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Ancient fishing village in Hue at sunrise

Last update: 09:00 | 07/08/2018

Van Quat Dong fishing village on Tam Giang lagoon in Thua Thien- Hue province has attracted visitors to its peaceful and tranquil atmosphere and simple local life.


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Van Quat Dong is a poor fishing village in Huong Phong commune, Huong Tra district in Thua Thien-Hue province. It is located on Tam Giang lagoon, which is considered the biggest one in Southeast Asia.

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Van Quat Dong ancient fishing village has existed for hundreds of years and shrimp farming is their main occupation.

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The local market opens from early morning selling a variety of seafood.

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Food lovers should come early to buy fresh seafood and enjoy stunning sunrise as the market often closes at 9.

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Seafood is also sold directly from the boats.

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Rustic and simple locals provide the fishing village with a typical beauty.

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Tam Giang lagoon belonging to Phong Dien, Quang Dien, Huong Tra and Phu Vang districts is a tourist attraction in Hue city.

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Tam Giang lagoon at sunrise



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