Tram Me Village – a peaceful beautiful in the heart Phong Nha Ke Bang


Tram Me Village is located in Phong Nha Town, Bo Trach District, Quang Binh Province. It is a destination that attracts tourists because of its wild, peaceful and rural beauty. Nestled on the banks of the romantic Son River, Tram Me village appears like a peaceful countryside picture with simple roofs, winding village roads, and stretching green rice fields.

To get to Tram Me Village, there are 3 ways:

Method 1 is a unique experience of taking a boat across the river. From Dong Hoi City Center to the Northwest to Phong Nha Town center, you can follow 20 Highwway through Phong Nha Village. At the end of the road, you will see the ferry wharf and experience moving through the village to come to Tram Me.

The second way, departing from Dong Hoi City, visitors will follow Highway 16 or a specified route to reach Tram Me Village. This is a new road and is currently still being completed, the only road that can be traveled by car to get here.

The third way, you can travel along the Ho Chi Minh Highway West branch to Chay Lap village and then go through small paths in the village, cross two suspension bridges and reach Tram Me Village.

The people of Tram Me village are very friendly and hospitable. They always smile to welcome visitors to the village. Despite facing many difficulties, the people of Tram Me Village still maintain their faith and community strength. They have learned to adapt to harsh living conditions, from learning how to swim to rowing boats across rivers. These difficulties have forged a resilient spirit, willing to face all challenges.

This place is considered an "oasis" in the heart of the world natural heritage Phong Nha - Ke Bang, hidden between the majestic limestone mountains and the Son River. The flood season in Tram Me starts from September to November every year. The water of the Son River rises, submerging all fields and people's houses. Tram Me Village becomes an isolated island, accessible only by boat.

Flood season brings countless difficulties to Tram Me people. Houses were flooded, property was damaged, living and traveling were inconvenient. Students have to miss school, people cannot go to work or trade. The lack of food, food and medicine is also a difficult problem. However, with their resilient and optimistic nature, Tram Me people have gradually become accustomed to the difficulties of the flood season. They repaired the damage themselves, helped each other and got through the difficult days together.

Tram Me village has very unique specialties such as: Song Son carp, Grilled Chicken, River fish shrimp,... Carp dishes are specialties everyone should try when coming to this land. This.

Tram Me people live mainly on farming, they are gentle and simple. Visitors here can participate in activities such as: kayaking on the Son River, exploring caves, trekking in the forest, cycling, experiencing corn cracking, peanut picking, rice harvesting or simply walking around. village and chat with local people. Today, the development of tourism has created opportunities to improve the lives of people here with professions serving tourism such as driving tourist boats, serving hotels and restaurants,....

In recent years, Tram Me has become an attractive tourist destination for domestic and foreign tourists. If you have the opportunity to visit the world's natural wonders Phong Nha - Ke Bang, do not miss this destination in your itinerary.

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