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Great way to spend a morning.

We took our 11 and 13 yr olds to the umbrella village and had a lovely morning. Although there... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2018
srehfamily
A good process to see

It was good to see the whole process of the making of the umbrellas, the stringing, the fabric... read more

Reviewed 7 April 2018
918teresah
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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!

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Reviewed 2 May 2018

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

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
Reviewed 7 April 2018

It was good to see the whole process of the making of the umbrellas, the stringing, the fabric pasting and the painting. The staff were please for us to take pictures and we found the whole range really interesting. You can even paint a small...More

Thank 918teresah
Reviewed 26 March 2018

It's amazing that these women don't cut themselves as they are making the bamboo umbrellas. It's special to actually see them making and painting the umbrellas. Artists on site will paint whatever you want on your phone, purse, shirt, or whatever. Shop while they finish...More

1  Thank nursemanager9
Reviewed 9 March 2018

On our way into Chiang Mai we stopped at a few outlets, this being the first and I was surpised at how enjoyable it was. The umbrellas are made in sections and you can watch the hand made process as it makes it way through....More

Thank SteveS1970
Reviewed 20 February 2018

What an amazing place! OK so it's set up, to a certain extent, for tourists but nevertheless it is a fascinating place to visit and see the whole process of making beautifully decorated umbrellas. Each "station" shows each individual process in the manufacture of the...More

Thank Suratrichard
Reviewed 28 January 2018 via mobile

What a riot of colours. We just missed the parade, but there was still plenty to see. From locals creating their own magical designs, vendors selling all things Thai and of course it would not be a festival without the eats. Everything you can imagine,...More

Thank Thomas R
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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
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sjsatia
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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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