Very nice place. Loved the litle streets and all the pottery. There are some places where you can eat and drink.
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Great place to visit for a short time, it takes about 2-3 hours to complete now, some parts are under construction but the museum is still open. Lots of shops to take souvenirs or buy a nice traditional gift. The architecture is really nice and...More
I visited this place three times with families and friends. They all loved it. The kiln is big. There's an old residential village nearby. A museum of clay and porcelain within the area is free, small but well managed compare with most museums in small...More
The place is definitely fascinating owing to its history and especially if you have interests in Ceramics . There are lot of small cafe and photography opportunities inside . You can also buy lot of ceramic stuff there but buy from shops outside !
This is where ceramics has been made for hundreds of years. In the park there are many old houses and shops. Around the area there are rows and rows of ceramics shops (wholesale and retail). There is no subway that reaches this area, but there...More
I have visited the Kiln twice. Once with my friends, who have young kids, and once with my parents. Both times it seemed to be a suitable option. For people who are interested in Ceramics it is an excellent option, because right outside the Ancient...More
The purpose of this attractions seems to sell small pottery figurine/nicknack-souvenirs that would gather dust in most houses. There are various craft people making the items and many shops selling them. I did not find it very interesting. However, keeping the craft alive is important...More