Across the Cau River is Tho Ha ancient village, in Viet Yen district, Bac Giang province, which is also an ancient village of the ancient Kinh Bac land. Known as a pottery village with a history dating back to the 14th century, in recent years, it has become known for making rice paper rolls and rice noodles.
The most prominent is the cluster of communal houses and pagodas dating back more than 400 years. Tho Ha ancient village communal house with dark brown tile roof over time is a famous communal house of Kinh Bac, a typical feature of Vietnamese carving art. Communal houses and village pagodas are both classified as national historical and cultural relics.
Over time, Tho Ha ancient village has remained hidden behind the noisy traffic of the streets and still retains many old houses that represent the ancient house architecture of the Northern Delta. In the village, there are many old ceramic walls imprinted with an ancient traditional pottery village and 22 ancient houses dating back nearly 300 years, attracting many young people and foreign tourists to visit and learn. Tho Ha ancient village is more than 30 km from the center of Hanoi, passing through Bac Ninh city, going to the wharf, you can still see the scene on the banyan tree wharf, under the familiar bustling boat for many years. Here, visitors can take pictures of the countryside, see firsthand the stages of making rice cakes, rice noodles and buy them as a warm gift.