Phu An Bamboo Village Eco-Museum
Phu An Bamboo Village Eco-Museum is considered the largest and earliest natural bamboo conservation area in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Phu An Bamboo Village is designed with two independent zones: the bamboo museum and the research area. The bamboo museum (outdoor) performs the task of preserving and preserving.
In Phu An Bamboo Village in Binh Duong Province, there are currently over 1,500 bamboo bushes of 17 varieties, with more than 300 samples of bamboo collected throughout the South and the North, accounting for nearly 90% of bamboo varieties in Vietnam, creating a unique collection of green bamboo. In 2010, Phu An Bamboo Village was awarded the Equator Prize by the United Nations for biodiversity, becoming one of only 21 villages in the world to be awarded this award.
Address: 124 DT744 St, Phu An, Ben Cat Town, Binh Duong