We visited this place as we wanted to let our schooling children to learn how silkworms can produce silk since she has started learning life cycles in school. The staff was very helpful and she brought us to this corner where they cultivate silkworms to produce the silk, the children learn about the life cycles, saw the real cocoon, and understand the process in making the silk. The end products, the colourful silks were beautiful too. They also grow mulberries and make them into jams, the taste was good and we bought a bottle back. It is worth a visit especially if you have young schooling children.
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