Thanh Ha Pottery and Kim Bong Carpentry Village Tour

Quang Nam, Vietnam
Half Day Tour
English, Thai

About the trip
Hands-on Workshop Arts and Craft Children Friendly
In its golden years, Hoi An emerged as the most important trading port in Southeast Asia between the 16th and 17th centuries. It has become an outstanding material manifestation of the fusion of cultures over time and is considered a living museum of architecture and urban lifestyle. Together with the well-developed economy and culture, many handicraft villages were born to meet the demand at the time. Along with the rise of the new port – Da Nang, Hoi An was forgotten. Handicraft villages are also fading under the pressure of modernization. However, if you know where to look, there are still passionate, determined craftsmen keeping traditions alive for our future generations.

This handicraft tour will bring you to a beautiful, remote countryside just right outside of Hoi An to visit two handicraft villages that still remain until today. Your craftsmanship will be put to the test as you make your own take away gift, To he (little figurines made from glutinous rice powder).
  • Boat ride on the beautiful Thu Bon river
  • Pottery village tour
  • To he making
  • Visit to old carpentry village
Day One
- Hotel pick-up and travel to Bach Dang dock for a boat ride - Travel to Thanh Ha village by boat - Explore the village and dozens of family-owned pottery shops - Observe all the steps in pottery-making - Make To-he - Continue to Kim Bong village and see traditional techniques in building ships - Return to Bach Dang dock where tour ends
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Parking on Premise
  • Transfer and transportation as per itinerary
  • Entrance fees
  • Tourist boat
  • Snack & Soft drink 1 unit/pax on cruise
  • English speaking tour guide (other languages available upon request)
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