Homestay service for tourists to Ba Be Lake

Monday, December 26, 2016 - 8:59:00

(VOVworld) - Leaving behind the city’s chaos and dust, we arrived at Ba Be Lake in Bac Kan. Tourists prefer staying in the Tay ethnic group’s wooden stilt houses which lie on the mountain foot and face a magnificent stream. Pac Ngoi and Bo Lu hamlets have the largest number of guest houses with catering service among 10 hamlets in Nam Mau commune surrounding Ba Be Lake. In Pac Ngoi, there 20 large stilt house accommodating 50 people on the first floor and dozens of families in separated rooms on the second floor. Home-stay service includes meals and boat tour. Pac Ngoi has its own pier to serve tourist.

Escaping busy streets and mingling into the mountain and lake ambience, tourists enjoy the fresh air and the Tay simple meal with clean vegetables, meat, and fish.

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Pac Ngoi hamlet is hidden in the mountain slopes

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Signpost to a guest house

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The wooden balcony with a view of a rice field, mountain, and lake.

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The wooden balcony with a view of a rice field, mountain, and lake.

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Green mountain, green water seen from the bed room of a guest house

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A lake-side wooden houses is reflected in the green lake

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A tourist enjoys cycling around the lake

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A local food tray: smoked fish, fried pork, stir-fried vegetables with minced garlic, bamboo shoots cooked with mudfish head, broth of forest vegetables, and jiaogulan cooked with mudfish.

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