MEKONG RIVER DELTA – HAU GIANG PROVINCE

Capital: Vi Thanh City Ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh), Khmer, Hoa, Cham Highlights:  Phung Hiep Floating Market, Long My Historical Site TOURIST ATTRACTION       Phung Hiep Floating Market Phung Hiep Floating Market is situated where seven branches of the Mekong River and canals converge in Nga Bay Town. Snake Market is located close to the floating market. Visitors from all over the world come to ... Read More »

MEKONG RIVER DELTA – CAN THO CITY 2

Can Tho Tourist Gardens In recent years, a series of modern gardens have appeared on every land and water route in the Mekong River Delta of Can Tho City. The gardens of My Khanh, San Duong, Ba Lang and Tan Binh extend along the arched highway, as well as on the waterways of the Phong Dien and Phung Hiep rivers. ... Read More »

MEKONG RIVER DELTA – CAN THO CITY

Ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh), Khmer, Hoa, Cham Highlights:  Ninh Kieu Wharf, Ong Pagoda, Gardens, Floating Market TOURIST ATTRACTIONS     Ninh Kieu Wharf Ninh Kieu Wharf is located close to the centre of the city on the bank of the Hau River, a trib­utary of the Mekong River. It is the city’s main trading centre. Hundreds of boats ply up and down the river ... Read More »

MEKONG RIVER DELTA – VINH LONG PROVINCE

Capital:  Vinh Long City Ethnic groups:  Viet (Kinh), Khmer, Hoa, Gia Rai Highlights:  An Binh and Binh Hoa Phuoc Islands, Tien Chau Pagoda, Van Thanh Temple TOURIST ATTRACTIONS     An Binh and Binh Hoa Phuoc Islands Visitors will be delighted by the gardens of An Binh Island and Binh Hoa Phuoc Island, both famous for their succulent fruit. The islands of An Binh and ... Read More »

MEKONG RIVER DELTA – DONG THAP PROVINCE 2

Tram Chim National Park The park is located in Tam Nong District and covers five communes of Tan Cong Sinh, Phu Duc, Phu Tho, Phu Thanh, and Phu Hiep, and Tram Chim Town. If depart from Ho Chi Minh City, you first should take National Highway 1 heading for the southwest as far as 130km, then turn right to National ... Read More »

MEKONG RIVER DELTA – DONG THAP PROVINCE

Capital: Cao Lanh City Ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh), Hoa, Khmer, Ngai Highlights: Mausoleum of Junior Doctor Nguyen Sinh Sac, Stork Garden, Go Thap Site TOURIST ATTRACTIONS     Mausoleum of Junior Doctor Nguyen Sinh Sac The mausoleum of Nguyen Sinh Sac (President Ho Chi Minh’s father) in Cao Lanh, is located on an area of 3.Cha. It consists of two complexes, one with a tomb ... Read More »

MEKONG RIVER DELTA – BEN TRE PROVINCE

Capital:  Ben Tre City Ethnic groups:  Viet (Kinh), Hoa, Khmer, Tay Highlights: Vam Ho Bird Sanctuary, Cai Mon Ornamental Plant Garden,Con Phung TOURIST ATTRACTIONS     Vien Minh Pagoda Vien Minh Pagoda is situated at 156 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St., Ben Tre City. Its present architectural style is the result of the restora­tion from 1951 to 1959. The pagoda is the office of the ... Read More »

MEKONG RIVER DELTA – TIEN GIANG PROVINCE

Capital: My Tho City Ethnic groups:  Viet (Kinh), Hoa, Khmer, Tay Highlights:  Vinh Trang Pagoda, Thoi Son Island, Dong Tam Snake Farm, Cai Be Floating Market TOURIST ATTRACTIONS     Vinh Trang Pagoda The pagoda is located in My Phong Commune, My Tho City. The entrance gate is on the right side of the building. Built in 1849 in an area of 2,000m2 ... Read More »

MEKONG RIVER DELTA – LONG AN PROVINCE

canals, is fertile and excellent for the cultiva­tion of rice and growing fruit trees. The sun shines all year round in the Mekong River Delta. There is no winter and rare storm. However, every year between August and October, the water of the Mekong River rises flooding the delta. In this territory, there is Thap Muoi Stork Garden, U Minh ... Read More »

HO CHI MINH CITY AND THE SOUTH EAST – TAY NINH PROVINCE

Capital: Tay Ninh City Ethnic groups: Viet (Kinh), Khmer, Hoa, Cham Highlights: Tay Ninh Cao Dai Temple, Ba Den Mountain TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Tay Ninh Cao Dai Temple Tay Ninh Cao Dai Temple is a famous complex that was built between 1936 and 1955, in the middle of a garden, 4km east of Tay Ninh City. The most interesting building in ... Read More »