is about a 20-30 tuk tuk ride from the middle of SR. When you get there you will be greeted by a guide that speaks English very well. The tour is free and lasts about 45 minutes. They...More
Was nice to be able to see the process in which silk is collected, dyed, placed manually on wheels, and then used to make beautiful pieces of what some may consider artwork. Can also buy at location. Tour was free.
I never knew how silk was made! This is a place where locals learn the trade and you can watch as they learn and practice their craft. You'll be given a tour that explains it all. The silk for purchase at the end is expensive--but...More
This is a bit far from town but it nice to see the silk working in Cambodia. I spend for 2hours there and nice with walking there and with tour guide.
the tour was quite interesting, saw the whole process of the way silk can be processed 'the old way' which is lovely. The tour of course ends at the shop, where there are some beautiful silk items including clothes, scarves etc. They are very expensive....More
You are approached and guided by a very knowledgeable and agreeable guide who takes you thro the entire unbelieveable process. But don't go between 12 and 2. It's a rotation lunch hour for everyone. The place shuts down. Rent a scooter (for 8$/day - pay...More