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Hoi An vegetable festival attracts foreign visitors

Cau Bong Festival in Hoi An City’s Tra Que vegetable village has become an attractive event for visitors, including many foreigners.  

Aromatherapy offers stress relief

Essential oils have been widely used as air fresheners and in cosmetic production, but now they are also being promoted for a combined aromatherapy-yoga-meditation-herbal therapy in Hoi An.

Maize farms on river islet draw tourists

 Emerging centuries ago as a sand islet in the middle of the Thu Bon River, Cam Nam Commune has been known by several names: Con Hen, meaning mussel islet, and Con Bap, maize islet.

Tra Que Village – A must-see in Hoi An

 VietNamNet Bridge – Located about 3 kilometers from the center of Hoi An in central Vietnam, Tra Que Village is well-known as the freshest and cleanest herb and vegetable supplier in Hoi An.

Touching love of 92-year-old couple: In pictures

 VietNamNet Bridge – After many years in the army, Mr. Le Van So was determined to make up for his absence by sharing the farm work with his wife who is seven years younger. They live in Tra Que village in the historic town of Hoi An.

Nature's bounty brings prosperity to Hoi An

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tra Que Village in Hoi An City is becoming a destination for its farm tours through vegetable gardens. The village is now known as a producer of essential natural oils derived from herbs for the cosmetic industry.

Photos: Foreign travelers ride buffalo, plough in Hoi An

 VietNamNet Bridge - International travelers explore the countryside by bike or do farm work such as ploughing and riding a buffalo.

The wheel of fortune keeps turning in ancient Hoi An

 VietNamNet Bridge – Tra Que Village, 2km from Hoi An Town, was a wonderful stopover for Bill Zou and Alexandra Pabon from New York.

Art & Entertainment News 5/2

 DJ ranked 42nd in world to hit Chill Sky Bar; Bronze statue of President Ho cast; Tra Que village opens vegetable fair; VN-American artist's work shown; Phu My Hung to welcome Tet with flower fest