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Heng Naysim Tranditional Cambodian Weaving House

Prek Bongkong Village | Prek Takov Commune, Kandal District, 855, Cambodia
+855 17 591 878
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Wonderful way to spend a few hours

Our tuk-tuk/taxi driver recommended this place for our last day in town. We drove onto the river... read more

Reviewed December 23, 2017
downinit
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Long Beach, California
A great place to buy silk goods

This place was amazing! I spent an hour here during a hot afternoon and really enjoy every minute... read more

Reviewed July 31, 2016
Kyle B
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Prek Bongkong Village | Prek Takov Commune, Kandal District, 855, Cambodia
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+855 17 591 878
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Reviewed 23 December 2017

Our tuk-tuk/taxi driver recommended this place for our last day in town. We drove onto the river ferry and crossed the Mekong into Kandal Province from the east bank of the city center. After a short drive winding along the river, we pulled up to...More

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Reviewed 31 July 2016

This place was amazing! I spent an hour here during a hot afternoon and really enjoy every minute. Sim and her sister were incredibly kind and explained the entire silk making process from the larva to the weaving. Their prices on silk scarves is super...More

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Reviewed 9 May 2016

The actual tour of how textile is made, etc. is not really exciting, but the shops here sell lots of affordable and beautiful textiles. I walked away with probably miles of beautifully woven fabric of all kinds of silk, but with much smaller dent to...More

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Reviewed 10 January 2016

I visited this weaving house as part of Phnom Penh Bicycle Tours' Silk Island Tour and was warmly welcomed by Naycheng, one of the sisters who work here. She had water and snacks for me when I arrived and showed me each step in the...More

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Reviewed 22 February 2015

Friendly family ran silk house about 30 min out of city on a tuk tuk. The three sisters all speak English and are happy to chat. Demonstrations on traditional silk and cotton weaving. Afternoon tea supplied. Amazing products and a great price. Well worth a...More

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Reviewed 3 January 2015

We hired a tuk tuk in central Phnom Penh and got the ferry over the river to go here. We were welcomed by one of the workers who showed us the life cycle of the silkworms, from eggs, worms, moths cocoons and finally silk. You...More

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Reviewed 10 November 2014

The best quality for silk and cotton, the scarf made form silk, Table Cloths, Hol Phamong Transitional Khmer.

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