Jungle Farm

Bring your family to our organic farm and let your kids discover the joy of wonderful nature! We grow a variety of tasty plants and raise plenty of animal such as buffaloes, doves, ducks, goat, chicken… We feed our animals with food waste from resort restaurant. Visiting the farm, your kids could enjoy feeding our animal friends.

Buffaloes Spa

We are supported by a range of other agricultural initiatives: not least Laguna Lang Co’s famous bovine greenkeepers. Water buffaloes help to manage the seven-hectares of rice fields located right in the middle of the Sir Nick Faldo Signature course by eating excess weeds and crops in the area that would otherwise require machinery and manpower to maintain. Not only do the animals provide a vital service in tending to the paddies, they supply an additional appealing optic to one of the most eye-catching sections of a golf course that is already strong on visual manna.

Bird Sanctuary

Get away into nature with our Birds Sanctuary Photo Gallery reflecting the biodiversity of Lang Co Bay. As a new exclusive feature at Banyan Tree Lang Co, the Birds Sanctuary Photo Gallery is an open exhibition showcasing captivating bird photographs. Moments of nature are well-captured by bird enthusiasts and photographers who spend days and weeks at our resorts or nearby to record genuine split-seconds of birds’ life.

Organic Garden & Worm Farm

Located in a part of Vietnam renowned for its pristine nature, Laguna Lang Co prides itself on having a strong focus on sustainability. And part of this drive is an extensive organic farm which utlizes worm farming as the source of nutrition. The farm provides fresh produce for the F&B outlets at award winning resorts Banyan Tree Lang Co and Angsana Lang Co

Paddy Field

The rice-fields, though, are not just for show and bring peaceful scence to our golf course. Harvested twice a year, they yield up to 20 tons of rice that are used to support the organic farm at Laguna Lang Co and donated to families and seniors in the area.