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Ever wondered what it takes to make artisanal soy sauce? If your answer is yes, then this is the place to be.
Sean and his team gave us a fantastic tour of their quaint little factory, nestled in the middle of your typical Penang neighborhood....More
We went to the factory for our Quality Management project purpose. But what we found there was no quality system applied in their factory. They failed to guide us. The factory’s owner daughter’s English was bad. We can’t even understand what she said. What we...More
The owner's daughter introduced their soy sauce products to me and explained how they produce the sauce. I purchased several bottles and the lady is extremely helpful to make use of all kind of material available to pack up the items.
Not a big surprise,...More
You can easily miss this place, the soya sauce is sort of made in the front yard of a smallish shed/storeroom. They don't have a formal guided tour, the woman cobbles together some english to explain the process which is surprisingly simple, but I suppose...More
This is for travellers who are of the more adventurous sort, and who aren't interested in overly commercialized and touristy attractions (an interest in Asian cuisine ingredients would be helpful). Literally off the beaten track, this little factory is hidden in a semi-village district on...More
Went here thanks to our tour guide: email@example.com . He recommended this place as his tour was basically a food trip. I never knew how soy sauce was made. The people were very ecstatic when we arrived and was promptly showed around. Along with Soy...More
It's quite out of the way and less a factory, more a shop where the production happens too. But as we had hired scooters it was a very worthwhile trip. The lady who runs it welcomed us and spent about 15 minutes explaining the process...More
Not your standard tour in the traditional sense of the word, but definitely worth the trip. The owner was welcoming and obviously extremely proud of her business. They make soy sauce and chilli sauce, among other things, using all traditional methods. They have been at...More
Our tour guide took us here on a recent trip to Penang. My girls loved being able to see how the soy sauce was made, and getting to try some. They are hooked! Unfortunately we live in the US, and have to settle for the...More