Bat Trang Ceramic Village
About 10 km from Hanoi in East (in Gia Lam District, Hanoi), sets a pottery village, considered as the most famous and long-standing pottery village in Vietnam for its name of Bat Trang. Up to this time, Bat Trang Pottery Village has still been operating and developing ceaselessly. According to a legend, the village was first called as Bach Tho Phuong before its name was changed into Bat Trang Phuong. People in the village remember in their memory that the place of their origin Bo Bat Village (or called Bach Bat Village), Yen Mo District, Ninh Binh Province.
Van Phuc Silk Village
Just 15km to the west of Hanoi is a place known for silk making and silk products over centuries now known as Van Phuc village in Ha Dong of Ha Tay Province.
In recent years, the village has enjoyed the revival of its craft due to a surging demand for silk in both the domestic and foreign markets.
It has long been a universal by word of luxury, often worn by the world's richest, most powerful citizens, nowadays, the fine and lustrous cloth that originally comes from the cocoon of the silkworm is much more affordable for "ordinary" folk.
Silk is currently enjoying a fashion renaissance, particularly as its many varieties can be made into a wide range of designs suitable for all facets of modern life.
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8:30AM: Pick up at Noble Boutique Hotel by the Tour Guide
Drive to Bat Trang, the famous village is situated approx 15 outside of Hanoi,
surrounded by fertile farmland. Watch the artisans forming, painting and
glazing their products, which are then baked for several days in huge kilns.
12:00PM: Lunch at local restaurant!
1:30PM: Drive to discover full afternoon in the silk village of Van Phuc.
4:30PM: Leave Van Phuc Silk Village to go back to the hotel.
5:00 PM: Arrive and drop off at Noble Boutique Hotel