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Location: Cam Ha Commune, Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province, about 3km from the centre of Hoi An.
Characteristics: It has been famous for a long time with high-quality fresh vegetables grown on fertile soil and fertilized by seaweed from De Vong River to create its own unique flavor.
Tra Que villagers specialize in planting kinds of vegetables such as lettuce, water spinach, cabbage… and many kinds of herbs such as basil, coriander, fish lettuce… Thanks to the special flavor, Tra Que vegetables have contributed to the popularity of cuisine in Hoi An and Quang Nam. Quang noodles, a typical dish of Quang Nam must eat with Tra Que vegetable to increase the delicious combination of natural flavors.
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Tra Que Vegetable Village is located in Tra Que Village, Cam Ha Commune, Hoi An City, about 2km northeast of the city center, lying between the De Vong river and Tra Que algae lagoon. You can easily get here by walk, motorbike, car or taxi.
From the center of the old town, you go along Hai Ba Trung street, pass through the first bridge then you reach the village on the right.
Tra Que is the best place to take photo sunset in Hoian. In Tra Que, you are rewarded with the outstanding lighting for all kinds of shooting. From the early morning to late afternoon, each time of a day provides different forms of lighting giving you a big chance for creativity and imagination.
If you want to find some inspiration for the rural village of Vietnam for your artwork, Tra Que is a place to be.
With lush grassland, marvelous rice fields, and tranquil lakes for the backdrop, this place is won’t let you down. You can also find it very excited to see the genuine local images of farmers sitting on buffalos for a short break or deep their feet into the rice field for harvesting
3. A relaxing bike or a leisurely walk taking.
You can just simply ride your bicycle or walk around the pathways. There are plenty of opportunities to people watch and you will for sure be impressed by the immense producing grounds and the techniques they used. I know I was and I am from the agriculture-based country of New Zealand. Just remember to bring your camera!
4. An admire the beauty of sunset or sunrise.
5. Cooking class.
6. Foot massage with the ingredients from Tra Que herbs.
” During your visit to the beautiful city of Hoi An, I highly recommend you take a few hours to escape the center and explore a bit more of the countryside. Full of lush green fields, roaming water buffalos and locals hard at work making a living, it is a stark contrast to what you might be used to back at home.”
This makes for a truly unique experience and there is surprisingly quite a lot you can do there as well.