Puli Paper

Puli Paper: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, Puli Paper Reviews: 3.5/5


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Anthony H
3 contributions
Fun place to be.
Apr 2018 • Family
This is a place to be with your kids. There is DIY for kids to make. Also, a guide talks about paper and how to make it.
Written April 9, 2018
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EdTan09
Singapore8 contributions
Educational and Fun.
Jun 2017 • Family
This is an actual operational paper mill. There is a daily guided tour every half hour (except for lunch break), followed by a hands-on demo. The guided tour was excellent. We were shown the actual types of trees and the different types of paper they produce. There was also a room full of different paper exhibits.. Imagine paper that can even be made into clothes! We were then led to the paper making process. After the tour, you can purchase the materials of the craft which you would like to make. We selected hand fans. The guide will demo and show you and after then it's all hands-on fun! The guide was friendly and patient which is great for families with young kids. Thumbs up for this place!
Written February 21, 2018
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EC9
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia67 contributions
Paper arts workshop fun for kids
Nov 2016 • Family
Recommended to visit this place by the personal driver/guide before visiting the Cingjing Farm.
Supposed to understand the paper making process but there's no guide and lack of proper explanation which should be further enhanced.
Fun to see different cartoon characters made of paper. The highlight is the arts workshop for the kids to do their self selected paper arts on the spot. Parents can sit in to do it together or guide.
Many nice hats made of paper in different designs from the shop. Feel that overall it can be further improved with more explanations of the paper making process and paper exhibits.
Written November 29, 2016
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Agape_11
Johor Bahru, Malaysia14 contributions
Puli Paper
Jun 2016 • Friends
Visited this place .The worker explained and show us the process and the materials used for making paper. Alots of hard work !
Written June 3, 2016
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jaoxi2015
Hualien, Taiwan332 contributions
boring without guide
Aug 2015 • Solo
I visited this place without guide and i didn't see any demonstration, like this you don't learn anything, now reading the others reviews i know there Is this option so i suggest you about informing how to get a guide
Written August 20, 2015
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Travelexperience12
Wetherby, UK1,030 contributions
A good interactive experience
Nov 2014 • Couples
During our visit to this Paper Mill, the whole process using basic methods was explained and demonstrated from raw materials through the various stages to the range of finished products covering different standards and types of paper. We could watch some of the staff making the paper and the number of different uses for the paper were also explained. We were then given the opportunity to try and print designs on the paper using the same processes used by the staff. This was not as easy as it looked! The Paper Mill also has a small souvenir shop that also sell snacks and drinks. The premises are basic, but the overall time and experience was well worthwhile.
Written August 19, 2015
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Lambert
Taipei, Taiwan1,769 contributions
Fun
Aug 2015 • Business
We had lots of fun here. Firstly, the guide demontrsated to us how paper was made from wood in detail. Then a teacher taught us how to made fun stuff with paper. One thing impressed me very much was the passion fruit sandwich cookie in the souvenir store. It tasted very different from ordinary cookies. It was nice and had the natural fragrance of passion fruit. I only had one piece, however, for it was sold out. Suggest that you order it beforehand if you wants to try it.
Written August 16, 2015
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Natlim16
34 contributions
A great experience for kids
Jun 2015 • Family
Attended the workshop with the kids and other families with kids who went with us. All the kids have lots of fun making the 3D craft which we were guided through. Then we were brought around the museum to look at the exhibits of other crafts made using the papers we used previously for the craft. All of us were amazed with how versatile the papers were and there were so many different crafts that could be made using it. The guide gathered the children and explained to them the different types of paper, thereafter there was a Q&A session and the children all had a free roll of wrapping paper with special prints to bring home. It was a great workshop for children.
Written June 15, 2015
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Wongtracy
Singapore84 contributions
Paper making
Learn how to make paper from fibre and lots of hard work being put in to make one piece of paper. We must not waste any paper, be it machine made or man made.
Written January 3, 2015
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