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As soon as we arrived we were shown the silkworms and watched them eat! ( and poop - they make pillows that have poop in them that are supposed to be good for sleep - I did not get one!) Those silkworms are not very...More
Interesting tour of the factory to understand how silk products are made. After the tour, you will be brought to a large store selling all kinds of sllk products. The price is rather expensive but the quality is good.
In the morning we visit the factory with our guide and quite interesting to learn how silk is created from mulberry munching silkworms to produce the nest thread and cloth. Have been to a lots of Silk factories .Have also brought in the past a...More
Overall it was great experience visiting China . The sale personal in silk factory were very helpful in explaining how the silk is made and the only thing is that they don’t give you enough time to decide . I bought the king size duvet...More
We arrived as a part of a tour and were guided into a small room with a Silk Institute representative. The talk started off really well, with the host discussing the life cycle of the silkworm and how silk is produced. It soon turned into...More
The visit to Suzhou was interesting and fun. Suzhou is the sister city to Venice, in fact called Venice of the East.
At the silk institute we hardly saw anything about how they make the silk. They were more interested in promoting their high priced...More
This trip to Suzhou was both fun and educational. After a long day of exploring the city, this silk mill was 2nd to the last stop. The whole process of making silk from the worms who just eat all day to be prepared to produce...More
We visited the Suzhou No.1 Silk Mill which fit squarely in the types of sights we like to see when visiting new places. We learned about the production of silk there from looking at silkworms, touching cocoons, seeing how cocoons are unwound by machine to...More