Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle

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Hidden at a corner of Pioneer, Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle looks like a ceramic jungle amidst a jungle foliage of high grass. Walk inside though, and you’ll see a bustle of activity, and bright coloured paint tubs atop the tables. Pottery making class going on right there and then!

– Gail & Jem

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The guided class features two items: a cup and a saucer/bowl that will be made from scratch.

Thowkwang Pottery with Project Weekends SingaporeG: You literally roll the flat pieces of clay together to form the shape of a cup, and then proceed to smoothen out the surface and paint. When the paint is still wet, make different shapes to decorate your cup.

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Pottery-making is something that is intricate and delicate, often overlooked in our usual daily lives because it is a slow process that requires a bit of patience and time to perfect. There is definitely a romantic quality in this art, and we recommend bringing your other half with you to attend the classes, because this simple exercise can show a lot about your partner.

Fee: $50 nett per pax
Dress code: (we recommend) dark tees and shorts, because the weather is warm and you might get splashed with clay accidentally.
* tip: short nails might be easier to clean in the aftermath of the fun, so try to go with neat short nails.

Address:
85 Lorong Tawas, Singapore 639823

Tel: 6268 6121

*reservations should be made beforehand. You can also reach them via their Facebook page.

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Worth going

Pretty cosy, decent and quiet place to learn some pottery-making. Only downside is that you really need to have a car to get in; otherwise, prepare for a nice walk.

  • Ambience
    7.5
  • Price
    6
  • Service
    7
  • Location
    5
  • User Ratings (1 Votes)
    3.4

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Gail & Jem are personalities hailing from sunny singapore and are game for all sorts of adventures. Freshly graduated from Nanyang Technological University, they’ve got real day jobs, but more than often Gail writes, and Jem takes photos. It’s their favourite hobby. Whatever you need, they’ve got it.

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