A poetic Ban But, a harmonious combination of beautiful natural scenery and unique cultural values, has been formed to inspire visitors.
Ban But is about 10 km from Hoi Xuan town, Quan Hoa district, located in a large valley, surrounded by more than 1,000 hectares of primeval forest, so the climate is cool and fresh all year round.
Pha Day Lake is the highlight of Ban But community tourist area. With an area of about 2.2 hectares located on the top of a mountain with an altitude of 1,200 m above sea level, Pha Day Lake is surrounded by thousand-of-years forest up on the old limestone mountain.
Ban But is the settlement of 105 Thai ethnic households, the traditional stilt houses with typical architectural features are the highlight in the beautiful picture of this mountainous region.
Currently, there are 5 Thai households in But village that offer homestay tourism services. After a day of visiting the lake, visitors can stop at these places to feel the warm and hospitable life of the villagers. When choosing to stay in spacious and airy stilt houses, guests will enjoy traditional dishes of local people.
The dugout boat is a typical means to bring tourists to visit and enjoy the poetic beauty of the lake bed.