Aw Pottery Studio was founded by the late Mr. Aw Eng-Kwang in mid-1940. The studio had a humble beginning making latex cups for the rubber industry, and later developed into a famous art center.

In Aw Pottery, visitors can not only check out many types of beautiful ceramic handcraft and pots. Visitors could also sign up for their ceramic workshop to make your own masterpieces in the studio itself.

   

One of the best place to take photos were their beautiful toilet. Yes, you heard it right. Its their toilet. Their toilet wall were fully decorated with many types of colorful pots which will definitely makes you spend more time in it.

Aw Pottery lamp stands and shades were widely used by major international hotels in Singapore and Malaysia.

The Aw family’s pottery studio flourished into a popular tourist attraction in Machap, Malaysia, and it became a must-visit for locals and overseas visitors, including Johor’s Sultanah and Crown Price and Jack Lord, star of the original “Hawaii Five-O” and a renowned artist in his own right.

Aw Pottery is a large pottery studio with a showroom where you can pick up all kinds of vases, pots, and more. Inside, a huge brick kiln is one of the main features. You can see artisans at work, creating these beautiful pieces in the studio.

Whether you’re looking for a souvenir to brighten up your home or a special gift, Aw Pottery is worth the trip.

Aw Pottery Studio

Address : 13 Kampung Macap Johor
Tel : 07-754 1476
Opening Hours : 8.30am to 5pm, Friday to Tuesday only.

Advance arrangements advised for group tours and ceramic workshop activities.

 

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