Quang Nam is not only famous for the beautiful and romantic ancient town of Hoi An but also has many other outstanding tourist destinations. One of them is the Ta Lang community tourism village.
Ta Lang community tourism village, Bha Le commune, Tay Giang district, Quang Nam province is located on the legendary Ho Chi Minh road. This place also preserves many distinctive Co Tu ethnic-cultural imprints such as crafting and performing unique musical instruments such as 3-hole flute, 2-string gourd, brocade weaving …
Tourists come here to experience with villagers picking vegetables, picking bamboo shoots, going to the stream to catch fish, or hand-processing the traditional dishes of the Co Tu people under the roof of the Guoi house.
For travelers who love to explore, can go down the river Ch’lang with a bamboo raft, admire the white R’cung waterfall, or visit the Axoo Tunnel and ride a bicycle to experience the Truong Son Road. This is the highlight that makes the experience in the Ta Lang community tourism both familiar and new to visitors from near and far.
When night falls, visitors are immersed in the folk song “Rum cay”, excitingly in the dance of “Tung tung da da” dance under the highland moonlight, peaceful space in front of the Goui house yard.
According to the people of Co Tu, this dance expresses a strong desire to conquer the universe and wait for heaven and earth.
At the Ta Lang eco-tourism area, there are 5 stilt houses to stay for guests, a front desk where selling local cultural products. Each accommodation space is designed and arranged with bold cultural characteristics of the Co Tu people.
If guests sleep overnight, the fee per person will be 70,000 VND / night; Each meal is from 50,000 to 150,000 VND / person on average. Mr. A Lang Sen, Head of Ta Lang village said that after the village staff participated in training courses on community ecotourism orientation and skills in managing and operating the tourist spot, the whole village now works together, protect and share benefits for each other.