The astonishing sculptures can be seen in the Tuong Binh Hiep ward of Thu Dau Mot City. Each statue spans a length of approximately 30 meters. They are positioned on either side of Ba Sang Bridge, which connects to the ward. Ba Sang is renowned for its production of traditional lacquer artworks.

These extraordinary dragon sculptures, constructed from 38 clay pots and 20,000 jugs, were skillfully crafted by local artisans from the esteemed 180-year-old Dai Hung pottery kiln. The statues were created to commemorate the recent 2024 Lunar New Year celebrations.

This remarkable artwork has captivated the public’s attention, encouraging exploration of pottery, one of the province’s most renowned traditional crafts.