Tour the countryside of Hue and fully immerse yourself in the rustic yet wonderful traditional lifestyle and breath-taking scenery!
Kickstart your morning with the breath-taking view of Tam Giang lagoon. Tam Giang is well-known for its picturesque scenery during dawn and sunset when the sky and water are dyed in a reddish glow, and the fishermen boat separating the sky from the water in the far horizon. The scenery looks like it came out of the book and people usually take pictures of the stunning moment as a remembrance. After marveling at the scenic landscape, have a tea break at My Thanh wharf to get yourself ready for the cycling trip that awaits. Cycle to a nearby exhibition to learn about the fishing tools that the fishermen use in the are. The equipment is a part of the local’s life everyday life and discovers some interesting stories behind the tools.
Then go back to Tam Giang lagoon and get on a boat to visit the local fish farms. Tam Giang owns a variety of aquatic animals. Therefore, every year, the lagoon supplies a few thousand tons of seafood to markets and other buyers. Fish farms are also a part of the place as lots of locals here live by fish farming. Take the chance to observe how they grow and raise fish and shrimps. You also have the chance to try to catch some fish using the fishermen very own net, of course under his help and instructions. Test your “fish catching skills” and become a real fisherman, even when it is only for a brief moment!
Get back on land and continue cycling to Thuy Lap village. Tour the vegetable village as long as make a stop at the extending rice paddy fields on your way. Thuy Lap is considered as the founding father of rattan knitting in Quang Dien district. It is traditionally known for its rattan knitting basket and other appliances. Today, Thuy Lap villagers are making a variety of different products from rattan such as lanterns, chairs, and wardrobes. Come and see the ingenious pair of hands of the locals there as well as the procedure of making one rattan product.
Next, make a stop at Ngu My Thanh community village and have lunch. Have a short rest before continuing on the trip.
Continue your trip to Bao La village. It is another village well known for its rattan knitting products. Each neighbourhood of the village knits one or two main rattan knitting goods, and there are at least 7 different neighbourhoods that follow this traditional occupation. The last stop is Thu Le temple. The temple lies in another ancient village of Hue’s countryside. Thu Le village preserves many old architectural properties, Ngu Hanh temple and Van Thanh temple are one of them. Go back in time as you will visit the locations used to worship historical people during the Nguyen Dynasty.
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