How to reach?
Guwahati airport is the nearest airport then hire a taxi till the village.
Guwahati railway station is the another option if you are planning to halt in the city and make a day trip to the village by taxi or a direct buses are also available. Other kamakhya railway station is the nearest to the village but is far from the city so one can decide accordingly.
Also ola and uber are available from airport or any of the mentioned two railway stations.
My Personal Experience:
The season of marriage is heading faster so I headed with my Gentleman into the village of Gold in search of pure organic silk for one of the most auspicious occasions of my life. Excited and happy here I opened the app and we booked a cab for the village away from the busy schedule of life. We made a day trip in to the village and drove through the lush greenery and blissful backdrops of one hour drive into the rawness of life.
When we reached the village, we realized that we were surrounded by bright and colorful fairy tailed waved village and witnessed the talented Assamese wavers in the designs of their Mekhelas and how they are preserving their age old culture and tradition. It was overwhelming to see every houses and the shops with adjacent factory of traditional age old bamboo looms and textile.
After visiting the village this reminded the story my mother used to tell me how she used to wave her own Saare/Dokona and never have to buy from the shopkeepers but due to change in technology people have shifted to machine made cost effective clothes the tradition of our women entrepreneur is becoming obsolete.
The visit was worth the experience as it was an eye opener for me to learn how beautiful is one's culture and place. I am grateful to Sualkuchi for the beautiful Dokhona from which I could smell the love of our culture and tradition. Sualkuchi has mostly Mekhelas whereas Dokhonas are very rare and difficult to find as less in demand because Dokhona is mostly worn by people in Lower Assam people or Bodo People.