Phu Lang Pottery Village and Dai Bai Traditional Craft of Bronze Casting

Embarking on a biking journey to Phu Lang Pottery Village and Dai Bai Traditional Craft of Bronze Casting is an experience filled with colors and significance. Starting from the point of departure, you’ll feel the serenity of the Northern Vietnamese landscape. It’s a great opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourself in the peaceful countryside, with its small roads, lush green fields, and tranquil rivers.
Upon arriving at Phu Lang Pottery Village, you’ll step into the world of Vietnam’s traditional pottery art. Here, you can participate in activities such as pottery shaping, explore traditional techniques, and interact with local artisans. Then, the journey continues to Dai Bai Village, where you’ll discover the traditional bronze casting culture. By observing local artisans creating delicate bronze artworks, you’ll appreciate their creativity and endless passion.

7+ Age
  • Departure

    128 Yen Hoa St, Yen Phu, Tay Ho Dist, Hanoi
  • Departure Time

    Please arrive by 7:45 AM for a departure at 8 AM.
  • Return Time

    Approximately 5:00 PM.
  • Dress Code

    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hat and light jacket.
  • Included

    Boat or Ferry Transfer
    Bottles of drinking water
    Car/ Taxi Transport
    English Speaking Cycling Tour Guide
    Entrance Fees
    Fruit & Snacks
    Hotel pick up and drop-off
    Meals as Mentioned
    Mountain Bike Trek Marlin 5/6 and Helmet
  • Not Included

    Gratuities (optional)
    Hotel Homestay Room, Double Base
    Personal Expense

8:00AM: Departure

Departing from Hanoi, we journey to National Highway No. 18, where our cycling adventure begins towards Phu Lang pottery village, situated approximately 60 km away from Hanoi in Phu Lang Commune, Que Vo District, Bac Ninh Province. Explore the intricate process of ceramic production and discover the reasons behind the widespread popularity of these products in both domestic and international markets. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere and engage in local activities within this traditional village setting.

11: AM

Travelers have the option to lodge in the homes of local villagers, immersing themselves in the tranquil ambiance. They can witness the proliferation of ceramic kilns along the embankments or nestled on the gentle slopes near Luc Dau Giang, overlooking the perennial flow of the Cau River.

12:00 AM: Time for lunch

We enjoy lunch either at a local restaurant or in a family setting.

2:00 PM:

Afterward, we proceed to explore Dai Bai Village, renowned for its long-standing handicraft traditions. Crossing the Cau River by ferryboat, we arrive at Bac Ninh Province's opposite side. Once in Dai Bai village, we cycle through its charming hamlets and visit a distinguished artisan's residence, observing the intricate process of crafting exquisite products.

5:00 PM: Return

Conclude the journey by cycling to 128 Yen Hoa, Yen Phu, Tay Ho district to return the bicycles. From there, transportation will be arranged to take the group back to the hotel.

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History Of The City

Hanoi, the capital and cultural hub of Vietnam, boasts a rich and ancient history. Dating back thousands of years, it was known as Thang Long during the Middle Ages. Under French colonial rule in the 19th century, it became a pivotal center. Hanoi endured tumult during the Vietnam War, including pivotal events like the Battle of Dien Bien Phu in 1954. Since reunification in 1976, it has thrived as the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, blending rapid economic growth with the preservation of its rich cultural heritage. Today, Hanoi stands as a top cultural and tourist destination in Southeast Asia, drawing millions with its historic sites, ancient architecture, and unique cultural traditions.

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