Small bungalows are hidden in idyllic, tranquil surroundings of a lush garden

The antique collection of Mr Tam

Regional meal, prepared by his family

To fully enjoy the gentleness of rural life in the Mekong Delta, there is nothing better than spending a night with a local family in order to soak up the local culture and share  friendly moments with the hosts.

Taking into account the comfort of its travelers, Asiatica Travel advises you to sleep at "homestay Duyen Que" held by Mr. Tam in Ben Tre.
Ben Tre in a few words
Located about 70km from Ho Chi Minh City, Ben Tre is renowned for its coconut production. It is also characterized by countless canals and houses with a palm-leaf roof or tiles, walls and wooden pillars nestled in lush gardens. Taking a sampan ride lost in the middle of coconut groves as far as the eye can see, you will have a pleasant time and a beautiful view of the Delta.
About Duyen Que and Mr. Tam
Duyen Que is composed of small bungalows that are hidden in an idyllic, tranquil setting in a lush garden: mango, longan, sapotier ... You will be charmed by Mr. Tam's collection of antiques and his creative, subtle and original decoration in the bedrooms. Each room has its own style and is equipped with standard comforts. You will feel right at home!
Mr Tam is a sympathetic doctor who loves to collect ancient objects and can play folk music instruments.
Why at Duyen Que?
- Far from the tourist crowd at Ben Tre
- Authentic natural setting of the Mekong countryside
- Discovery of the daily life of the inhabitants living on the banks of the Mekong
- Warm and hospitable family welcome
- Regional meal, prepared by his family
- Unforgettable evening