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Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle and Dragon Kiln

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Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle and Dragon Kiln

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85 Lorong Tawas Dragon Kiln Village, Singapore 639823 Singapore
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PioneerSingapore Mass Rapid Transit23 min
Boon LaySingapore Mass Rapid Transit28 min
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kim buay p wrote a review Oct 2020
Singapore, Singapore9,234 contributions1,007 helpful votes
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This place has a very wide range of pottery and porcelain items on sale. It is a great place to browse. There are lovely modern plant pots as well as the traditional types and they come in different sizes and colours. Bus 99 from Boon Lay Interchange stops at Clean Tech One. From bus stop, it is five mins walk to this building known as Launch Pad. There is a linkway to the park and the side entrance to this pottery place. Jurong Eco-Garden which is next door to the pottery is also worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Alice Looi wrote a review Oct 2019
Singapore, Singapore272 contributions24 helpful votes
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The last dragon kiln in Singapore occasionally organise workshops for public who are interested. Sells cheap ceramic cups etc, where retail shops would cost dearer. Good place to visit. Quite big. Car can park inside. Owners are friendly.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Mata-Cat wrote a review Dec 2018
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Two of the last remaining dragon kilns in Singapore. Easy to locate, just follow the large ceramic pots and jars along the way once you find Nanyang Ave. We attended a well-run pottery class as a family and took home two pieces each of our handmade items,fired in their electrical kilns.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Clement wrote a review Oct 2018
Singapore, Singapore270 contributions35 helpful votes
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Had wanted to visit this unique part of Singapore for a long time but somehow did not have the opportunity to do so. Finally, was glad and happy that could make it. The most interesting part of this last remnants of pottery making was the Kiln. Perhaps the only life fired kiln in Singapore. Also they cater for classes on pottery making with a fee and special occasion for theme events and team building. They have a few remaining years of lease left in develop Singapore. So don’t missed to visit this last unique location in Singapore.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Dr. H. C. Matthew Sim, PhD wrote a review Jun 2018
Singapore, Singapore384 contributions96 helpful votes
Review by DrSim001 (Dr. H.C.M. Sim). Tourists and Singaporeans Should Visit This Old Kiln. It is a bit far off. You need to get someone to drive you there. It is an old fashion kiln to fire pottery. I love Chinese pottery especially Blue and White. No air-conditioning. You think you are in China. I don't think I have seen a working kiln in China, probably too far off the beaten track. There are some lovely finished pottery pieces to buy. Not cheap but quite nice. Kids will not like it. The place is best for pottery lovers. Best regards DrSim001 (Dr. H.C.M. Sim)
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Date of experience: November 2017
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