Located 35 km from the center of Hue city to the north, Phuoc Tich ancient village is quietly located on the bank of O Lau river, which separates Thua Thien - Hue and Quang Tri province. With an age of more than 500 years, Phuoc Tich ancient village is the second ancient village ranked "national monument" after Duong Lam Ancient Village.
In Phuoc Tich village, there are also invaluable physical heritages, including 27 old houses and 10 ancient family churches. At the village gate, we can see a 700-800-year-old tree and the temple worshiping gods. Inside the old houses are exquisite wooden architectural systems with rafters, doors, diaphragm, couplets to chairs, couches, horse pot (counter), altars, and cabinets. All of them are well-crafted and sophisticated carving stations that are not inferior to the wooden structures in the Nguyen Dynasty palace.
Phuoc Tich Village
Phuoc Tich also has dozens of communal houses, pagodas, shrines, and temples contain the bold architectures of Hue people as well as the Central region.
Phuoc Tich village is famous throughout the country for pottery with its durability, smooth and delicate fertilizer. All antique ceramic products are hand-made and boiled in wood and teapots.
Another feature in Phuoc Tich is the garden house structure separated by rows of green, straight, and neat tea which could be looked over at other houses.
All are waiting for you in Phuoc Tich - Tam Giang full day tour.