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An experience we will never forget
March 24, 2012

This day tour to Bat Trang gives you some insights into Vietnamese ceramic art. You also earn a chance to test your skills and creativeness.

Detailed program

Bat Trang Village & Hanoi tour (L)
Pick you up at hotel at 08:00 am for driving to Bat Trang ceramic village (13km far from Hanoi centre). The guide will take you around the village to see the artisans at work and you have chance to witness the process of molding and carving clay pots, dishes and vases. Here you can create the pottery products by yourself. Then back Hanoi centre for lunch.
In the afternoon, we explore city with the first site, the Temple of Literature - a complex of the Confucius Temple built in 1070 and the first Royal National University in Vietnam built in 1076, continuing to Tran Quoc pagoda – the oldest pagoda in Hanoi and Quan Thanh temple located on the West Lake’s shore. The rest of day, you will visit the bustling 36 streets of The Old Quarter. Drop off at the hotel. End of services


Price and Included


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- Transport by the air-conditioned private car
- The private English speaking guide
- 01 lunch at the local restaurant
- Entrance fees
- Mineral water


- Hotel in Hanoi
- Tips & personal expenses as drinks, phone, laundry
- Personal travel insurance
- Visa to Vietnam

- Bank charge fees for payment
- Other services not mentioned in the "Inclusion"

Bat Trang ceramic village

About 13 kilometers to the south of Hanoi is the location of Bat Trang village which is famous throughout the world for its ceramics. This is indeed the oldest and best known pottery village of Vietnam.


Temple of Literature

Temple of Literature is a historical complex, consisting of five main courtyards. The best feature of the site is perhaps its peaceful and gorgeous settings with nicely maintained lawns...


Tran Quoc Pagoda

Built on a southern peninsula of West Lake, Tran Quoc Pagoda is one of the oldest pagodas  in Hanoi. Since its construction in the sixth century, it was moved and carried different names.