As soon as we arrived, we were approached by one of the many tour guides dressed in light purple shirt. They were very efficient! Gave us visitor tags and explained the process involved in making silk. I guess there are certain times for you to go to the silk farm but we did not manage to go there. After that, the tour guide took us around the workshop and explained the process of making wood cravings. It's really exhilarating watching skilled workers converting blocks of wood into beautiful crafts. Also, what's amazing is the workers at the workshop have a great deal of concentration in their work and did extremely well in ignoring all the chaos around them (us). At the end of the tour, we are shown the souvenir shop where the crafts are sold. One can get authentic, high quality wood cravings and silk things here. Items on discounts are even better bargains!
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