It takes 15km to the south of the city to the countryside nha trang then get to discover the artisans that still working. It's part of Vietnam's rural culture. Observe and explore how to make rice paper or weave a mat, from the Conical Hat (the symbol of Vietnamese ladies) to Noodles, (as renowned by the local term "Pho"). Connect local learners to know more about the cultural heritage of Vietnam and how visitors are welcoming. Let's explore the trip with our tour guide...
Nha Trang Countryside Tour Itinerary:
08:00: You will be picked up from Hotel by our expert tour guide and private vehicle.
Visit all highlights of Nha Trang Countryside:
Mat Weaving is a family tradition that is passed down through the generations. In addition to their bright colors and elegant patterns, these mats are popular with many different families.
Wooden Bridge, every plank of the wooden bridge resounded under the wheels of my motorcycle (thus the name "symphony bridge"). The bike would fall into the river if one or two of these sticks cracked.
Despite being hundreds of years old, antique dwellings are still "alive" as historical witnesses and natural gifts. For their owners, the passage of time is not measured in months or years, but rather by the number of generations.
Besides preserving the joys and tragedies of one person's life, these historic houses preserve great national cultural values, the gradual steps of time, and the ups and downs of history...presenting the ancient spirits of the Vietnamese country.
In Nha Trang, the conical hat village is one of the most well-known products. The conical hat in Vietnamese means: non la has become not only a part of daily life but also a cultural specialty connected with the image of young Nha Trang girls.
The rice paper-making process, rice flour, water, a tiny quantity of tapioca flour, and seasonings such as soft, pepper, and sugar are the most typical components used to manufacture Vietnamese rice paper wrappers.
A heated saucepan is then used to pour the mixture on a flat surface and spread it out into a thin, circular layer This technique is still carried out a hand, one by one, for each rice paper wrapper.
Noodles-making process: The ground rice is blended with tapioca starch to create a white paste-like batter for more versatility. Next, the paste is heated in a large skillet.
Sheets are taken off drying racks once they've been set. It is dried on the roof in the sun for a day. Afterward, the rice paper is fed into a cutting machine, where it's chopped into noodles.
Return to Hotel.
End of trip. See you again.
Nha Trang Countryside Tour Inclusive:
Hotel pick up and drop off in central Nha Trang City
English-speaking tour guide
All entrance fees
Nha Trang Countryside Tour Exclusive:
Tip for Guide and Driver
Nha Trang Countryside Tour Package Price:
Small-Group 2 - 3 People: 85 USD/ Person
Medium Group 4 - 6 People: 75 USD/ Person
Big Group 7 - 10 People: 65 USD/ Person
Children under the age of 5 are Free Of Charge
The price will be additional on Vietnam Public Holidays