I would like to visit “Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle”.
Kindly advise the buses available and nearest mrt station.
Take MRT to Boon Lay Station. Hop on to bus 199 at the bus interchange. Alight the bus stop after the PIE flyover along Jalan Bahar, just before the turn to Nanyang Avenue (NTU). You can see a small road on the left side with huge pots at the corner before the bus stop. Check the bus route here: http://www.sbstransit.com.sg/transport/trpt_bus_timetable.aspx
Walk back to the little road with the pots. It will be a 10 minute walk into Thow Kwang.
See Google Map here
Got to know from my friend that there is pottery class and fire-fly watching over here at night. Can I have more info? Thanks.
Yes, Thow Kwang conducts pottery classes. I will forward your inquiry to Mrs Tan for details.
There are fireflies in the forested area nearby. But Thow Kwang closes at 5pm. We get to see the fireflies when we do the wood-firing overnight.
I would like to invite you to set up a day exhibition in my university campus. Who should I liaise with?
My friend and I would like to visit “Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle” on one of these Saturday. Do you allowed us to ‘walk-in’ without making appointment?
Hope to hear from you soon.
There’s no need for appointment. Monday-Sunday: 9:30am – 5:00pm.
Hi, I’d like to bring my 4 year old over on a weekday. Is there something he can experiment with or watch?
My mother is a potter and pottery teacher visiting Singapore from Canada this month. We would like to visit the pottery this weekend or sometime around the week of the 24th of October. Is it possible to see the dragon kiln when we come? Are there any special events taking place in October?
You can drop Monday-Sunday, 9am-5pm to visit and look at the dragon kiln. There are no impromptu classes or activities. You can enquire about classes for kids at the cashier counter. Enjoy your visit
I read on another thread of posts that a firing of the dragon kiln may take place in the first quarter of 2012.
Do you have a set date for this firing?
And can potters bring along pots for firing?
For the time being, the firing is not opened to the public. or other potters.
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