Pick you up at a hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter to depart for Bat Trang ancient ceramic village:
This Vietnam’s premier ceramics center is 15 km northeast of the city center. While the upper side is quite commercialized and focuses on glazed ceramic items, the riverside ‘ancient’ village leans more towards earthenware and pottery products. There is also a large ceramics market with many small business people selling a wide variety of items large and small.
The morning trip will be continued with visiting the biggest pagoda in the Buddhist center region: Dau pagoda. This ancient pagoda has undergone many restorations and expansion, with the largest construction undertaken under the Ly and Tran dynasty. Going through the fluctuation of history, although many structures in the region were destroyed, the pagoda still exists and preserves the traditional oriental architecture style especially the woodblock aged about 1752 years old and two bronzes’ Xa Loi bodies of Vu Khac Minh and Vu Khac Truong monk.
Return to Hanoi. The trip ends at your hotel.
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