If you are a fan of Hoi An’s popular foods like rice noodle cao lau, chicken rice, and prawn rolls locally known as tom huu, you definitely must visit Tra Que village, some three kilometers from the town. The 300-year-old village is one of the country’s best vegetable producers though it is better known for homestay and agritourism among foreign tourists. In fact more than 20 varieties of leaf vegetables produced at Tra Que are commonly used in Hoi An cuisine.

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