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Mar 2, 2019
“Interesting look at village life and industry”
Sep 26, 2018
“Peaceful village - friendly local people”
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Reviewed March 2, 2019

With our tour group we had a chance to make rice paper and were entertained by one of the owners of rice paper production. He played several stringed Vietnamese instruments and along with his son, sang traditional songs. Fabulous! Also saw rice crackers being produced.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank David L
Reviewed September 26, 2018

Peaceful village - friendly local people. I love the way to get this village - on small boat. The morning local market is variety fresh vegetable, fish, .... Let try to make rice cake on your own!

Date of experience: October 2017
Thank Kimmyaut
Reviewed January 15, 2018 via mobile

With an OAT group, we did get a chance to make rice paper that are used for spring rolls. And you do need a guide to get through all of the various alleys. There are very many rice paper forms drying all over the village....More

Date of experience: January 2018
1  Thank wayne m
Reviewed March 3, 2017

This is a small village which has somehow made tourism a major business. Countless tour groups come here to see Mr. Viet's wife make rice paper and hear Mr. Viet play and sing. In spite of the fact that there are so many groups visiting...More

Date of experience: February 2017
1  Thank HansJuergen
Reviewed July 20, 2016

We reached the village at around 11 O'clock and were disappointed to find out that the rice paper making activity is done early morning. So we couldn't see the process of making rice paper! We only managed to see the drying stage of the process....More

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank DxbKhurram
Reviewed March 27, 2016 via mobile

This little village is known for making rice paper. They have two ways of making ,buy machine and by hand. This paper in turn is used for spring rolls . Never have seen a town collectively work so hard at thier living. The people in...More

Date of experience: March 2016
Thank Perry H
Reviewed December 25, 2015

We had a great day with the Tho Ha village and Do Temple. Our guide was great at showing us all around the village with temple, pagodas, school and also the local house where we could meet actual local person, enjoyed the local alcohol and...More

Date of experience: December 2015
2  Thank MALAYSIA01
Reviewed December 16, 2015

We had an amazing day trip to Tho Ha village and a 0$ food tour in Hanoi as the promotion. This village is well-protected from the noisy town and only reachable by a ferry. The village is small and our guide showed us all corner...More

Date of experience: November 2015
1  Thank Fergi R
Reviewed December 7, 2015

If visiting this village you should take time to explore it's narrow lanes, where most houses thrive on making rice paper rolls. Trek further in and come to padi fields with hundreds of ducks and even one or two free horses.

Date of experience: December 2015
Thank Martha J
Reviewed October 30, 2015 via mobile

Tho An Village is truly a Vietnamese reality show. Just getting here is a challenge, however, enjoyable. Crossing the river on an old, one vehicle ferry is the beginning of the experience. This is a 550 year old village of about 2000 inhabitants. The alley...More

Date of experience: October 2015
Thank Mikeshy
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