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Stay at a Tonkinese village resort

Tam Coc Garden Resort resembles a Tonkinese village and is located in the middle of Tam Coc’s fertile rice fields….

By Phuong DO
Inbound Manager, Asian Trails Ho Chi Minh City

Tam Coc Garden Resort

Tam Coc Garden Resort resembles a Tonkinese village and is located in the middle of Tam Coc’s fertile rice fields. It has a very green and calm feel, set away from the main town to showcase Ninh Binh’s idyllic scenery. The architecture is traditional of northern Vietnam, with low, tin roofs and lots of stone and wood. Guests can relax in the gardens, decorated with banana trees, bamboo and a refreshing pool.

The location is very convenient, just 10 miles from Bai Dinh Pagoda and Tam Coc River, where you can take a boat trip to see the area’s caves and floating rice fields. Guests can cycle around the countryside and its small villages, so you’re fully immersed in Vietnamese life. The scenery is particularly dramatic in the rice harvest season.

Tam Coc Garden Resort also has a focus on eco-tourism and supports community projects as well as leading village tours. The architecture blends into the natural landscape and they’ve introduced refillable glass water bottles, as well as free bicycles, to add to the eco-friendly features. Guests can eat at the onsite restaurant, which serves locally-sourced food.

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Alfred & Phuong DO

Phuong has worked for Asian Trails for over 10 years and has spent most of that time exploring Vietnam to develop the best off-the-beaten-track experiences. He is keen to promote eco-friendly accommodation and authentic local tours, especially those that create a positive economic and social impact for local communities.
Phuong Do