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September 09, 2019
Good place to experience hand-made ceramic by yourself or looking for some beautiful special Vietnam ceramic items
July 19, 2018
Historically, Bat Trang pottery village has been formed since the Ly dynasty. When King Ly Thai To moved capital from Hoa Lu to Thang Long, five famous pottery families of Bo Bat village, Yen Mo district, Truong Yen (now belonging to Yen Mo district, Ninh Binh province) were Tran, Nguyen, Le, Pham…
February 08, 2018
Vietnam has many dishes and you can enjoy here. Spring roll is the most famous dish.
February 18, 2017
Home to the pottery families of Hanoi, Bat Trang village is famously also referred to as “ceramic village”. Located just 13 kilometres from Old Quarter, it’s an easy half-day excursion from the city and, as well as buying souvenirs, you can also try your hand at throwing a pot or painting your own…
October 24, 2016
This is an old ceramic village (more than 600 years) with many hand made products that have been exported to all over the world. You can come to see and join the process of making pottery your selves.

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