Just a few miles from Nha Trang, you will find yourself in the picturesque countryside, dotted with palm trees and fruit orchards. En route, you will pass many local people going about their daily lives, neat rice paddies and perhaps the occasional grazing water buffalo.
The villages here are post-war, although some ‘ancient’ buildings still remain. Today, life goes on much as it did before the war and you will see farmers utilising the same methods practiced by their ancestors.
Pay a visit to the local kindergarten to see how the children are educated (you may wish to take along some small gifts, such as pens and pencils). Afterwards, you will see a typical Vietnamese country house, handed down from generation to generation. Visit the Vinh Thai Village and a communal house where the locals worship their village gods and first ancestors.
Enjoy some light refreshments including a coconut drink and seasonal fruits before making a final stop at an embroidery art workshop to view the fascinating process.
This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. Some roads may be unpaved, dusty or muddy depending on rainfall. This tour involves approximately two hours of walking, some of which is over rough ground.