Thanh Ha pottery village

Update news Thanh Ha pottery village

Unique ceramic tigers for the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) have been made by Mr. Nguyen Van Hoang.

Making buffalo statues at 500-year-old pottery village in Hoi An

Weeks before the lunar New Year (Tet holiday), craftsmen of Thanh Ha pottery village were busy making buffalo statues – the mascot of the new lunar year to serve customers.

Tourism services reopen at destinations in central region

Tourism services at popular destinations in the ancient town of Hoi An will open from today after being closed for two months to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Kim Bong carpentry village struggles to keep trade alive

At the age of 80, craftsman Huynh Ri in Kim Bong carpentry village, in Hoi An City, still creates unique wooden carvings and souvenirs at his family workshop.

SE Asian art goes on show in Hoi An

 VietNamNet Bridge – Artworks by about 21 artists from India, Indonesia and Viet Nam are on display at an exhibition called Hoi An Convergence now open in the central coastal city of Hoi An.

Thanh Ha Pottery Village

 Thanh Ha pottery village sits beside the Thu Bon River, 3 kilometers west of Hoi An.

Photos: The unique terra-cotta park in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Thanh Ha Cultural Terracotta Park is being built in the ancient town of Hoi An, covering approximately 6,000 m2 with an investment of about $1 million.

Kayak fishing on the De Vong River

 VietNamNet Bridge – There are a number of reasons visitors flock to Hoian, including its lovely beaches, colourful old streets and its unique nighttime charm, but one lesser-known reasons is its peaceful and bountiful rivers.

Kim Bong carpentry village to become a tourist attraction

 VietNamNet Bridge – Craftsman Huynh Ri, 74, from Kim Bong Village in ancient Hoi An Town, still makes wooden carvings, but his age limits his output.