Phu An Bamboo Village (Binh Duong Province)

The Phu An Ecological Bamboo Museum and Botanical Reserve, also known as the Phu An Bamboo Village, is the biggest bamboo museum in Vietnam and in SEAsia.
This place is a multipurpose center promoting scientific research and ecosystem conservation while educating the local community about environmental protection and the value of ecotourism.
In addition to providing a research center and laboratory for students and academics, the reserve is also an ecotourism site, located in Binh Duong Province’s Ben Cat Commune, some 30 kilometers from Ho Chi Minh City.
The vast ecological reserve with its 130 bamboo species, including many rare varieties collected from every corner of the nation, is open for tourists to wander the day away.
Phu An Bamboo Village’s botanical garden is known for its gorgeous landscaping, brought to life with lush bamboo clusters and brilliantly colored flowers.

Phu An Bamboo Village
124, Route 774, Phu An commune, Ben Cat Dist, Binh Duong Privince

How to get there
Take a taxi or ride your motor-cycle like the map below (i drew)

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