Attractions

Quang Nam Museum

Located on Phan Boi Chau St., Tam Ky city, the musem has a total area of 21,976 m2 including an outdoor exhibition space (1,305 m2), the Memorial Garden for Quang Nam Historical Figures (1,004m2) and the Exhibition of Quang Nam ethnic culture (2,164 m2). The interior of the museum has 2.700m2 for displaying 3 main View more

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Tra Kieu Citadel

Formerly called Simhapura (Lion Citadel), Tra Kieu was the first capital of Champa from the late 2th century to the 8th century. Tra Kieu earlier was surrounded by a fairly grandiose system of citadel and rampart, defence works and temples. Today nothing remains of the ancient city except the foundation of ramparts. Prominently standing out View more

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Bo Bo Hill

  Bo Bo Hill, which is actually 4 hills that connect, is known for its forest of coastal pines, quiet waters, and fresh cool air. The top provides a picturesque view, with villages and countryside to the South. This set of hills was also an important strategic location during the American war, and especially during View more

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Tra Nhieu eco-tourism village

Located on Thu Bon riverside, Tra Nhieu has poetic scenery with mangroves of Nipa Palm. This is an ideal destination for tourists who love discovering Vietnamese rural village. Tourists to here will have chance to visit the traditional handicraft village, and enjoy the delicious local food.  

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Tra Que vegetable Village

This village is famous for many kinds of vegetables in a long time: salad, lettuce, flagrant knotweed, basil and coriander vegetables, etc. They are usually used in the Quang Nam special foods: Cao Lau, Quang noodle, the local ‘Tam huu’ spring roll, dry pancake roll with pork, crispy fried pancake “banh xeo”, rare veal. With View more

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Kim Bong Carpentry Village

Kim Bong is becoming an attractive destination for tourists who love discovering the traditional occupation villages in Hoi An. Today, Hoi An Ancient Town is a mirror reflecting the thickness and depth of Kim Bong carpentry, expressed through harmonious architectural beauty in art interior, and virtuosity wood carvings. Together with the development of tourism, the View more

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Traditional Handicraft village and countryside

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

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My Son Community-Based Tourism Village

Coming to My Son Sanctuary, visitors not only have the chance to visit ancient tower complex, but also experience local life in the Community Based Tourism Village. There are 32 households taking part in providing tourist services such as homestay, cooking classses, hiking up the Holy Mount Hon Den, and learning local farming techniques. In View more

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Brocade Weaving Village of Cotu Ethnic Group

With the skillful hand of Cotu women, they had changed the homemade materials into the products such as blankets, loincloths, skirts, etc with multiform color and unique vignettes. The stage of weaving is made entirely by hand-made method, from growing material (cotton, jute, flax, etc) to finishing the products. As for brocade weaving, the Cotu View more

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Phuoc Kieu Bronze Casting Village

Phuoc Kieu Bronze Casting Village is in Dien Ban town, about 10 km from Hoi An, 50 km from Tam Ky city and 30km 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 View more

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Thanh Ha Pottery Village

Thanh Ha pottery village is about 03 km from Hoi An center, 50 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 centuries, it was thriving village, famous for earthenware that was sold throughout Central Vietnam. The multi-form View more

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