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Angkor Silk Farm, Siem Reap

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Hailed as one of the finest silk producers in the country, Angkor Silk Farm offers free tours demonstrating every step of the process. Founded in 1993, the farm has grown over the years and currently operates over 20 workshops in the region--first training young people to make silk by hand, and then giving them jobs at the end of their apprenticeship. Immerse yourself in this world with a guided tour that takes you from cultivation to the production of goods. Use our Siem Reap trip itinerary maker to add Angkor Silk Farm and other attractions to your Siem Reap vacation plans.
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  • We could see the worm and the silk and scarf production process. It is quite impressive to see how people weave. I didnt know how to make it at all. They are so skillful and professional! The tour gui...  more »
  • The guided visit is well organised and informative. I wasn't completely convinced that all the products we found in the obligatory shop at the end of the tour are made in the hand to hand manner we we...  more »
  • Located about 10 km from the centre of siem reap. It's a nice place to see and more free which is very rare in the area. We learn how to extract Silk weaving etc here. small shop at the end of the visit to European prices. Memories of very good quality.
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  • Really really cool! The tour is free, and the tour guide was great. We had no idea about the process of manufacturing and weaving silk prior to this, so it was really cool to see the process from the fields of mulberry bushes (which they use to feed the silk worms) right through to seeing the silk being weaved on massive peddled looms. A must see!
  • A must visit place, located only half an hour from the city of Siem Reap. The tour is free and I even got my personal tour guide as a single traveller - the stuff puts a lot of effort in making you feel welcome. It's amazing getting to see all the various stages of the silk production (from the plants the worms feast on to the dying process of the silk strings). Photos are welcomed and most of the workers enjoy showing you exactly what they do and how they do it. The tour ends with a visit to the silk store - but you do not need to buy anything at all, yet I would recommend to buy silk products here instead of at any markets within the city (it might be a little more expansive, yet you can be sure of the quality).
  • Very nice place and quite entertaining. Worth a visit and a tour around their souvenir shop. Must see if you are around.
  • I could see the whole process of sericulture. It was very informational and wonderful. and I was also moved by the hard-working Cambodian workers there.
  • Absolutely awesome. You can enjoy a free guided tour and/or explore everything on your own. Visiting the shop is optional but I'd recommend it. Of course the stuff here is more expensive compared to the average stuff on the markets in town, but if you compare ie the 100% silk skirt here to one somewhere else, it's worth buying here.