Clay pot making village in central Vietnam

Last update 14:15 | 03/05/2016

VietNamNet Bridge – Tru Son clay pots are made entirely by hand with a turntable, a few pieces of clout and thin bamboo pieces.

Làng nghề làm nồi đất duy nhất ở xứ Nghệ

The pottery village of Tru Son is in Do Luong district of Nghe An province. This is the only village in Nghe An making earthen pots so it is also called “earthen pot village”.

Làng nghề làm nồi đất duy nhất ở xứ Nghệ Trù Sơn là làng gốm có một không hai bởi đây là nơi duy nhất còn làm ra các loại nồi bằng đất ở xứ Nghệ. Vì thế, ngoài tên Trù Sơn, nơi đây còn được gọi là làng Nồi Đất Tiếp tục đọc

Eight must-visit places in Binh Duong – Photos: Seven places to visit in Binh Duong – A piggy bank making village in Binh Duong

Last update 11:57 | 17/02/2017

Eight must-visit places in Binh Duong

Phu An bamboo village, Hoi Khanh pagoda, and Tay Tang pagoda, just to name a few, are attractive tourist destinations in Binh Duong province.

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Located in Ben Cat District, Binh Duong Province, Phu An Ecological Bamboo Museum and Botanical Reserve, also known as the Phu An Bamboo Village, is one of the biggest bamboo museums in Southeast Asia. This multipurpose centre promotes scientific research and ecosystem conservation while promoting environmental awareness and the value of ecotourism in the local community. Tiếp tục đọc

A visit to the incense-making village of Hung Yen

 The two century old Cao Thon craft village in the northern province of Hung Yen is one of the largest incense-making villages in Vietnam.

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At the village located about 50km southeast of Hanoi, the days leading up to the Hung Kings Festival are a non-stop work effort to churn out incense sticks for the festivities throughout the country.
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Each household in the village can turn out twenty-to-thirty thousand sticks per day, using a time-tested mix of sawdust, cinnamon, sandalwood and sunshine.a visit to the incense-making village of hung yen hinh 3
Incense sticks must be left to dry for one to three days in the sunshine. Tiếp tục đọc