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You'll visit Bat Trang Village in the morning - a famous traditional handicraft village in Hanoi in particular and in Vietnam in general. Our guide will pick you up at your hotel in Hanoi at around 8:30. On arrival at Bat Trang Pottery Village, you'll start a soft walking to see how the locals here make pottery products, and then stop at the biggest ceramic market and enjoy shopping for unique gift for your beloved.
You'll then be transfered back to Hanoi to enjoy lunch in a local restaurant.
Our afternoon is spent to experience Van Phuc Silk Village with the first stop at a local family making silk, seeing the process from silk worm to silk fabric to learn how the fabric is woven, and then continue walking along the village for more interesting experiences in your life. Continuing to visit a pagoda and a temple in the village lets you have overview on the difference between pagoda and temple in Vietnam. Before getting back to your hotel, you'll be free for shopping for special silk products to bring home as meaningful gifts from Vietnam. Back to your hotel at around 17:00 and farewell.
Private English speaking tour guide
All entrance fees
Visa arrangements (Please apply online visa by the easy way at Website: www.vietnam-visa.com)
Other transportations not mentioned
Other services not mentioned in the itinerary
This is a trip by private car.
Guide speaking other languages is subject to availability.
This trip includes temples and pagoda in local villages, please DO NOT wear shorts or mini-skirts to show your respect.
Tour program is subject to change due to weather and operating conditions.
Bat Trang Pottery VillageGia Lam Dist. - Hanoi Capital
Visiting Bat Trang Village - one of the city's traditional handicraft villages, tourists can take a walk to visit many ceramic stores for purchasing special gifts or try ceramics making to get an unforgettable experience.
Van Phuc Silk VillageVan Phuc, Ha Dong - Hanoi Capital
Located on the bank of Nhue Thi River, Hanoi, Van Phuc Village is an ideal place for tourists to contemplate the genuine traditional silk-making industry.