It is 40km far from Ho Chi Minh City, there is an ecotourism area that can help you relax and enjoy the wonderful holiday with exciting games, delicious foods, especially you are close to nature. If you are thinking where to go from Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), please make a plan to visit ecotourism Xoai garden to spend the holiday with the great impression. Now let’s go with Vietnam Drive.
Eco-tourism Mango Garden. Photo by Kieu Diem
Xoai Garden is located at 537, Dinh Quang An Street, Tan Cang Hamlet, Phuoc Tan Commune, Long Thanh District, Dong Nai Province.
What to visit in Vuon Xoai – Mango Garden
Coming to Xoai garden, you will be able to visit and enjoy the beauty of orchids such as Dalbergia Odorifera, Rhynchostylis Gigantea, etc or visit the Bamboo garden with an area of about 7.2 hectares.
In addition, tourists can see precious animal species imported from around the world such as Bengal tiger, giraffe, zebra, antelope, and phoenix; precious bird species such as peacock, numida meleagris, eagle, and eagle, or fish species such as giant arapaima, shark with white fins. You can also ride the normal or electric bicycle around Huong Giang lake, Mau Tu lake,… to live with nature and feel it.
Ride the bicycle to see sightseeings around eco-tourism Mango Garden. Photo by Chuchuphung
Moreover, there are many attractive games such as grass surfing in Xoai garden. It is interesting to be on the skating board and control it on the green grass. If you are interested in adventure, you can participate in games such as riding a horse and seeing animals, riding an ostrich, catching the crocodile, or shooting painting gun.
One more thing, the modern pool system with a separate area for adults and children helps you immerse yourself and relax between the water and grass.
The pool is modernly designed with beautiful views. Photo by Linhsen
Foods are taken into account at the entertainment areas. Coming to Xoai eco-tourism garden, foods are always served by large and small restaurants. Tourists can enjoy specialities such as ostrich and crocodile meat.
Minh Yen/ Vietnam Drive