3 Days Jingdezhen Vibrant Porcelain Culture Tour


  • Jingdezhen Ancient Kiln Folk Customs Museum
  • Jingdezhen China Ceramics Museum
  • Xinping Porcelain Palace
  • Sanbao International Porcelain Art Village
  • Sanbao International Porcelain Art Village
  • Xinping Porcelain Palace
  • Jingdezhen China Ceramics Museum
  • Jingdezhen Ancient Kiln Folk Customs Museum
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In the Porcelain Capital of China, you’ll fully explore the history and culture about ceramics. Visit ancient kiln sites, appreciate porcelain from different times, learn how the pottery is made, talk about with the ceramic artists…you’re surely in a world of CHINA. You come, you learn and you experience.
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Jingdezhen Ancient Kiln and Customs Museum
Jingdezhen Museum of Porcelain
Sanbao International Porcelain Art Village
Hutian Ancient Kiln Site
Have a better understanding of porcelain history and culture;
See the demonstration of traditional process of porcelain-making;
Visit porcelain factory, workshop, museum.

Sampling Itinerary Day by Day

Day 1 Jingdezhen Arrival

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Welcome to Jingdezhen, the Porcelain Capital of China! Upon arrival, you will be greeted by our tour guide in the arrival halls of airport/railway stations in Jingdezhen. A comfortable vehicle (non-smoking) with an experienced driver will transfer you directly to your hotel. Your guide will help you check in. The rest of today is free for you to relax.

How to get to Jingdezhen? By Plane: Jingdezhen Luojia Airport (JDZ) has direct flights from major cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Xiamen, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Nanjing, etc. By Train: Jingdezhen Railway Station has train connections to many cities within China, including Beijing (7.5 hours), Shanghai (4 hours), Hangzhou (2 hours), Shenzhen (5.5 hours), Huangshan (1 hour), etc.

Beautiful Jingdezhen porcelains
Day 2 Jingdezhen (B, L)

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Today after breakfast, go to visit Jingdezhen Ancient Kiln Folk Customs Museum is the only national 5A-level tourist attraction in China with a ceramic culture theme. The park preserves and inherits the world's largest wood-fired kiln, which holds the Guinness World Record, as well as the national intangible cultural heritage of Jingdezhen's handmade porcelain craftsmanship and Jingdezhen's traditional porcelain kiln workshop construction skills. The biggest highlight of the park are the ancient kilns that represent the highest firing technology of each dynasty. You can also enjoy the rare performance of the porcelain band, all of whose instruments are made of Jingdezhen porcelain.

After ancient Kiln folk culture exploration, move to nearby China Ceramic Museum. It houses over 50,000 pieces of ceramic masterpieces from different historical periods starting from the Neolithic era to the Han and Tang dynasties. Additionally, it also collects numerous foreign and out-of-town ceramics, as well as items like metal, stone, and jade artifacts, calligraphy, and paintings. The museum also showcases modern and contemporary Jingdezhen ceramic masterpieces. On the top floor, there is a gallery spanning hundreds of meters, exhibiting the traditional 72-step process of ceramic making in Jingdezhen. Each copper sculpture vividly depicts the process, making it highly engaging for visitors.

In the afternoon, take an interesting visit to Sculpture Porcelain Factory which once was one of the ten largest porcelain factories in Jingdezhen. After the old porcelain factory was reformed and merged, the local area was vacated and gradually became a gathering place for young people. Compared with the traditional porcelain in the ancient kilns, the things here are not so much "porcelain" as they are "ceramic gadgets". Many local young artists and students will also come here to sell their works, which mostly have strong personal styles and are more in line with the preferences of the younger generation. Later, go to Taoxichuan which is a typical post-industrial cultural and creative park. It was transformed from an old porcelain factory and kiln site. It has similarities to the "798 Art Zone" in Beijing. Inside Taoxichuan, there are restaurants, shops, homestays, studios, museums... Especially at night, the colorful lights on the chimneys and factory buildings light up, making it very beautiful.

After the leisure time at Taoxichuan, return to your hotel in Jingdezhen City.

Ceramic masters making porcelainsTaoxichuan - great place to stroll aroundJingdezhen China Ceramics MuseumJingdezhen Ancient Kiln Folk Customs Museum
Day 3 Jingdezhen Departure (B)

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After breakfast, go to visit Sanbao International Porcelain Art Village. Established in 1998, the village has transformed into a vibrant hub for international ceramic artists, attracting creators from around the globe to exchange ideas, explore new techniques, and showcase their artistry. Immerse yourself in the beauty and creativity showcased in various art galleries and exhibitions, featuring works by renowned international artists.

You will then move to next attraction - Xinping Porcelain Palace which is a complex of circular buildings with a unique architectural style that combines elements of Hakka tulou and traditional Chinese architecture. The palace was built by a local villager, Yu Ermei, over a period of 10 years, decorated with tens of thousands of pieces of porcelain, making it a true "porcelain palace".

In the afternoon, you will be transferred to catch your flight/train to next destination. Your Jingdezhen tour ends.

Xinping Porcelain Palace
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