Nearly 20 years ago, there was a 12-year-old boy getting up from 4am to have his parents do cassava noodles, then rushed to school. In the afternoon, he picked, packaged and delivered qualified cassava noodle grids to customers. His father was the first person making cassava noodles in this village and gradually all villagers began to make cassava noodles. Whereupon, this traditional trade village was formed and became the most unique trade village in Vietnam. At that time, cassava noodles were made manually, so it was very miserable for the villagers to make them. Indeed the bar of the machine is even heavier than the boy, so both his brother and this little boy have to pull down the bar in order for their mother to weave noodles. Day by day, this little boy grew up with cassava noodle trade village . Despite so many hardships, this traditional job helped him enter the university. Consequently, now nearly 20 years later, he becomes a CEO

Being a CEO of a web development company, he has chance to go to so many corners of the world. However, he still ruminates on intense love with cassava noodles, he still worries about how to make cassava noodles more well-known and how to make more profits for the poor villagers. From all these reasons, Community Based Tourism project was born. Visitors will be able to witness the process of making noodles namely from soaking dough, stirring dough to weaving noodles. We’re sure you will have memorable experiences. The half-profits will be used for sustaining and developing this project, the rest will help villagers increase their income.

 

Anh Duong

Anh Duong

CEO

Hannelore Dummler

Hannelore Dummler

Trip Manager

Kim Anh Le

Kim Anh Le

Trip Manager

Ly Nguyen

Ly Nguyen

Trip Assistant

Linh Nguyen

Linh Nguyen

Guider

Thao Phan

Thao Phan

Guider