Tra Que Vegetable Village
For travelers interested in Vietnamese cuisine, Tra QueVegetable Village is the ideal place to take part in a cookery class. Tours from Hoi An typically include a bicycle ride around the plantations of Tra Que, a cooking class that focuses on local delicacies such as Vietnamese summer rolls and fish fried in banana leaf, and a visit to Thanh Nam fishing village, where you can explore the mangroves in a spinning basket boat.
Things to Know Before You Go
Entry to Tra QueVegetable Village is free.
A stop at the vegetable village is a must for foodies and nature lovers.
Go hungry—the village is home to several organic restaurants.
How to Get There
Tra QueVegetable Village is located 1.8 miles (3 kilometers) from Hoi An and is accessible by bike, taxi, or on foot. If you want to skip the hassle of navigation, the easiest way to reach the village is as part of a guided tour.
When to Get There
You can access Tra QueVegetable Village between 7:30am and 5pm, with most tours heading to the village around noon for a cooking class or organic lunch. If you’re exploring on your own, try to visit in the morning or before sunset for the coolest temperatures.
The Agricultural Practices of Tra Que Vegetable Village
Unlike the majority of modern farmlands, Tra QueVegetable Village uses no toxins or pesticides in the cultivation of its crops. Farmers in the village plant seedlings by hand and harvest produce using ancient techniques that maintain the delicate freshness of everything grown.
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