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HQ Paper Maker

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HQ Paper Maker

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3/31, Samlan Road Phra Sing, Chiang Mai 50100 Thailand
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MissPenny13 wrote a review Jan 2020
Randwick, Australia60 contributions18 helpful votes
This shop was recommended by another hotel guest. You need to seek it out as you are unlikely to walk past. A little treasure trove of paper goods with all sorts of things you didn't know you needed! Very pretty & interesting. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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whisker11 wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore195 contributions149 helpful votes
This little shop is a little hard to find but there are beautiful treasures to uncover once inside. From little bookmarks, to notebooks and craft paper, the shop is a paper and crafter's delight. We also joined in the half day paper making workshop which turned out to be most wonderful and memorable experience. Kenji-san drove us to the factory which is about 40 mins out from old city. There, we were introduced to the process of making pulp out of mulberry tree bark and then moved on to making our own paper - rough, smooth, flower-patterned - we did it all. We also spent time in the garden collecting our own flowers and leaves and this just added to the entire charm of the experience. We were driven back to our hotel and when we went back to collect our paper two days later, found it packed in sturdy tubes, perfect for transporting back home. Kenji-san, the managing director, was a patient and humble man who explained the process to us and although he must have done the workshop multiple times, still took delight in our own delight at the creative process. Such a lovely experience indeed and highly recommended should you have enough days to spare.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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GHNCLE wrote a review Mar 2019
Newcastle UK124 contributions73 helpful votes
A lovely shop for anyone who loves paper or crafting - good for gifts too. The paper making course out in the Chiang Mai countryside is a wonderful experience and something I would love to do again. Nice people. Recommended!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Emmanuelle J wrote a review Feb 2019
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I really loved doing this and the people are really nice ! Great experience out of the city. You can carry the paper or they can send it to you. The shop is quite amazing tooo :)
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Englishviajera wrote a review Dec 2018
London, England72 contributions49 helpful votes
We’d become fascinated at the beautiful Saa paper made from mulberry bark that we’d seen on our travels so when we came across a chance to take a morning course learning how to make it ourselves we were delighted. Shop owner, the charming Kenji, drove us out to his factory 40 minutes out of the city. Along with his chief paper maker they explained & demonstrated how the paper is made from bark to finished sheet. We cut, collected & prepared flowers and grasses from their garden to embed into the paper. Then it was our turn to have a go. We both made several sheets of paper, some rough textured, some smooth & some with colourful petals, flowers and leaves added. It was fascinating, fun and creative to learn so much about this beautiful material. Our papers were left to try in the sun and we returned to the city. A couple of days later we collected the results. We have a really unusual and unique souvenir of our time in Chiang Mai.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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