Nom Village and Bat Trang Village Tour is the combination of tradition culture learning, rural daily life discovery and local handicraft exploration. You will have chance to visit the market, meet Vietnamese people in their old houses and hand on pottery products making.
Morning take one hour drive from Hanoi to Nom Village in Dai Dong Hamlet, Van Lam District, Hung Yen Province. The village was formed at the beginning of the Common Era, according to a stele preserved in Nom Pagoda.
Thousands of years may have passed, but Nom Village retains its image as a traditional Vietnamese village. The arched village gate is made of bricks, on which are inscribed Confucian characters and the image of two dragons encircling the moon.
The center of Nom Village is the communal house. Before the road leading into the communal house is a pond several decameters wide and approximately 200 meters long. In the village over a dozen ancient houses and seven altars of the various families remain. Most prominent is the home of Phung Van Long, which was built about 200 years ago, according to documents from Hung Yen province’s department of culture, sports and tourism. The house includes fully intact wooden pillars and columns, on which exquisite carvings remain. After take a rest , enjoy Vietnamese tea and mingle with old local people at the communal house. We drive from Nom Village to Bat Trang, the most famous pottery in the North of Vietnam. We will take you for the walk to the original part of the village where people still manufacture pottery in traditional way, visiting a local workshop and enjoy some hands on experience of making some of your own pottery products there. You also have some free time for shopping in the big market of pottery in Bat Trang before driving back to Hanoi. . End of Nom Village and Bat Trang Village Tour.
Valid till 31 December 2019 (subject to change on 24 Dec and 31 Dec)
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