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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
All reviews cooking class water wheel cooking demo vegetable plots foot massage watering cans banh xeo conical hats vietnamese pancake pancakes organised tour bike ride foot soak rice fields local guide great visit local farmers
Our guide James from Vespa adventures was awesome. We requested a cut down tour from 5 hours to 3 as it was just so hot and so we cycled along flat tracks from our hotel and visited the village where we had some delicious lemongrass...More
First we had a Eco Fishing experience where caught 3 fish to cook later. The guide was so good and ended up taking us for a tour of the Village garden. No weeds and very well cared for. We then came back before lunch and...More
We opted to complete farming tour that was comprised of a tour of the vegetable garden, the chance to try hand at growing a crop along with a beautiful lunch to watch. We thoroughly enjoyed the encounter, though the trip of the veggie garden went...More
A restaurant, organic garden and cooking school experience rolled into a single! Did I point out the massage! We were on a trip to the garden that is organic and among the couple of evidences in the whole region. After looking at your garden, we...More
Amazing to discover the functioning vegetable farm, freshness of all the regional herbs used in Vietnamese food is incredible, a true wake up for the senses of yours! We simply took ourselves there by bicycle 3kms out of town no tour needed! Let a hometown...More
A great concept - if you do it right. This small restaurant is situated in the middle of fields of vegetables and greens. The approach road is narrow but it’s an easy to find place as all the taxi drivers know it! The food is...More
We stumbled across this village by pure chance while out for a cycle and decided to book a cooking class. We were lucky to have a private class with the adorable Hannah. It was one of the funnest days we had in Hoi An and...More
Most fascinating to see an instance of food generation in Vietnam. It was fun to grow several new plants, but would to work that is hard in case you'd to get it done all day.
Cooking involved making Vietnamese pancakes, that caused good hilarity. Apart...More