Thanh Ha Terra-cotta Park

Thanh Ha Terra-cotta Park in Thanh Ha Ward, Hoi An, Quang Nam Province has become a charming destination for tourists to the ancient town of Hoi An - a world heritage site recognised by UNESCO. 

Visiting the pottery village of Thanh Ha, tourists will be surprised by the great changes of the 500-year- old village with an intriguing terra cotta park which was built on a total area of 6,000m2. Here, there are a series of miniature of famous architectural works of Vietnam and wonders of the world which are made of terra cotta, including the Nha Rong Wharf; the ancient town of Hoi An; Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam (the first National University and the Temple of Literature ); President Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum (Vietnam); the Colosseum (Italy), the Egyptian pyramids (Egypt), and the Statue of Liberty (the US) among others

Panoramic view of the miniature park..

Foreign tourists are interested in terra-cotta miniatures in the park.

The terra-cotta park attracts a large number of tourists.

The miniature of St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Hanoi (Vietnam).

The miniature of the Pavilion and houses of Doctorate Steles in Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam (Vietnam).

The miniature of the Opera Sydney House in Australia.

The miniatures of the complex of Big Ben, the London Bridge and Stonehenge in the UK.

The miniature of the Forbidden City (China).

Angkor Wat (Cambodia).

The Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy).

The Taj Mahal (India).).

The United States Capitol (the US).

The Statue of Liberty (the US).

With a suitable layout, the park seems to give tourists a feeling of being on a trip around the world

By Tran Thanh Giang