The West River is all wrapped up at Aunt Sau’s house
A green, simple and warm West
Nestled in a small road with a green fence, Aunt Sau’s house (Than Hoa Hamlet, Than Cuu Nghia Commune, Chau Thanh, Tien Giang) is a miniature ‘Southwest region’ with full of unique features. from the landscape, food and humanity.
With a 3-hectare campus, with luxuriant orchards, a monkey bridge crossing a small river, simple and familiar rest houses, hammocks swinging under shady trees… Few people know that Aunt Sau’s house used to be an alum flooded land, with only one rice season all year round. However, with the enthusiasm and dream to bring the most authentic, simple, and authentic Western experiences, Aunt Sau’s House was born, like a place to save the quintessential features of the country. The garden is generous and affectionate.
Making an impression on tourists, is the trend of tourism development in the direction of sustainable, environmentally friendly, Aunt Sau’s house retains all that is landscaped and natural, such as how to make use of wood and leaves. , rattan … to create decorative objects in the house. With the motto, ‘prefer wind to air conditioning’, this place does not use air conditioning, says no to plastic and single-use items. Therefore, stepping into Aunt Sau’s house, instead of ‘burying your feet’ in the bedroom, the warm ‘country smell’ leads you to step out into the garden, to discover every feature of the countryside close by: the smell of grass, The smell of silt is curled in the ground, the smell of the cool, fragrant wind, the gentle scent of lotus in the wind…
The natural ecological landscape of the West has always been carefully preserved in every small space of Aunt Sau’s house. Mr. Nguyen Thanh Huy, Director of Aunt Sau’s house, shared: “With the goal of sustainable green development and bringing real experiences of people’s lives in the West, we only built 18 rooms (with walls) and 6 rooms (with leaves) with a maximum capacity of 50 guests. The architecture of Aunt Sau’s house simulates the houses of Westerners from classical to modern, focusing on the smallest items so that guests can feel the familiar and clear West through each bed. mirror, pendulum clock, magnetic casettle machine, marble table, night light…”
In addition, Aunt Sau’s house also invested in building a 300 square meter lobby space to display agricultural tools such as rice fans, rice threshers, burdens, gongs, ladders, and flour mills for guests to learn more about. about the lifestyle, activities and work of the people in the West.
Not only immersed in the Southwest space, at Aunt Sau’s house, they also organize interesting activities, turning visitors into real Western farmers through baking, canoeing, cycling activities. cars, slapping water to catch fish… until watching Don Ca Tai Tu performances, setting up campfires.
If you are an active person and like to explore, other interesting activities such as cycling to the market early, visiting craft villages or visiting Con Phung – a famous tourist destination of Tien Giang will be for you. Besides, Aunt Sau’s house will also regularly organize activities and events on culture, green living, psychology… so that guests have the opportunity to meet and acquire knowledge from experts. reputable speaker.
Mother’s home cooked meal, simple but dear
For many visitors, food is the top attraction of Aunt Sau’s house. The dishes are carefully prepared from the source of ingredients to the way of processing and presentation. Western-style rustic meals from the vegetables and fruits in the home garden, fish from the pond, and spices are prepared in the style of a family kitchen, keeping the natural freshness.
If in the morning at Aunt Sau’s house there is a famous delicious satay noodle soup or delicious iced milk coffee, a lunch with boiled vegetables, fried fish, braised meat or Western pancakes for the evening is always a great experience. The culinary experience is always fresh and complete.
In addition, you can also experience the Western way of cooking and baking by yourself in the 100 square meter kitchen.
“Through this model, we both introduce the culture, landscape and people of the West, and connect with the local community in promoting typical traditional industries such as cake wrapping, handmade knitting. In addition, Aunt Sau’s family will deduct a part of the revenue to accompany poor students to overcome difficulties to enter the university lecture hall, opening a brighter future for the young generation in the West.“- Mr. Nguyen Thanh Huy shared.
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