Community-based tourism activities have been developed in Lang Can Commune, Lam Binh District, in the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang, with the building of many homestays in the locality.
A corner of Nam Dip Homestay
Nam Dip is one of the most popular homestays in Lang Can Commune thanks to its wide and beautiful location. The chairs and swings made entirely from natural materials were put in the yard beside cluster of colourful flowers, including periwinkles and orchids. The stilt house is wide enough to accommodate around 20 visitors. The house’s owner, Luong Duy Doanh, has decorated the homestay with woven looms, wooden harrows and 'con' (colourful fabric balls).
The decorations for the homestay are very close to the local culture and nature.
The stilt house where visitors can enjoy lunch and dinner.
Nam Dip Homestay, which was put into operation in May, has attracted large numbers of both domestic and foreign tourists. The visitors can enjoy lunch and dinner, with unique local specialties, at the stilt house.
A dinner featuring many specialties of the locality.
A delegation experiencing Nam Dip Homestay.
The development of community-based tourism, especially the opening of homestays, has contributed to hunger eradication and poverty reduction for the local populace.
The “VND5,000” pool, which is located 100m far away from Nam Dip Homestay, was built in a style close to nature. Visitors pay a small fee of only VND5,000 to swim without inhibition.
A corner of the pool near the homestay.