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Nanfeng Ancient Kiln

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Nanfeng Ancient Kiln

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Gaomiao Road, Shiwan Town, Chancheng District, Foshan 528000 China
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Kuiqi LuGuangzhou Metro43 min
Jihua ParkGuangzhou Metro40 min
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Sanshui Lotus World and Forest Park private tour
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Sanshui Lotus World and Forest Park private tour

This 9 hours day trip tour will let you explore the following 2 sites which are around 1.5 hours driving to the west of Guangzhou, immerse in the beautiful landscape in the countryside and escape the bustle city. <br><br>1) Sanshui Lotus World, an amusement and theme park that features diverse colorful lotus flower on several lakes connected by delicate bridges and artificial island, a picturesque scenery extraordinarily beautiful in summer. Travellers could shoot nice photos, stretch body and relax, enjoy the lotus art show by professional performers as well as taking the entertainment rides for fun.<br><br>2) Sanshui Forest Park, exercise outdoors and get approach to nature by hiking the primeval forest hill and wash your lung with clean air, enjoy the breathtaking view of the lying buddha statue for buddhism culture atmosphere.<br><br>With the company of an English-speaking local guide and a private car with driver, this tour incorporates both driving and walking, a perfect match for nature pursuers.
$200.00 per adult
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Khianseng wrote a review Nov 2019
Singapore, Singapore123 contributions6 helpful votes
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A good history lesson to learn about the origins of the making of ceramic. Be amazed by the hundred years old tree attached to the walls.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Michael B wrote a review Oct 2019
Portland OR,101 contributions41 helpful votes
These ancient kilns are still in use, famous for making figurines and "mud men" used in bonsai. Called 'dragon kilns' because of how they trail up the hill, interesting to see how they work. Also, the kilns are surrounded by alleyways, original houses of the potters, and now shops of the modern potters. Tours available from the tourist info center. Nearby are more shopps with lots of pottery and accessories, and DIY pottery opportunities. Fascinating place.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Iness18 wrote a review Apr 2019
Yichang, China95 contributions29 helpful votes
The entry fee is 25rmb, which is pretty steep for such a small attraction, however I did find the kiln interesting, the surrounding alleyways very cute with some lovely spots and the pottery in the neighbouring 1506 creative area beautiful. I'd say it's well worth a visit if you've done Lignan Tiandi and want to see more of Foshan's culture and history.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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grainneo1 wrote a review Feb 2019
Foshan, China24 contributions8 helpful votes
Really worth a trip- a lot of it is about selling work (it is hard to resist as so much of it is BEAUTIFUL!), but it is also fascinating seeing the whole process. The area itself is so historic and actually seeing the amazing old kiln and hearing about its history and use is fascinating. Join in with one of the classes to create a pot or a plaque- great fun!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Ah J wrote a review Dec 2018
Melaka, Malaysia122 contributions30 helpful votes
This is worth a visit just to experience the size of the kilns and the fact that they are still in one piece. The pottery and ceramics that are on view are amazing considering the old style and would even better some of the most technological factories of today. Around two hours is ample to go around and take in the history of the place.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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