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Seriously how can you justify charging people 35000vnd to shop. This is basically two or three street selling pretty tacky over priced “souvenirs”. It boggles my mind that they can justify selling tickets at any price to entry a shopping area!
I thought this was a working potterysite, but it’s shops selling tourist kitch. That s ok, some tourists like that, but hey, don’t charge me. We looked for a few seconds and then asked for a refund. At 35 vnd this is robbery. I loved...More
Thanh Ha Pottery Village is full of family run potteries that you can watch at work on the wheel and making many pottery creations. There is a fee to enter the village of 35,000VND (£1). It is worth a quick wander along a few streets,...More
I and my husband took a trip here to visit the pottery village and had a chance to do some pottery too. After buying tickets, we walked to a small alley that lead to the museum - but since we didn't have time, we skipped...More
We got dropped there by a taxi. The first house approached us straight away and showed us how to make pottery and offered for us to have a go. Of course like most places you were then guilted into buying some thing. It is a...More
We couldn’t enjoy it there because they put us so in pressure to buy anything all the time.Save the entry fee and go just in the terra-cotta park because there you can see exactly the same or even more and it’s pretty relaxed
The lovely Pottery Village is one of the places we have visited during our Hoi An Free-bike-tour (hoianfreetour.com , see separate review) , Interesting , and you are not pushed to buying anything . At the end of the tour , you get a gift...More
We took a boat up the Xiao River to the Pottery Village. We watched how they make the pottery and then we had a tour of the village. There is a lot of pottery to see and or buy. We were given free pottery whistles...More
My son and I cycled along the back roads from An Bang which took about 25 mins and was a pleasant way to see the countryside.
I only had to pay for myself for the entry then we paid to park our bikes rather than...More