Cambodian Golden Silk is made from silkworms that eat mulberry leaves. The Phnom Srok district is very famous for producing silk and keeping the traditional ways of growing fabric trees, silkworms feeding, spinning and weaving a high quality of Cambodian Golden Silk such as Som Putt Hole, Phar Mourng and Scarf (Krama).
- Uniqueness of Khmer silk: Hand-made product that is produced with natural dye.
- Silk producers: In Phnom Srok district there are approximately 700 families who formed a silk producer community
- Market: Domestic market and export to Thailand and other countries.
Khmer’s Silk Producer Community: Phum Sreah Chik, Sreah Chik Commune, Phnom Srok District, Banteay Meanchey Province. Contact Mr. Nol Sopheak, Tel: 012 41 64 93