Abandoned brick kilns becomes famous check-in point in Quang Nam
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|For the last two years, an old brick kiln in the middle of a vast rice field of Quang Nam has become a famous check-in site for many young people. The brick kiln in Vinh Nam village, Duy Vinh commune, about 7-8km from Hoi An has been abandoned for nearly 20 years. After about half a year of remodeling, this place was turned into a destination for farm tourism. (Photo: VN Express)|
|In the past, local people used to hang signs to warn visitors not to gather and climb up the brick kilns to repair the staris and ensure their safety. Currently, the old brick kiln has opened to welcome visitors. (Photo: VN Express)|
|Near the old brick kiln, there is a small coffee shop. Though has just been open for a few month, the shop has become an attractive rendezvous for travelers who love the scenery of fields. (Photo: VN Express)|
|The cafe has a gentle design, rustic space, delicious drinks at affordable prices. (Photo: VN Express)|
|Ms. Phuong Duyen and Mr. Hai Dang in Da Nang recently had the opportunity to visit the cafe near the brick kiln. They shared: "The owner grows rice and corn by himself to get ingredients to make the drinks in his shop." (Photo: VN Express)|
|If you cannot visit the brick kiln in the early morning, you can come at sunset, around 5-6 pm, or stay late at night to watch the stars. (Photo: VN Express)|
|When coming to this place, visitors will have opportunities to enjoy the peaceful and fresh space of the rice fields in the ripe season. (Photo: VN Express)|
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