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September 9, 2020 | Last Modified: 2020

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The vegetable patch and fruit orchards growing on Tam Coc Garden Resort propriety, not only surround you in a lush habitat but also allow you to experience farm to table dining. nspired by Tonkinese gardens from nearby villages in Ninh Binh, owners of Tam Coc Garden Resort wanted a sustainable garden of their own. Eggplant, tomatoes, herbs and juicy mangoes find their way to every guests' plates, with all fresh organic produce being grown on property land.

Responsibility

The resort commits to minimizing the negative impacts of tourism on the economic, social and environmental plan by not changing local identity as well as preserving local traditional handicraft.

Business Case

The resort commits to creating benefits for the local communities from the economic benefits of tourism by getting them involved and allow them to contribute to the development of their own works as well as paying them fairly.

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The vegetable patch and fruit orchards growing on Tam Coc Garden Resort propriety, not only surround you in a lush habitat but also allow you to experience farm to table dining. nspired by Tonkinese gardens from nearby villages in Ninh Binh, owners of Tam Coc Garden Resort wanted a sustainable garden of their own. Eggplant, tomatoes, herbs and juicy mangoes find their way to every guests' plates, with all fresh organic produce being grown on property land.

The resort commits to minimizing the negative impacts of tourism on the economic, social and environmental plan by not changing local identity as well as preserving local traditional handicraft.

The resort commits to creating benefits for the local communities from the economic benefits of tourism by getting them involved and allow them to contribute to the development of their own works as well as paying them fairly.

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