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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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We just finished our silk tour and found the museum very interesting the hitch was our guide seemed unhappy and rushed us. We learned so much about the intricacies of ikat by watching. So we suggest getting a Tuk tuk and going but don’t count...More
Artisans A, Manager at Angkor Silk Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for your feedback on your visit our Silk Farm, we were glad to learn that you enjoyed the Silk Farm.
We apologize though that you felt this way about our guide. During your guided tour, you may have heard that Artisans Angkor is...More
It was very interesting to see how many women work daily in this silk farm (from A to Z). You will see the cocoons but also the finished products! Impressive when you know they need 3-4 days for only 1 scarf! Respect! The tour was...More
This tour gives you a fascinating inside look at how silk is made - everything from the silk worms to actually making the silk. You also watch Cambodian women making silk cloth on very old traditional looms - very complex work. Definitely worth the time...More
So interesting with your own tour guide. No charge but I tipped out guide well. It walks you through each step from worm to finished silk product. We were there in April and very hot not hot! At the end of tour is a very...More
We visited 'Artisians Angkor' in Siem Reap and put our name down for the free minibus to/from the farm and a guided tour. The trips to the farm run twice daily.
Our tour guide spoke excellent english and it was amazing to see the process...More
The tour is free, however, the guides work for tips. Very interesting to see the silk-making process from start to finish. You really appreciate the work that goes into the pieces you make take for granted. You will learn about the silk worms (spoiler -...More