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Umbrella Village - Bor Sang

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Beautiful Umbrella!!

if you are looking for Umbrella ..this is the place to be!!😊it s a bosang sankampeng...around 6... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2018
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Very interesting and a good place for finding a unique souvenir

Nice to see how the Thai umbrellas are made from scratch. Interesting to see how all parts are made... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2018
Hans H
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| Bo Sang, Bo Sang, San Kamphaeng 50130, Thailand
+66 53 338 195
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Reviewed 2 September 2018 via mobile

if you are looking for Umbrella ..this is the place to be!!😊it s a bosang sankampeng...around 6 kilometers from the train station chiang mai..take a red taxi to reach there.

Reviewed 28 August 2018 via mobile

Nice to see how the Thai umbrellas are made from scratch. Interesting to see how all parts are made from raw materials. Very special are the artists that paint the umbrellas and fans. They also can make a nice painting on your T-shirt, jeans backpack...More

Thank Hans H
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile

Can see umbrellas being made by local people. Frames made from bambooo and covering is paper and silk. The umbrellas are beautifully hand painted. There is a large store selling umbrellas, artwork and local made products.

1  Thank Bruce M
Reviewed 20 August 2018

San Kamphaeng Road, do not miss this place so close to Chiang Mai. A simple rain hat is a labor-intensive process; here we can see all the manual work, from the construction of the structure of the hat, the elaboration of the paper coming from...More

Thank sandrabolinhas
Reviewed 20 July 2018 via mobile

Producing mulberry paper umbrellas is something Chiang Mai is well known for. This centre allows visitors an insight into the full production line. All umbrellas are handmade and paintings are also done by the workers at this centre. There is a huge souvenir shop attached...More

Thank Holger C
Reviewed 2 July 2018

It's a great place to go to see how paper and umbrellas are made and decorated, as well as being able to get anything else you want painted (e.g., clothing, book, cel phone case, laptop, pocket knife, whatever). Also, this should be just one of...More

1  Thank JDZatSF
Reviewed 22 May 2018

Good to see the art of making paper umbrellas, which is rapidly facing decline after the introduction of modern umbrellas. The skilled artisans are really good in making the umbrellas, as well as hand painting them with various themes like nagas, dragons and elephants!

Thank IvanS225
Reviewed 2 May 2018

Its great pleasure to see the processing and making the umbrellas. After completing the umbrellas they also sell there.

1  Thank Niyamul K
Reviewed 21 April 2018

We took our 11 and 13 yr olds to the umbrella village and had a lovely morning. Although there wasn't much to see in the way of actual umbrella making, you could see the different stages around. Our girls painted their own umbrellas which they...More

Thank srehfamily
Reviewed 12 April 2018

I thought this would be a lot more organised. Don’t know if I arrived at the wrong time but nothing seemed to be happening. A couple of people doing the odd thing but not much. I would like to see the various steps of making...More

Thank Jennifer D
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18 July 2018|
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Response from carlosv163 | Reviewed this property |
The crafts are scattered in a large area, your driver can take you directly to the parasol making [we did not go there] and the silkworm factory. In July is better to have somebody take you directly because is raining... More
9 July 2018|
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Response from 918teresah | Reviewed this property |
Easy to get to by Tuk Tuk. You could arrange for the driver for say 3 hours to take you to each craft centre and wait for you. Would be cheaper than arranged tour and more freedom to stay as long or as little as you... More
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