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Hoi An Silk Village (Lang Lua Hoi An)
Hoi An Silk Village (Lang Lua Hoi An)

Hoi An Silk Village (Lang Lua Hoi An)

28 Nguyen Tat Thanh, Hoi An, Central Vietnam, 560000

The basics

In a garden shaded by the mulberry trees silkworms love, artisans make their way through every stage of the silk process, from feeding the grubs leaves to boiling the pupa to teasing out the threads, dying, and weaving. Book a tour to try your hand at this fine art, with the help of one of the weavers, dress up in fine silks for a photo shoot, shop handmade silk, or enjoy the local costumes on display at the museum. Tours normally leave from Hoi An or Da Nang.

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Things to know before you go

  • While priced higher than most Hoi An tailors, the Hoi An Silk Village has a great range of fabrics and makes a good spot to order that custom ao dai.
  • Hoi An Silk Village is stroller-friendly and welcomes kids.
  • The resort has accessible rooms and accessible bathrooms and much of the Silk Village is accessible to travelers who use wheelchairs.
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How to get there

The Hoi An Silk Village sits just outside Hoi An Ancient Town, about a 1-mile (1.5-kilometer) walk northwest of the Japanese Covered Bridge. There’s no public transport so tours can be a good option for getting around town, especially if you’re not comfortable on a scooter.

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Trip ideas

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Visiting Hoi An's Assembly Halls

Visiting Hoi An's Assembly Halls


When to get there

The resort element of Hoi An Silk Village operates 24/7 all year round. The silk workshops and silk courses run during the day, while the shop operates into the evenings.

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Arts and Crafts Classes in Hoi An

Hoi An’s laid-back lifestyle and postcard-perfect streets make the perfect setting to discover your own creativity with an arts or crafts class. Lantern-making classes are a classic choice; the Thanh Ha Pottery Village offers ceramics lessons; or work with local artisans to learn the basics of traditional painting, bamboo basketry, or silk weaving.

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