Clog Factory

It was indeed an experience to visit a clog factory in Amsterdam.

Tourists love to take picture of this large yellow clog in front of the factory.



clogs welcoming tourists


Here's what you could see inside the factory..






The owner of the factory demonstrated on the making of clogs.





Comments

  1. it's almost a ritual, isn't it - a trip to amsterdam is never complete without a visit to a clog factory or a picture taken with a windmill?

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  2. "Kar Khiak!" Clogs in hokkien.. :)

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  3. Hi Wenn, very nice. Bet they make lots of noise when walking.
    Lee.

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  4. Are the big clogs mostly yellow? I took a photo of a friend when we were there, and I just remembered that it was also yellow. Maybe it's the same clog!

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  5. one of those must-buy things in Netherlands!! haha.. :)

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  6. I've two small ones...can't remember who gave to me a long long time ago. Still on display in my glass cabinet.

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  7. What a lovely post...and nice photos...reminds me of the old Char Kiat of the Nyonyas...I used to wear them (not the wooden clogs) although a pair of wooden Scholls lasted me for ages...Great memories.

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  8. love those clogs. thanks for sharing your memories.

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  9. Wow, that is one big clog....

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  10. I love the colourful clogs and came back with a yellow one when i was last there. a small one though it would be quite nice to have a huge one displayed at home! haha

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  11. Didnt buy the clogs home too hard to wear and not comfortable. Bought only clog key chains.

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  12. So unique and beautiful, I'm tempted to get a pair for my girl now!

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  13. Lovely clogs! Love the 1st pic with children inside the huge clog!

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