At a 120km distance from Ho Chi Minh city to Mekong Delta, according to the national highway 57 from Ben Tre to Vinh Long, Nam Hien homestay is surrounded by luxuriant orchards four seasons and the winding village streets make up the peaceful setting of an idyllic countryside.
Built in the style of the ancient Mekong Delta, the homestay consists of two part: The first part is a small house with tiles roof and wooden walls, located within the orange orchard trees interspersed with mint, basil around. The house is designed with two bedrooms, air conditioning and a private toilet for each room, very suitable for a family of 4 members. In front of the house there is a small exhibition area where Mr Nam exhibited his collection of garden tools and rice. Continue through the small bridge opposite and go through the grapefruit garden, longan garden intercropped with some bonsai, this is a big house in the style of old-fashioned three space characteristic of the Mekong Delta: 24 pillars carved wood, the counter, the couch and the ancestral altar... gives you a picture of the life of a well-off family in feudal era. Behind the house you will see two blocks of the style hotel with roof tiles and masonry, divided into 6 rooms with full amenities such as air conditioning, bathrooms, toilets... The front lobby of the rooms also have tables and chairs to sit sightseeing, relaxing or reading. From here, the panoramic view behind you will let you see orchards with some plants like mangosteen, grapefruit, rambutan... tree and leaf mixed together bring a fresh and pleasant atmosphere.
Leave space of the hustle and bustle of the city and stay here a couple of nights, you will be immersed in the peaceful setting of a countryside with friendly people and enjoy dishes made from ingredients provided by local people combined with materials in the garden. It will give you a memorable experience.