Sau Hoai's Rice Noodle Factory

Sau Hoai's Rice Noodle Factory

Sau Hoai's Rice Noodle Factory
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omega132857
Chichester, UK1,923 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020
This was a fun. We left our boat the Brassac, and climbed aboard our little tendor to the noodle making. I eat a lot of noodles, so really wanted to see how it is done. After a short walk, we came across the noodle makers. It was fun and every stage was explained to us and of coarse we all had a very good go at it too.Fascinating.
Written September 2, 2020
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DesNewman
Johannesburg, South Africa309 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Couples
This was a great stop on our Mekong delta tour. The rice noodles are made in a very traditional way and it actually surprised us how they were made (not going to give spoilers). You can also get a chance to try make some yourself. There's a good selection of snacks and souvenirs to buy afterwards - our favourite was the fried noodle 'pizza'.
Written April 26, 2019
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shezz150
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia83 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Couples
My girlfriend and I saw the making of rice noodles inadvertently through our 3 hour floating market tour booked through Hotel Xoai where we stayed in Can Tho. We paid a little extra for an English speaking guide who was great and offered a visit to the place on the way to the market.

You would have to get up early to catch it, our tour starting at 0530. It was very interesting to see how they did it. Doesn't require a very long visit. There was a young girl making pancake/crepe things with some kind of green sauce that tasted really good as well.
Written February 13, 2015
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wesleyh631
5 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Friends
We visited this place as part of our tour package.

Apart from showing you the process of making rice noodles, there was an outdoor section you must walk past with a number of small animals in very small, unkept cages, included a possum which was being kept in a dirty cage with nothing but a tile to sit on. It was disgusting to see how this poor animal was being kept (as though tourists would like to see it??).

Get rid of the small cruel zoo and perhaps people will appreciate the rice paper tour.

Please, if you see the 'Zoo', tell your host/the Staff their that it's unacceptable.

NOT RECOMMENDED!
Written August 10, 2016
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Phi San H
Chau Doc, Vietnam125 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Friends
I been here one, i dont like this place even is locl place but the woman here so rude, she only want to try to sell her thing , and to explain the wrong thing to guests,. you can see many small boatt trip trip stop here cause you can buy some things from this shop. but i like the next one ,people only working with they job, quiet, not business place., much better,
Written April 9, 2016
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Prudix
Prague, Czech Republic169 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2014 • Friends
I didnt know how the noodles are made. I am very glad that I went to this factory. We made the boat trip tour from agendy Canthotourist where we have amazing Guide (young beautiful lady) that show us the hiden places of Mekong canals like this factory and had answers for our many questions (aks for Kim Guide).
50m from this factory is nice small bistro where you can have your morning coffee or breakfast. Recommendation to all.
Written October 13, 2014
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SrikanthSivaraj
Chennai (Madras), India2,690 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2018 • Couples
Having seen the rice paper making in Tea Que village, this seemed fairly similar, and in a more elaborate manner. Just a novelty and another item to tick off in the list.
Written March 8, 2018
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Vahinemoena
Moorea, French Polynesia180 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Solo
Most people just visit the rice noodle factory on a tour to the floating market. But Mr. Sau actually has a couple of rooms to rent. The rooms are cheap with a comfortable bed and include half board with a very copious evening meal. I had the best spring rolls of my life! I tried all kind of sweets made with local ingredients like coconut, palm sugar, sticky rice, mungo beans and so on.
My floating market tour started right in front of the work shop, no road drive needed. The boat lady was always smiling and gave me a lot of time to take pictures, a very pleasant trip indeed.
Unfortunately I was the only guest and I had nobody to talk to in the evening.Couldn't work either because my computer had crashed and I needed to go back to Saigon to have it fixed - otherwise I would have stayed longer.
I can really recommend Sau Hoai's homestay.
Written April 13, 2017
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Off their P
Manchester, UK4,282 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2017 • Couples
We took in the rice noodle factory as part of a boat trip and were quite impressed. The process by which they are made is fascinating and you follow it through logically from start to finish.

The young guide explain things in great detail, I was happy to answer any questions and spoke very good English. I'm not sure what people confined to complain about as it didn't cost anything at all and we weren't pushed into any dodgy sales techniques.

True, they keep birds in cages way too small but this is a common practice all over the country and not just at this small factory.
Written February 9, 2017
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vanessa c
Sydney, Australia214 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2016 • Friends
It was interesting to see how the noodles are made and to also have a go at making them yourself.
Like others have said, the caged animals are a sad part of the experience.
There was no pushing to buy products.
Written November 21, 2016
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