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A family ran business started in 1965, located in the west area of Singapore. We provide fabulous selection of vases, urn, statues, lamps and more from all over Asia at affordable prices! Not only that, if you wish to visit the oldest dragon kiln...more
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85 Lorong Tawas Dragon Kiln Village, Singapore 639823, Singapore
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...More
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...More
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...More
This is a legit attraction if you do the workshop. Otherwise, I dunno. Just do it - $60 seems very reasonable.
Had a great Saturday afternoon doing a 3 hour pottery workshop. Get to keep 2 pieces which will be fired, glazed and ready in...More
Looking for something a bit different, which show cases traditional pottery design, then a trip to Thow Kwong Pottery Jungle is a must. Not many know about it, as the Singaporean taxi driver that took us there, as well as the one that brought us...More
I went there expecting to see production happening. But it was more like a large ceramic store. Also most stuff here was from china and other places. A very small display of locally produced ceramic ware could be seen.
We saw the dragon kiln. When...More
This wonderful 'dragon kiln' is a timber fired brick kiln snaking up a hillside in Singapore, under threat from encroaching development and loss of Jungle. It is fired once a year and would be a sight to see. There are regular pottery workshops and atmospheric...More
Once upon a time, this Dragon Kiln produced much of the crockery for home and local restaurant uses, amongst other things. It has an ancient technology where the kiln could be heated up to a 1000 degree centigrade. While newer technologies could make such produce...More
This gem must be treasured. The dragon kiln is wood-fired in the traditional way. There are classes in potter's wheel, firing, and glazing, a vast warehouse of large, traditional vases of all sizes, statues, for sale, smaller pieces for the modern kitchen and contemporary ceramic...More