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Moon Garden homestay at Ky Son

Experience traditional rural Vietnam at the Moon Garden homestay, where you can try your hand at local crafts and farming skills.

An hour from Hanoi, in the small village of Ky Son, is the excellent Moon Garden Homestay. This is a fantastic retreat set in a lovely rural setting, offering a full programme of activities from rice-planting with local farmers to learning to cook traditional local dishes. For those visiting northern Vietnam this is a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of the capital, and whether you choose the one-, two- or three-night programme, you're sure to enjoy the serenity of the rural setting and the entertaining and informative activities on offer. 
 


When to go:

Moon Garden homestay at Ky Son

located in Hanoi

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