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Tra Que is a charming little village on the edge of Hoi An, the village is named after the sweet scented vegetables that spice up the everyday meals of the Pho Hoi people. Experience a day of living and working with the local people in Tra Que...more
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Lovely and relaxing to arrive here after cycling in the rain on a fairly busy road from the fishing village. Good to learn about the gardens and all the local vegetables and herbs - and have ago at farming (for 10 minutes!). This was followed...More
This Organic Garden village, one of the delights of my trip to Vietnam. You actually have the opportunity to participate in planting, collecting, cooking, then eating the produce. Such fun, delicious, and a free foot massage thrown in to boot. Awesome experience
Country life at its finest.
Organic vegetable farm with seaweed used a manure instead of commercialised chemicals.
We had fun touring the gardens and was invited by some of the farmers to plant some vegies after digging the garden with a hoe.
Interesting for the...More
Excellent experience with farm to table! The level of detail is incredible.
I mean, seriously, incredible!
Not to mention the care that every person gave to each guest. If you want to be pampered and feel like royalty for the day while actually learning... this...More
The village is tough to locate in the primary village also we ultimately must ask a hometown for directions. The village is merely an unremarkable Vietnamese village with a huge allotment industry in the center. It's I suppose intriguing in case you do not have...More
We'd a good cycle journey from the hotel of ours in Hoi an and come to these pretty garden allotments. Indeed, it's simply a group of allotments though it actually resembles getting in a time warp. All is accomplished by hand possibly even the watering...More
Absolutely loved it!!! I arrived here included in a group trip just stopping for lunch, though it was probably the best spot to check out in Hoi An. The incredible vegetable fields, probably the friendliest staff imaginable, and the very best vegetarian meal in Vietnam!...More
The place is nearby HT village villa.. i cycle there n the landscape are so beautiful.. it hardly been seen in my country Singapore.. The best part is you can eat the veg from the plantation.. it r
Taste fantastice and they teach us how...More
We've rented several bikes, we present all in Hoi An, literally. This place caught the attention of ours at first sight. It is a conventional restaurant in the midst of a rather beautiful vegetable field. You are able to possess a cooking class and that...More
Hi Babyshark, sorry it took me so long to reply, out of touch. there is a website traquegarden with the usual ending.
I didn't book direct as I was on a tour - but I am sure this will help you out.
10 day itinerary. A bit confused about stuff.. (0 Replies)
This is the itinerary I have prepared after seeing a lot of suggestions here on TA. How feasible does this itinerary look like? I have skipped Ho Chi Minh and Hue to make it simpler. Am I giving too much time to Hanoi? Day 1 Reach Ho Chi Minh City at 10:30. Visa etc. Fly straight to Da Nang •Lady Buddha (5*) •Non Nuoc Beach (5*) •Marble Mountains(4*) •Dragon Bridge (4*) Day 3 Day trip to Hoi An: south from Da Nang 30 Km. 50 mins •Hoi An Ancient Town (5*) •Thuan Tinh Island(5*)...More
January 17, 2017|
Day in the countryside around Hoi An (6 Replies)
Hello Destination Experts (and others)! Which of these 2 excursions entails little or no commercialism, and more cultural get-in-touch with the people? I see Tra Que is rated highly in Things to Do on TA - does this mean tourist trap? 1. Spend a day leisurely cycling though the scenic countryside of Vietnam, far from the traffic the motor scooters, and the noises the city. You will cross the islands on the Song Thu river delta using local transportation, including ferries and floating...More
August 16, 2013|
You should contact Heaven and Earth for Hoi An 's country side Biking tours. Tra Que Village is not a tourist trap. Nice place to see. Cheers Nhung
Kim Bong or Tra Que tour? (1 Replies)
We plan to take a bicycle tour with the college students, have a choice between going to Kim Bong carpentry village or Tra Que vegetable village. I'm a bit more interested in farming than carpentry, so am leaning toward the latter, but am mostly interested in a scenic ride that gives a flavor of the area. Anybody with insights? Thanks.
January 19, 2013|
Hi Oaktown99, If you are interested in farming then go ahead with Tra Que Herb Village. Since there're plenty of ways leading to Tra Que then you can ask your guide/companion bring you on the scenic and stunning one. Rice paddy fields, buffaloes, storks, etc. I am pretty sure that you are having a wonderful ride then. Check out Path Biker's, Heaven & Earth's websites for a view of the trails your riding. Cheers, SL.