If you are looking for a knick knack to take home you might find something here. Red and Green Mulberry tea is ok. You can try before you buy.
Located about 6km west of downtown Phonsavan, this lovely farm offers free tours. We went by bicycle, and were very impressed by the premises and the quality of the work they do there. On a tour you learn about the silk making process, meet some of the women from many different villages who train and work there, and even get... More
these kinds of initiatives need support! was interesting to see all aspects of the process and supporting them by buying products goes without saying
We have spent 5 days working with Mulberries in order to realize a video about their project. The farm is organic & fair trade certified, they produce high quality silk and side products like silk protein packed cosmetics. We had time to really get to know the people by staying there a few days, learn Miss Kommaly's story, how she... More
Because we had the Mulberry green tea with our breakfast in Phonsavan we went to the farm a little out of town. The manager welcomed us with open arms and arranged a little tour through the farm. Our tourguide came right out the field and explaned us everything. He apologised for his English but he did a great job. We... More
Located just out of Phonsavan, the Mulberries Organic Silk Farm is a 45 hectare property dedicated to the revival and survival of all aspects of Lao silk production. Established in 1993, Mulberries’ mission is to “create income generating opportunities for Lao people in a socially and environmentally responsible manner” They have 17 of the 45 hectares under mulberry trees which... More
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