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New Boutique Hotel Option in Vietnam’s Red River Delta

December 27, 2010 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: ,

Moon-Garden

Khiri Vietnam is now using the traditional-style Moon Garden, a boutique hotel in Ky Son village of the Red River Delta in northern Vietnam. The delightful property is a one hour’s drive (55 km) from Hanoi and five kilometres from the acclaimed Duong Lam ancient village.

Moon Garden has three houses, two of the houses with one double and one twin and a living room. The third house offers a twin room and one double room with a double bed in the living room. It’s an upscale guest house, ideal for families and small groups.

Khiri also likes the cooking classes and bicycle tours in the nearby countryside. The Moon Garden is a great base to explore surrounding villages and the Duong Lam settlement as well as farms where you can pick green tea, corn or rice (depending on the season), and enjoy the rhythms of Vietnamese rural life.

Khiri Vietnam can incorporate the Moon Garden in your next trip to northern Vietnam. Find out more by clicking here.

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