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We rented to bicycles in town to take the 3km bike ride out to the farm, as we had heard the food was good (and all the restaurants in Vang Vieng seemed to have very mediocre to disappointing food). It was an easy ride along...More
Can't vouch for the farm as an experience but the restaurant served delicious mulberry juice and one of the best meals we had in Laos, a tofu and peanut curry. Great people watching too as the hordes of backpackers filed down the lane for tubing...More
Overall the farm was nothing to write home about. There seemed to be some construction of sorts going on with bags and gravel piled up in the middle of the first part of the farm. You could also here loud music the entire time from...More
We came to the farm as Woofers to help in the farm. The farmer promised us that we would learn a lot and work in exchange for free accommodation and food. It turned out that he had lied to us from the beginning. After one...More
As we arrived we met the owner and tried to start a conversation - he wasn't interested at all in giving us a tour neither explaining their philosophy of farming. He only told us where to park the scooter without even welcoming us.
US$ 24 - US$ 27 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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