I jumped off bus 199 on one of my weekly outings in Singapore. After a long walk I ended up in a very unique business called Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle.
Thow Kwang means pottery prosperity. The business opened in 1940 and is one of only two remaining big pottery endeavors left in Singapore. It's main attraction is it's 130 ft long, 16 ft wide, wood fired, dragon kiln. When fired up it looks like a dragon belching out fire and heat!
Surrounding the jungle setting are several koi ponds. The most intriguing area is the very artistically thrown together junk pile. The discarded, moss covered pots seem to be alive and growing out of the terrain.