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Tourists pose for a photo in front of Co Tu ethnic people's stilt house - PHOTOS: COURTESY OF TUAN THI TRAVEL

Tay Giang, at more than 1,500 meters above sea level, boasts vast primary forests. Aside from its untapped natural scenery, the location has many more pleasant things to offer: catching fishes from streams, swimming in streams and making a campfire, to name but a few.

Local features

Tay Giang is home to Co Tu ethnic people. A trip to location enables travelers to know more about Co Tu ethnic culture and local people’s rustic life on a visit to their village with stilt houses and stories about their formation.

At night, local residents and travelers gather around campfire to enjoy gong performances and Tung Tung Ya Ya traditional dance while drinking warm Can wine.

Moreover, tourists should not miss local specialties such as com lam (rice steamed in bamboo tube), special grilled sticky rice cake wrapped in leaves in shape of horn, honey cake, and many more. 

On top of Que Mountain

 
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A view of Tay Giang District

Another highlight of the trip is Que Mountain which is one of the most beautiful mountain in Quang Nam Province.

The top of it is always covered by white clouds. Those reaching the mountain peak in early morning could enjoy the charming view of the sunrise and morning mist.

Most of tourists may gain unforgettable experiences when living in harmony with nature and indigenous people during the trip. SGT

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Colourful bamboo basket boats in Quang Nam’s mural village attracts visitors

Colourful bamboo basket boats in Quang Nam’s mural village attracts visitors

Tam Thanh Village in Tam Ky Town in the central province of Quang Nam has lured more visitors thanks to a bamboo basket boat project.

Phu Yen, Quang Nam temporarily shut down tourist destinations from July 29

Phu Yen, Quang Nam temporarily shut down tourist destinations from July 29

The People’s Committees of Phu Yen and Quang Nam have decided to temporarily shut down tourist attractions from July 29 in a bid to protect health for local residents and visitors amid complex developments of COVID-19.