PRIVATE BAT TRANG CERAMIC VILLAGE & LE MAT SNAKE VILLAGE

$75.00

    PRIVATE BAT TRANG CERAMIC VILLAGE & LE MAT SNAKE VILLAGE
     
     
    Highlights of the tour:
            Bat Trang pottery village has formed and existed for hundreds of years. The village is located on the left bank of Red River and accessible by a beautiful dike road which makes a perfect trip. Highlights of the tour:  Bat Trang temple, the production house, the communal house. And the way of maintenance snake feeding - another ancient village some kilometers nearby, will keep you in touch with the Vietnamese traditional craft villages. 
    Itinerary
    8:00 Our guide and private car pick you up at your hotel, then brief you on how the bike works and provide some information on your trip. Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee from the local street vendor. "Sliding" along the dyke and enjoy the cool breeze from green plantations and from the Red river that has nurtured the living and culture of Hanoians. 
    9:00  The ride will take about 1 hours and you will arrive to Bat Trang. Walk around the village’s highlights: Bat Trang temple, the production house, the communal house. Stop at the workshop where you can learn about pottery making and create your own masterpiece.
    10:00 Leaving this marvellous village, you are moved to another one some kilometers away and the secret of it is that you will witness the wild snakes fed by lots of many farmers in the village of Le Mat. Vietnamese people can eat snake meat by unique recipes and it is said that this reptite can improve the capabilities of human body. However, don't worry for this kind of cuisine, we just look around and get to know it, tourguide will order all propper foods for you. 

    11:45  Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.
    13:00  Start coming back

    Price/  75 USD  PER PERSON (APPLIED FROM 2 GUESTS)

    Inclusion:
    - Private car
    - Water, Coffee or Beer
    - English speaking tour guide.
    - Traditional Meal for Lunch
    Exclusion: Tip, personal expense

    Note:  should take your camera and respect to custom and practice of the locals.
     
     
     

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