Hanoi Handicraft Villages Private Tour
- Duration: 1 day
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My tour was so nice with Anna - tour guide in Bat Trang ancient - pottery village! So amazing!!! Bat trang is the Ceramic Village in Hanoi which attract me with their own products is made by themselves' hand. This is the most interesting place that people preoccupied with their works. There are a lot of making ceramic places which gave me unforgettable memory that I could make and paint by myself. It's the feeling I am as a ceramic maker. I loved an ancient place which every house and families have many many handicrafts and paintings, which is the most imposing and interesting drawings and products. This is the pride of that villagers who have to do hard works. I've been in ceramic market which really impressed me with the incredible styles, beautiful and colorful ceramics. Highly recommend the tour and Anna!
the guides were very articulate, very fluent in English so that made the tour around the village very understandable. Their service was amazing - especially in terms of their warmth and humour! I really liked how personal the tour was and that the guides made us feel as though we were travelling with familiar friends. The food places they brought us was great too, very glad i could try deserts i haven’t tried before xD Although the tour was a bit pricey, I think it is a pretty good investment for the quality of the service and experience.
really enjoyed our experience here!! Learned a lit about the process of tea and coffee making and the Vietnamese culture surrounding tea and coffee. Our instructor Dai was very friendly and allows for hands on participation in the tea and coffee making! Would highly recommend this experience!!
Really in-depth explanation of the different teas and coffee available in Vietnam, and the guy running the class was lovely. Definitely recommend to do this, if you have a spare 2 hours. The egg coffee was delicious!
Doan was very friendly and enthusiastic. I enjoyed the conversation as much as the tea and coffee. This was the highlight of my trip to Hanoi!