Old-school farmers at Tra Que vegetable village in the Cam Ha Commune use traditional techniques to produce some of the region’s most unique crops. Guided farmland tours provide visitors with detailed explanations of growing seasons as well as opportunities to sample freshly-picked
If Hoi An is where old Vietnam meets the innovation, then Tan Ky House is the city’s nod to its most idyllic past. This well-preserved 18th century private home allows contemporary travelers a look into the life of Vietnamese merchants more than 200 years ago.
The most popular option is the half-day class: you’ll start off with a trip to Hoi An’s lively Central Market with your chef and teacher, who will give tips on how to pick the best herbs and ingredients. Then it’s time for a 4km boat ride along the Thu Bon river to the open-air...
Quan Cong temple is open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. and located in Tran Phu Town Center. Don’t miss the life-size statue of the general’s famous white horse. Quan Cong - The Chinese general, was known for his loyalty, sense of justice, integrity and compassion.
Phung Hung Ancient house is the historic landmark has housed more than eight generations of Vietnamese families over the past 200 years. Built in 1780, rare-wood columns give this striking home its firm foundation and each story offers evidence of specific Asian influences-- Japanese, Chinese...
Take a boat trip from Hoi An town to Thanh Ha Pottery village, we can see Nam Dieu temple, it is dedicated to the Founding Father of the craft of making pottery and tiles.
My Son Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a great sample of the ancient Champa civilization located in the southern part of Vietnam. It was an independent state from around the 2nd to the 17th century, at which time it was occupied by Vietnam.
Built in 1858, the building housing the Museum of Trade Ceramics is an elegant example of traditional Vietnamese workmanship which has been kept in first-class condition. There are many antique pieces exhibited including some from a ship wrecked in nearby waters in 1733 and pottery from the...
Take a boat trip to visit Kim Bong Carpentry village, making boat’s workshop, interior products…, Cam Kim local market. Visit Duy Vinh sleeping mat village, rice paper factory, tropical fruit garden and rice field.
More than 200 artifacts dating back some 2,000 years are on display at this center for culture in historic Hoi An. In addition to tools and weapons, visitors can examine giant clay jars that once held the cremated remains of Sa Huynh people and wander hallways of traditional jewelry and...