Traditional Handicraft village and countryside

Triem Tay Eco-Tourism Village (Dien Phuong commune, Dien Ban town)

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The Triem Tay village is 03km from Hoi An, 50km from Tam Ky city and 30km from Da Nang city. Surrounded by the Thu Bon river, Triem Tay village still retains its peaceful landscape, shaded village roads and traditional three-apartment houses with spacious gardens. Besides, Triem Tay Village has a new eco-tourism site with many services such as meeting hall, accommodation, restaurant, countryside market, swimming pool…Tourists to Triem Tay will have the chance to experience the age-old traditional mat-weaving village.

Cam Thanh Village (Cam Thanh village, Hoi An)

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Approximately 03 km to the East of Hoi An Ancient Town, Cam Thanh is a village out of time, with many historical-cultural relics. It is also famous for its Bay Mau water coconut forest, giving Cam Thanh its own bio-diverse coastal ecosystem and beautiful landscape. Coming to Cam Thanh village, visitors not only enjoy the beauty of this coastal ecosystem where the Thu Bon river meets the sea, but also the fresh air of the natural scenery.

Tra Nhieu Eco-Tourism Village (Duy Vinh commune, Duy Xuyen district)

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Tra Nhieu Eco-Tourism Village is about 04 km from Hoi An city, 50 km from Tam Ky city and 30 km from Da Nang city. Rich in seafood, jute fields and mangroves of Nipa Palm, Tra Nhieu village is delightful opportunity for visitors to enjoy the fresh air and peaceful scenery and visit the charming traditional handicraft village or dine on the delicious Quang Nam seafood.

Dai Binh Fruit Village (Que Trung commune, Que Son district)

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Dai Binh fruit village is 40 km from Hoi An city, 60 km from Tam Ky city and 70 km from Da Nang city. Dai Binh village, also known Dai Buong, is a wonderful example of the traditional Vietnamese village. With ancient gate, paddy fields, bamboo groves, and fruit orchards, Dai Binh is a living museum of rural life in Vietnam. Sitting on the banks of Thu Bon river, it is considered as a miniature southern-style orchard here in the central region of the country with many kinds of fruits.

My Son Community - Based Tourism Village (Duy Phu commune, Duy Xuyen district)

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The village is about 40 km from Hoi An city, 65 km from Tam Ky city and 60 km from Da Nang city.
My Son community-based tourism village provides tourists with various tourism services, including homestay, cooking lessons and learning local farming techniques. In addition, tourists can also visit historic sites and beautiful landscapes around My Son sanctuary such as An Hoa pagoda, Thach Ban Lake, Duc Duc relic and the Tomb of Lady Thu Bon.


Thanh Ha Pottery Village (Thanh Ha ward, Hoi An city)

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About 03 km from Hoi An center, 52 km from Tam Ky city and 30 km from Da Nang city, Thanh Ha Pottery Village has existed for 500 years. In the 16th and 17th century, Thanh Ha was a thriving village, famous for earthenware that was sold throughout Central Vietnam. The multi-form and colored products are mainly pieces used in daily life such as bowls, jars, vases, pots, animal shapes etc. The Thanh Ha Pottery is a mixture of earth, fire, water (from Thu Bon river) and craftsmens' drops of sweat.

Kim Bong Carpentry Village (Cam Kim commune, Hoi An)

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Kim Bong Carpentry Village is about 02 km from Hoi An center, 50 km from Tam Ky city and 30km from Da Nang city. Kim Bong Carpentry is formed from 15th century by first Vietnamese people of the Northern delta and Thanh – Nghe – Tinh provinces for their settlement in Cam Kim, Hoi An. In the late 16th and the early 17th centuries, Kim Bong carpentry developed vigorously due to the prosperity of Hoi An port. In the 18th century, the carpentry became a handicraft village of three groups: ancient architectural construction, civil wooden furniture and shipbuilding.

Tra Que Vegetable Village (Cam Ha commune, Hoi An)

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Tra Que vegetable Village is about 03 km from Hoi An center, 55 km from Tam Ky city and 25 km from Da Nang city. Tra Que vegetable is an essential part of Hoi An cuisine. The village has 220 households engaged in agriculture, among those there are 130 households specialized grow vegetables crop rotation on an area of 40 hectares. From past to present, Tra Que has been known for over 20 types of vegetables and herbs, especially, there are many kinds which nowhere is delicious, such as: perilla, basil,etc. When mixing vegetables together, this will meet 5 tastes:spicy, sour, sweet, bitter, acrid. On the 7th day of the first lunar month every year, Cau Bong festival is held in honor of pray for abundant crops, happiness and prosperity.

Phuoc Kieu Bronze Casting Village (Dien Phuong commune, Dien Ban town)

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Phuoc Kieu Bronze Casting Village is in Dien Ban town, about 10 km from Hoi An, 45 km from Tam Ky city and 30 km from Da Nang city. Phuoc Kieu is a traditional occupation village and famous for its bronzes during the last centuries. The products are normally used in festivals, ceremonies and daily life such as bells, gongs, incense burners, lamp holders, ancient vases, and other bronze musical instruments.

 

Ban Thach Mat Village (Duy Vinh commune, Duy Xuyen district)

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Ban Thach Mat Village is about 06 km from Hoi An city, 55 km from Tam Ky city and 40 km from Danang city. Thanks to the location in the water area in Tra Nhieu and poetic natural landscapes, Ban Thach is becoming an attractive destination for tourists who like discovering the traditional occupation villages in Quang Nam. Tourists to here will see the green groves of jute along the bank of Thu Bon River. This is the raw material to make the mat product of Ban Thach village. The exquisite and clever hands of Ban Thach women make the mats with vivid colors.

Zara Brocade Weaving Village (Tabhing commune, Nam Giang district)

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Zara Brocade Weaving Village is about 80 km from Hoi An city, 120 km from Tam Ky city and 80 km from Danang city. The stage of weaving is made entirely by hand-made method, from growing material (cotton, jute, flax, etc) to finishing the products. Here at the Zara Brocade Weaving Village, visitors can learn from the master weavers of the Cotu people group how to weave using simple looms.