Happiness is something you create yourself

The goodness about pottery making

Explore the beauty of clay & Discover yourself 

Workshop venue @ Singapore's oldest surviving dragon Kiln
Address: Thow Kwang Dragon Kiln @ 85 Lorong Tawas Singapore 639823

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Please take note that:

There are 2 dragon kilns in Singapore, Tan family only manages ​the family kiln -

Thow Kwang Dragon Kiln (85 Lorong tawas)


  • We are NOT related to Jalan Bahar Clay studio/ Guan Huat Dragon Kiln

  • We don't have any other branches or affiliated companies (3 ARTS/ Pottery Center/ Da VinCi ) conducting our workshops on our behalf.  

Please feel free to clarify with us if you are in doubt :)

How to book & Terms&conditions of our workshops

For our workshop programmes: 
To protect our love ones and keep our pottery jungle safe, we’ve stopped all our workshops programmes till further notice. (Expected till heightened alert is lifted)

✨✨New schedule will be announced on our Instagram so do follow us @tkpotteryjungle

👉🏻If you wish to visit the dragon kiln and our physical shop:
⏰ We are open Everyday 9am - 5pm. (No appointment required)

Meanwhile, do stay safe & healthy!
Have a great day💕

I love Pottery Workshop (One time off)

Public workshop for all ages
(No minimum number of participants required)
Do register early to avoid disappointment :)

Hand building only

Experience cylinder making on manual turning wheel. Basic hand building techniques will be taught.

A range of 11 colours stains will provided for you to glaze your art work on the day itself!

Hand building & Potter's wheel

Besides cylinder making, you get to have a go on the potter's wheel! Throwing on the turning wheel is another technique of pottery making.

Trial Potter's Wheel Workshop (One time off) 

Public workshop for adult (13yo & above)
(No minimum number of participants required)
Private workshop requires a minimum of 5 pax (Please email to arrange)

oh my love~ (on repeat)

 If you've watched the movie 'Ghost' , you may able to relate to the scene.

Throwing on the electric turning wheel looks challenging but fun!

From a lump of clay, it takes a few steps (centering, opening, lifting & shaping) to get to the final form.

Our experienced instructors will guide you through, no worries!