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Top Reasons Why You Should Travel to the Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta, located in the southwestern part of Vietnam, is a treasure trove of natural beauty, cultural richness, and unique experiences waiting to be discovered. From picturesque landscapes to authentic local life, here are the top reasons why you should make the Mekong Delta your next travel destination: 1/ Spectacular Scenery: The Mekong Delta […] Read More


Visit the West and visit Can Tho and Soc Trang. Travelers will feel great because of the scenic spots that bring them here. Today, we would like to introduce some outstanding places to visit in the Mekong Delta, specifically two provinces of Can Tho and Soc Trang. West River is famous for its many tourist […] Read More


Chau Doc fish sauce! Chau Doc dried fish! This place is almost tied with specialties from fish sauce and dried fish. Why is this land famous for its specialties? And can you buy other specialties when you come here? It is not difficult to find a souvenir as a gift in Chau Doc. In addition […] Read More

Tho Chu Island

An untouched Tho Chu

Far away from the beach, where Tho Chu Islands of Kien Giang Province is situated, the ocean seems not to be bothered by the time. It invariably remains an exceptional attractiveness with a fresh turquoise color and is full of blinding sunlight. Occationally, when there are storms and downpour, the elegance seems a bit furious but that fury drains shortly and put on the usual flashy grace. That wild sunny grace of a sea paradise is one of the […] Read More

Ong Lanh Beach

Wandering around Ong Lang beach

Referring to Kien Giang, people remember right away the emerald island Phu Quoc. Phu Quoc tourism has an intense power of drawing attraction with untouched seashores, the lush greenness of flourishing birches reflecting on the calm sea’s surface of the sea. In addition to the appealing beauty of Kem beach, Sao beach, Phu Quoc also makes an impression with the Ong Lang beach imprinted with a primitive mark.Ong […] Read More

Van Thanh Mieu Temple

Vinh Long

The capital of Vinh Long province and plonked about midway between My Tho and Can Tho, Vinh Long  may not be the  largest town in the Mekong, yet  as a major transit hub it can be  noisy and chaotic nonetheless. By heading to the riverfront where plenty of cafes and restaurants afford respite, vistors can flee the mayhem. […] Read More

Cao Dai Temple

Tay Ninh (Part 1)

The Cao Dai Great Temple at the sect’s Holy See is an amazing and remarkable structure in Asia. Built between 1933 and 1955,  the temple  is a rococo extravaganza  blending the dissonant architectural  motifs of a French church, a Chinese temple and an Islamic mosque.Tay Ninh province,  northwest of HCMC, is bordered  by Cambodia on three sides. […] Read More

Experience life at Western

Southwest is really rich with a lot of attractive villages near Tien River and Hau River. Recently, we spend three days on visiting some provinces in this place, visiting orchards and felt a lot of fun. From HCM city, after only two hours, we went to the town of Cai Be (Tien Giang). From here, […] Read More

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Mekong Delta Highlights

Kick up red dirt on a motorbike ride to the far-flung corners of Phu Quoc Island Watch the sun set across the Gulf of Thailand from a Phu Quoc Island beach. Participate in  the throngs amid the bustling commerce of the floating markets on a boat trip from Can Tho.Meander along the canals between My Tho and Ben Tre, then step ashore a […] Read More


One Pillar Pagoda

Officially  known as Nam Thien Nhat Tru,  most of the people  call this Buddhist temple the One Pillar Pagoda of Thu Duc (Chua Mot Cot Thu Duc; 1/91 Ð Nguyen Du, Thu Duc district). Modelled on Hanoi’s One Pillar Pagoda, the  structure is similar but not the same ,  consisting of a small, one-room temple hall rising on […] Read More

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Can Gio mangrove forest

It was  formed from silt washing downstream from the river, so don’t expect to see any  white-sand beaches. A few hopeful  resorts have been built  along the murky 10km shoreline and more are planned to be built in the future, even though  it’s not easy  to imagine them appealing to international visitors.The highlight is the […] Read More

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Mekong Delta

Why Go? The ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam, the Mekong Delta is a landscape carpeted in a dizzying  variety of greens and slashed with mighty waterways.  It’s a water world at which  restaurants, boats, houses  and  even markets float on  the innumerable rivers, canals and streams which  flow through the region like arteries.  At times  you can […] Read More

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