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Stop At: Umbrella Village - Bor Sang, 1014, Tambon Ton Pao Sankamphaeng, Bo Sang, San Kamphaeng 50130 Thailand
You will be picked up from your hotel or guest house lobby at 8.00am. / or 12.00 pm
About 30minut driving will take you to the Bo Sang Handicraft Centre, where you meet the local artisans making the world famous Paper umbrellas whose brilliant designs are mysteriously, magically impervious to rain. Watch the whole process from making the bamboo struts, covering them with paper, putting them out to dry and then hand painting them. You can ask them to paint a variety of beautiful designs on items that you bring to them (for example a Purse, mobile phone covers, handbag, hat, jacket, t-shirt, even the leg of your jeans). Even very complicated scenic designs can be painted on your object right in front of you in minutes. That would be a treasured gift for either yourself or someone special back at home.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Baan Jang Nak - A Museum of Elephant Wood Carvings, 56/1 Moo 2 Buak Khang, San Kamphaeng 50130 Thailand
Baan Jang Nak, which means “A Museum of Elephant Wood Carvings”, has shown many of master piece elephant wood carvings, even on life sized carvings of elephant.
Visitors from around the world came here to visit and tell the stories of the elephants in Thailand to their families and friends. As well as a willing of everyone in Baan Jang Nak who love and want to protect the real elephants and want to tell the stories of them through their works.
This is not the typical tourist stop. The place besides being a museum of the works and life of the artist, is a working center where the tradition of wood carving is maintained
Witnessing the making of structures, from a wooden block to end of Elephant.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: San kamphang Saturday walking street market, Highway 1006, San Kamphaeng Thailand
Discover many workshops and factories in the San kamphang handicraft village.
Watch locals demonstrate the intricate art of weaving silk by hand—a generations-old method—and learn about the comprehensive and detail-oriented process of silk production.
Skilled craftsmen transform teakwood with the help of simple tools into elegant furniture with delicate carvings.
Also fascinating to watch is the production of lacquer ware, even eggshells are used to achieve unusual designs.
Silverware is on offer in such a great variety that even the most modest visitor will be tempted to buy some as there is always something available for any taste.
Generations long, families have mastered and transferred the finer art of the well-known Celadon Ceramics. .. Buy unique silverware items direct from the makers, and discover other thriving handicraft industries of cotton, as well as antiques from Myanmar and beyond.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes