Hoi An Silk Village
Hoi An Silk Village
Hoi An Silk Village
Hoi An Silk Village
Hoi An Silk Village
Hoi An Silk Village

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Price: Free

Phone: 0235.3921144

Time to visit a place: 60 phút

Open Time: 7:00 AM - Close Time: 9:00 PM

Email: reservation@hoiansilkvillage.com

Address: 28 Nguyễn Tất Thành Phường Cẩm Phô, TP Hoi An, Tỉnh Quảng Nam

Located at 28 Nguyen Tat Thanh, Hoi An, about 2 km from the center of the old town, Hoi An Silk Village is a place to demonstrate silkworm farming, silk nursery and silk weaving with the desire to honor the quintessential traditional craft of Quang Nam province. Hoi An Silk Village is considered a museum of mulberry varieties, silkworms and the weaving process of Champa - Dai Viet. This place also preserves precious genetic resources of mulberry, and silkworm varieties, searching for ancient mulberry roots left in the forest which have never been crossed with modern mulberry varieties. Here, the ancient looms still weave these pure silks. Coming to the Silk Village, visitors can hand-pick mulberries from the garden to feed the silkworms, wear traditional silk clothes to walk around the village, listen to the sweet singing of country girls picking mulberries, enjoy the rustic delicacies of Quang cuisine and learn how to choose good silk. There is also a gallery with a collection of 100 traditional Vietnamese silk dresses (áo dài). View more

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Located at 28 Nguyen Tat Thanh, Hoi An, about 2 km from the center of the old town, Hoi An Silk Village is a place to demonstrate silkworm farming, silk nursery and silk weaving with the desire to honor the quintessential traditional craft of Quang Nam province.

Hoi An Silk Village is considered a museum of mulberry varieties, silkworms and the weaving process of Champa - Dai Viet. This place also preserves precious genetic resources of mulberry, and silkworm varieties, searching for ancient mulberry roots left in the forest which have never been crossed with modern mulberry varieties.

Here, the ancient looms still weave these pure silks. Coming to the Silk Village, visitors can hand-pick mulberries from the garden to feed the silkworms, wear traditional silk clothes to walk around the village, listen to the sweet singing of country girls picking mulberries, enjoy the rustic delicacies of Quang cuisine and learn how to choose good silk. There is also a gallery with a collection of 100 traditional Vietnamese silk dresses (áo dài).

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