Vam Xang Orchard
Vam Xang Orchard
 Vam Xang Orchard
Vam Xang Orchard
 Vam Xang Orchard
Vam Xang Orchard
 Vam Xang Orchard
Vam Xang Orchard
 Vam Xang Orchard
Vam Xang Orchard
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Price: 40,000VND-40,000VND

Phone: 0292 3943 999

Time to visit a place: 120 minutes

Open Time: 6:00 AM - Close Time: 5:00 PM

Email: ngobinhtri@gmail.com

Address: Nhon Loc 1 Hamlet , Phong Dien Town, Phong Dien District, Can Tho City

Vam Xang Orchard  is located in the town of Phong Dien, 10 kilometers southwest of Can Tho’s downtown. This area is blessed with favorable climatic and soil conditions for agriculture. According to owner, is also the tour guide, Tran Van Lien, his fruit garden is named after the nearby canal Xang Xa No, built in 1903. Vam Xang has typical features of Southern rural areas: a wooden gate, a bucolic path, and a guest house. As it’s cool all year round, visitors will feel refreshed at any time by a visit to the garden, they can stroll around the gardens to enjoy the fresh air, ripe fruit picked from the trees, and local specialties. Mr. Lien said, “It’s the practice of polyculture that makes Vam Xang different from other orchards in Phong Dien, which engage in only single types of fruit cultivation. Farmers in other gardens harvest only star apples in the winter, for example. But in Vam Xang there are about 40 types of trees, producing fruit all year round”. Abundant varieties of fruit, such as jackfruit, durian, mangosteen, starfruit, rambutan, and oranges, make the Vam Xang garden constantly changing and kaleidoscopic picture throughout the seasons. The burmese grape season occurs between March ... View more

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Vam Xang Orchard  is located in the town of Phong Dien, 10 kilometers southwest of Can Tho’s downtown. This area is blessed with favorable climatic and soil conditions for agriculture.

According to owner, is also the tour guide, Tran Van Lien, his fruit garden is named after the nearby canal Xang Xa No, built in 1903. Vam Xang has typical features of Southern rural areas: a wooden gate, a bucolic path, and a guest house.

As it’s cool all year round, visitors will feel refreshed at any time by a visit to the garden, they can stroll around the gardens to enjoy the fresh air, ripe fruit picked from the trees, and local specialties.

Mr. Lien said, “It’s the practice of polyculture that makes Vam Xang different from other orchards in Phong Dien, which engage in only single types of fruit cultivation. Farmers in other gardens harvest only star apples in the winter, for example. But in Vam Xang there are about 40 types of trees, producing fruit all year round”.

Abundant varieties of fruit, such as jackfruit, durian, mangosteen, starfruit, rambutan, and oranges, make the Vam Xang garden constantly changing and kaleidoscopic picture throughout the seasons. The burmese grape season occurs between March and June when clusters of bold yellow fruits hanging from the trees create the impression of a giant golden curtain when seen from afar.

Vam Xang garden, a popular ecotourism site, attracts a large number of visitors of different ages. If they’d like, visitors can have the experience of being farmers  by throwing  fish nets or deftly scooping through the water to catch fish raised in small canals around the garden. The fish are then cooked either by the guests or by the garden owner in the style of the signature dishes of the south.

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