Tho Ha ancient village stretches on the poetic Cau River where there is a charming landscape, bold ancient with banyan trees, water wharf, communal yard and old houses close together in deep alleys. Tho Ha ancient village was once a famous pottery village in the North. Ancient village gate, mossy, big banyan tree shading, currently, the village still retains a few dozen old roofs with hundreds of years old located deep in the ancient alleys. Tho Ha communal house presents a cultural and spiritual space of the Vietnamese people, with some typical architectural styles dating back to the 16th century.
Unlike other northern villages, Tho Ha does not rely on rice farming for a living, but works in pottery and floating markets on the river. Tho Ha used to be a famous place for Pottery, but in the early 1980s, Tho Ha villagers switched to making dry rice paper cake and pottery gradually disappeared.
The tradition and antiquity of Tho Ha ancient village has attracted many domestic and foreign tourists who want to learn about architecture and art. If you wish to once “relive your childhood” in the houses with red tile roofs, walls made of broken ceramic vases or small terracotta coffins… then the journey to Tho Ha ancient village you must definitely go there!