Ock Pop Tok Living Crafts Centre, Luang Prabang
(4.8/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Create your own silk scarf at Ock Pop Tok Living Crafts Centre, dedicated to preserving the traditional craftsmanship of silk weaving and dyeing. The center offers guided tours where one can observe the process all the way from the silkworms to the finished product. Meet weavers and artisans who put their love and skill into producing the softest silk scarfs, carpets, wall hangings, and blankets, all of which you can buy on site. Learn more in the workshops, which teach you dyeing and weaving skills. Finish the tour in the restaurant serving Lao and Western food, and enjoy the view of the Mekong River and the tropical forest. Put Ock Pop Tok Living Crafts Centre and other Luang Prabang attractions into our Luang Prabang itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • We took a free tuk tuk ride from the Ock Pop Tok in the town centre. There was a free guided tour available by a friendly guy who spoke good English. At the end of the tour, you could visit the shop f...  more »
  • We had about half an hour of guided tour to learn about the weaving culture, dyeing process and history of this place. It is located in a idyllic beautiful garden setting beside the Mekong River. We a...  more »
  • We stopped in to see the textiles and took in a free half hour tour explaining silk weaving and seeing weavers at work. Informative and interesting. We also enjoyed a great lunch in the Silk Road Cafe...  more »
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  • See the steps in processing silk, purchase their products or sign up for a workshop to make your own silk creation. Enjoy delicious food in their café, all via a free tuktuk from their town store. Perfect way to spend a few hours.
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