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Though not part of the silk road, this is nevertheless where most of the silk and weavings in China came from. Great place to learn a bout silk farming and weaving... amazing how they used complicated machines to put together the fabrics
What a great place to visit if you want to learn about the history of silk and the effects of the silkroad. It was a wonderful journey everything is explained( written)in both Chinese and English. As an added bonus the museum is set in a...More
I was on a short trip in Hangzhou and decided to visit the museum with my partner. We took a taxi from our hotel and asked the receptionist to kindly explain the destination. The museum is well maintained and informative regarding the silk and sericulture....More
Since our hotel was close by, and because it was too hot and humid to go to the West Lake, we decided to check out this museum. What a perfect way to spend an afternoon. Extremely well signed in English and Chinese, you can learn...More