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Learn the Thai Tradition of Palm Leaf Weaving at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

After working at Walt Disney World Resort for more than a decade, I’m always surprised to find out about unique guest offerings that I never knew existed.

Earlier this week, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that guests can learn the art (and Thai cultural tradition) of palm leaf weaving in the Asia section of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park.

Here’s a look inside this fun art form, courtesy of our friends at Disney Parks InsidEARS. (Offering is subject to change without notice.)


  • Is this new? I’ve never seen this in the park? Will this be available for a limited time only, or is it an on-going activity?

    • The Asia cultural reps are out every day from open until 2:30 near the Asia bridge and the white Marble Temple.

      It’s an on-going activity, but is subject to change.

  • I love this! Exactly where is it located in the park?

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