Bat Trang, an ancient traditional craft village well-known for ceramic items, located on the left bank of the Red river, about 15 km southeast of Hanoi. Originally named Bach Tho, Bat Trang village has a story of more than 5 hundred years of ceramics making, producing goods ranging from daily- use implements to royal utensils, from every day gifts to presentations offered to foreign dignitaries. Today, Bat Trang ceramic are treasured in local and overseas museums as well as in private collections. Every household in the Red river delta has at least one Bat Trang ceramic item among its belongings, be it an incense burner, a tea set, rice bowls, a flower vase or a bonsai pot. The villages is name, which can be translated as a the bowl making village or 100 kilns village has been memorialized in folk ballads by young men who would promise to build their lovers houses made of Bat Trang bricks.
Located on the outskirt of Hanoi,Vietnam
Opening Hours: 08.00 am – 17.30 pm