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Chiangmai Artisan Village and Handicraft

Chiang Mai, Thaïlande

Expérience organisée par Amy & Fah & Vannee

5 heuresProposée en Anglais
S'est engagé pour plus de sécurité
Cet hôte s'est engagé à respecter les consignes de sécurité d'Airbnb relatives au COVID-19.
Jusqu'à 10 personnes
Inclut : nourriture, transport et équipement

Au programme

We will start at Wat Pa Tueng Temple & Museum, where you can view wall paintings by local artists that describe everyday local life. We’ll also check out the display of antique Chinese pottery in the Temple Museum, and pay our respects to Luang Poo Laa, the mummified monk most revered by the local community.

Our family will be waiting for you at Fah Mai Handloom, where you will learn the ancient traditional technique of cotton weaving and how to dye cloth with natural colouring processes. You have two options here: cloth-dyeing workshop or weaving a bamboo fan that you can take home as souvenir. There is a community gift shop run by locals; the proceeds are shared to our community to help maintain local skills passed down from ancestors, which helps the villagers to live sustainably instead of becoming engaged in modern jobs that generate pollution and non-biodegradable waste. You can enjoy shopping for handmade items at a lower price than at the markets in the city. Some of their woven items take a week or even a month to finish – and are definitely worth taking home!

We’ll continue to Wat Chiang Saen, the historical site, you can explore the grounds and this interesting pagoda, which dates back 600 years and is a community centre landmark. Enjoy traditional Khaosoy lunch (eggs noodles in curry) in local food vendor before return to Chiangmai city.
Other things to note
1. Solo Traveller please contact us before booking to confirm availability departure
2. Your experience is confirmed at minimum 2 person/day
3. We will meet your at meeting point 8am
4. 1-3 person used private car / 4-10 people used Songthaew (local red truck taxi) non-aircon
We will start at Wat Pa Tueng Temple & Museum, where you can view wall paintings by local artists that describe everyday local life. We’ll also check out the display of antique Chinese pottery in the Temple Museum, and pay our respects to Luang Poo Laa, the mummified monk most revered by the local community.

Our family will be waiting for you at Fah Mai Handloom, where you will learn the ancient traditional technique of cotton weaving…

Ce qui est inclus

  • À manger
    Traditional Khaosoy Noodles in curry at local food vendor
  • Transport
    If your group is one to three persons, we will use a private car for your t...
  • Équipement
    Handicraft workshop at Fahmai Handloom will be two options, please choose a...

Faites connaissance avec votre hôte, Amy & Fah & Vannee

Hôte sur Airbnb depuis 2016
  • 4 commentaires
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Hi! We are Fah and Ake, Ontai community is our home. We grew up here and have learned to live sustainably with our warm family, beautiful organic farm, and charming handicrafts we make for ourselves and for sale. We would like to invite you to our home, where you will be part of our family and learn to create handicrafts with your own individual style. Spend your day in our community, enjoying a workshop, historical site, natural spring source, and a delicious lunch from local vendor.
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Le lieu

We have a story telling at Wat Pa Tueng the community temple & historical museum. Then heading to Fah Mai Handloom our home and family workshop where you can learn handicraft and shopping as locals. Last stop we will visit Wat Chiang Saen temple, historical site in the middle of forest, unknown by tourist or outside people which was founded by locals after many hundred years. Our last stop is unseen natural pring source called "Holy Water"!

Évaluation de 5,0 sur 5 sur la base de 4 commentaires.

Jaylynn
janvier 2020
Fah was very friendly. She speaks English very well. She taught us a lot about her culture and her family. I think it was a great experience and my mother and grandmother enjoyed it alot.
Deborah
décembre 2019
È un'esperienza unica nel suo genere. È davvero un'attività che consiglio caldamente a chiunque in visita a Chiang Mai. Fah ci ha permesso di entrare nel vivo della loro comunità, fornendoci un'esperienza autentica e assolutamente unica. Ha un livello d'inglese altissimo e ti mette a proprio agio sempre e comunque, così come la sua famiglia. Sono stati tutti sinceramente felici di ospitarci e hanno mostrato un'enorme calorosità. Torni a casa con più di un semplice ricordo, difficile da spiegare in termini convenzionali. Provare per credere. Da non trascurare nemmeno la fattoria con il pranzo finale, nel nostro caso con una papaya appena raccolta dall'albero. Altrettanto interessante il tour guidato sulle piante dell'orto come lemongrass, il fiore per fare un the blu (che abbiamo bevuto) etc.. Semplicemente meraviglioso. Davvero un MUST DO.
È un'esperienza unica nel suo genere. È davvero un'attività che consiglio caldamente a chiunque in visita a Chiang Mai. Fah ci ha permesso di entrare nel vivo della loro comunità,…
Courtney
novembre 2019
Fah was an amazing host. She and her husband (who drove us around) both welcomed me in as a solo traveler, and I felt honored to be a part of their lives/community for the day. My original intentional was to learn more about the weaving process, but I left with a deeper understanding not only of weaving but also Northern Thai culture, especially out in the villages. Definitely a worthwhile experience!
Fah was an amazing host. She and her husband (who drove us around) both welcomed me in as a solo traveler, and I felt honored to be a part of their lives/community for the day. My…
Bhatari
octobre 2019
Being an art and craft enthusiast, I am glad I could participate in this tour as this is more than just getting to see how artisans at work but also their culture and way of life. Fah picked me up with her husband and we drove to a temple, stopped at a monument, and then went to see her house where they made clothes from natural dye. I've always been interested in how natural dye works and it's a pleasure to see the process from beginning to end. I got my hands on weaving (I failed miserably lol) and made a tie dye scarf to take home. For lunch we went to a local khao soi joint instead of the usual picnic and they gladfully showed me an art gallery on the way back too, after knowing my interest in art. I love how personalized the interaction is with Fah - it's more like making a new friend instead of joining a tour. She speaks perfect English, has deep understanding and obvious pride of where she comes from and her culture. She is a seasoned guide which you will be able to understand once you meet her. I recommend this tour for anyone interested in art, craft and local culture!
Being an art and craft enthusiast, I am glad I could participate in this tour as this is more than just getting to see how artisans at work but also their culture and way of life.…

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Conditions d'annulation

Toute expérience peut être annulée et intégralement remboursée dans les 24 heures suivant l'achat, ou au moins 7 jours avant qu'elle ne commence.

Critères requis pour les voyageurs

10 voyageurs maximum âgés de 8 ou plus peuvent participer.

Ce qu'il faut apporter

Enjoy shopping to support local artisan and sustainable village

Gratitude to your host or driver