Kim Truc pagoda locates in a spiritual complex to the south of Bat Trang village, along with temple of mother goddesses and two temples.
Temple of Mother Goddesses worships the pottery ancestor. The temple overlooks the Red river to the South East, with “Nhi” character structure.
Temple of Bat Trang is one of the great temples of the ancient Kinh Bac. This temple worships six gods of protector that were ordained by different emperors
The Temple of Confucius is a relic of Chinese origin, worshiping Confucius, Chu Van An and other great scholars.
The position of Uncle Ho Memorial Hall is the place where Uncle Ho met villagers of Bat Trang in 1959. To express the gratitude toward Uncle Ho, the memorial hall was built.
There are many types of unique and cute souvenirs at the Ceramic market. Inside, there are many kiosks selling several types of ceramic products, created by local artisans.
Referring to Bat Trang, one cannot help but mention the houses located deep inside the old village. Trang An is one of the places preserving the cultural values of a craft village: village of pottery and literature.
Vietnamese Spirit ceramic museum was built by artisan Vu Duc Thang – an artisan specialized in texture, embossed pattern.
The ancient ceramic kiln was built in late 19th century, using firewood for heating. Previously, Bat Trang villages had about 20 ancient ceramic kilns.
Tieu Dao pagoda is a place with bold Northern Vietnam tradition. This pagoda is a prove of talents of Bat Trang artisans.
Ban Temple worships 2 gods named: Le Hue and Le Kiem. At Ban Temple, there are 2 ancient lacquered boards dated back hundreds of years
Temple of Giang Cao was built in late Ly dynasty. This temple worships 4 holy gods and the god of protector. According to legends, when emperor Tu Duc ascended the throne in 1847, Van Giang dike was broken.
Along the way down from Bat Trang dike, visitors can see and choose for themselves unique ceramic products in many shops in Giang Cao pottery street.