If you are traveling with kids, do include this short trip in your itinerary. It's a 40 minute drive from old quarter. This quiet town is filled with over a 100 (or even more I think) ceramic shops. But what's most interesting is that they let you make one, paint it and keep it too. The whole experience costs about 40,000 VND per person per clay pot. My 5 year old daughter simply loved this experience. The bus like most reviews say is possibly the cheapest mode of transport but an Uber to here from old quarter costs about 120,000 VND. Uber is easily accessible to and fro. The pottery workshops look quite arty and have a nice feel to them.
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