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Hoi An: Half-Day Silk Cloth Producing Process Tour

1. Hoi An: Half-Day Silk Cloth Producing Process Tour

We will pick you up at your hotel and head to Hoi An Silk Village. Upon arrival, you can relax and enjoy a welcome drink. This village is the tourist destination chosen by a number of domestic and foreign visitors. Specially, in this village, more 40 mulberry roots about hundreds of years old and many other species of mulberry from the nationwide are kept. We will visit the traditional house in Quang Nam and listen to the story of craft sericulture there. Next, we will visit the ancient mulberry gardens and the silkworm-breeding houses, where we can see the cocoons, learn how to feed the silkworms and unravel silkworm cocoons using traditional methods. You can feed cocoons by yourself. Food for these cocoons are collected from the mulberry trees in the gardens. Discover the handicrafts of Champa people and learn how to make traditional textiles as we visit the Vietnamese traditional silk weaving house. Finally, we will visit the showroom to see the silk products and tailors then enjoy snack in the mulberry garden.

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This tour was extremely informative and we learned so much. It was not just verbally bit hands on as well. We got to try the mulberrys and feed the silk worms, preparing their food. I didn't realise that as they grew the leaf size they eat increases. They eat so much and so fast. It was great to see how to wave the silks and learn about the different blends. We had our own tour person who helped us at the end with picking the clothes we wanted. Also the lunch was fabulous and they catered to our vegetarian needs.

We were shown the places that the silk was made and the machinery and we got to do some ourselves. And we got taught history between the Champa people and Vietnamese people

Great tour

Great tour very interesting. Huang made it so interesting and fun. Lots of participation opportunities. Food was also very tasty . A lovely afternoon out

Very interesting & informative guide

We all enjoyed taking part in the role of a worker at the silk farm. Facilities and food were lovely, you just need to pay for drinks on top.

Great and interesting experience

Our guide was excellent and was easy to talk to and she showed a genuine interest in what we wanted to know and was very helpful and friendly