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Hoi An Silk Village

541 Reviews

Hoi An Silk Village

541 Reviews
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Exploring exotic scenes of Nature and Human <br><br>Marble Moutain is well-known as the most beautiful site not only among Vietnamese but also tourists. It carries an amazing value of combination between many mable and limestone caves.<br><br>Monkey Mountain should be on religion/culture lovers’ checklist. Many exciting stories of history and culture based on Buddhism have been told when visiting this place. You could also see the giant statue of Laddy Buddha which set a new record in height.
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LeahShannon wrote a review Sep 2019
Sydney, Australia16 contributions5 helpful votes
We did the 1/2 day tour, just the 3 of us. We were picked up from our accommodation and from the moment we arrived the experience started. We were met and had time to sit and drink mulberry juice before a very informative and hands on couple of hours. Thư Mion was a fabulous guide and allowed us plenty of time to have hands on experiences from picking leaves to feed the silk worms to weaving on a traditional loom. Yes we did buy some silk items from the onsite shop but at no time did we feel pressured to do this. We finished the tour with a delicious lunch. If you enjoy traditional practices and history this is a tour you will enjoy. It was informative and a quiet, calm tour.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Catterpillow wrote a review Mar 2019
Milltown, Ireland251 contributions217 helpful votes
If you are like me and are thinking this is similar to the pottery village it is not. We drove our motorbikes to this out of town ‘village’ expecting to find something similar to the pottery village. It’s a hotel resort and upon arriving we were told the only way we were going to be allowed in was with a chauffeur. So, this is a non destination unless you’re staying there.
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Date of experience: March 2019
Steven R wrote a review Mar 2019
Hanover, New Hampshire17 contributions6 helpful votes
Plenty to buy but nothing of value. Crappy restaurants, cheesy merchants. Unless you have money to waste, steer clear.
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Date of experience: March 2019
Sue G wrote a review Mar 2019
Denver, Colorado29 contributions57 helpful votes
We were greeted with a welcome drink, then taken through a personalized tour of the silk making process. The best part was that we were encouraged to participate in the labor intensive process of pulling silk from the cocoons and hand spooling those into skeins, followed by the labor intensive weaving process. We were introduced to a lovely Chama tribal couple who wove the silk threads into cloth. Lunch was included and was delicious.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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yage22 wrote a review Mar 2019
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We had the pleasure of doing the long tour with Miss Huong and it was excellent! Miss Huong was such a great guide, with great English and she really knew what she was talking about. We went through the process of making silk from worms to silk threads and we even picked mulberry leaves to feed to the silk worms. It was all a very interesting experience and Miss Huong made the experience even better. After the tour we were served a super delicious lunch, actually some of the best food we had in Vietnam. Plus we got a free taxi home, all in all, a fantastic deal. We definitely recommend that you book the long tour and hopefully you'll be lucky enough to have Miss Huong as a tour guide.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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