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Thanh Ha Pottery Village

3 km West of Hoi An, Hoi An, Vietnam
+84 510 3963 888
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3 km West of Hoi An, Hoi An, Vietnam
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+84 510 3963 888
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Reviewed 10 June 2016

We were part of an escorted tour that was taken to the Thanh Ha Potter village. The boat trip across the river was enjoyable and, if honest, a better attraction than the village. Yes, the making of clay was interesting to watch and the spinning...More

Thank The_Review_Queen
Reviewed 15 May 2016

This is a great way to spend a few hours in Hoi An - there was 3 generations of us and we all had a ball. Not only do they show off their pottery making skills in person right in front of you but then...More

Thank Mark F
Reviewed 9 May 2016 via mobile

A great building with terra cotta design,this seems a highlight for thanh Ha porterry village.actually the local kilns around are more interested to see the real activities of the 17 century village. One small problem is there are so many old lady and little kid...More

Thank Thomas P
Reviewed 8 May 2016

Went here as part of a larger tour. Was interesting to see the old kilns and old methods used. The was an old Lady in her eighties who we were told still throws 50 pots a day-amazing. The village itself was quite interesting especially in...More

Thank Bill P
Reviewed 3 May 2016

We had some time to kill and visited the village. It was very interesting to see all the differnt pottery studios and the goods the produce. Unfortunately everybody wants to sell you something.

Thank André N
Reviewed 2 May 2016

We visited the pottery village early in the morning which turned out to be a good idea, it was really busy before we left. The shops seemed to all sell the same things, one place gave a good demonstration. Museum entrance is extra.

Thank c0untryc0uple
Reviewed 23 April 2016 via mobile

It was high on the list of places in Hoi An but I was not overly intrigued. A few shops, a kiln. Interesting to see how the produce whistles. I did get a great sunset picture as we left.

Thank MLBJ
Reviewed 18 April 2016

We were surprised at how much we enjoyed this place. Miniature models of iconic buildings outside, epic pottery murals and collections inside.

Thank nerowolfe17
Reviewed 4 April 2016 via mobile

The village more than 500 years ago, but still retain traditional feather like whistle by hand or burn by wood. After i make products, they dry it under the sun until it dries completely. It's take a long time to have one product. the village...More

Thank Yenvy595
Reviewed 3 April 2016 via mobile

We came here by mistake, as we planed visit only Terracota Park, and at the parking there is ticket office which sold as ticket to this village. This place is good for travelers with kids or who want just have some fun and try himself...More

Thank AndriiT
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BYgeord
Why do you sell ceramics and pots that are not made in the village?
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