Introduction to Ang Hamlet
Ang Hamlet is famous as a wild tourist destination of the Moc Chau plateau, it is only about 2 km from the center of Moc Chau town in the direction of Highway 43, so it is not too difficult to get to.
As a wild forest, Ang Hamlet pine forest owns a fairly large area of up to 43 hectares, including many small pine forests combined together, stretching so far that it is difficult to see the top with the naked eye.
As seen above, Ang Hamlet is as beautiful as a watercolor painting. There are traditional stilt houses, hidden under the vast green foliage. Next to the village is a natural lake with an area of 5 hectares surrounded by green pine forests, planted on red-brown Feralit hills. In the distance, the scenery of the Moc Chau plateau, especially in spring, with tea hills, green meadows, ban flowers, apricot flowers, and plum blossoms in the white forest adorned the natural beauty of Ang hamlet.
Visiting the hamlet, tourists can learn about many unique customs, habits, dances, ancient folk songs, rites, and festivals, such as “New Rice” and “Het Cha” (a festival for the solidarity of the ethnic community before spring comes). The Thai ethnic people, whose traditions and culture have been preserved and remain intact for years, have some very interesting experiences to show to any visitor who would like to know more. Visitors are welcome to immerse themselves in to living with the locals, enjoying their delicious dishes and drinking the local wine.