Being known as one of two parts in the Southern Vietnam, with a geographical position at the end of Indochina Peninsula, Mekong River Delta is an important transport hub to promote exchanges between Vietnam and other countries on the Peninsula.
Economy in Mekong River Delta is one of key economic regions in Vietnam. Long Xuyen Quadrangle is the most important economic area of the region. The region has strengthens in agriculture, husbandry and fishery. Here is the largest “rice bowl” of Vietnam.
Dong Thap is located in the Mekong Delta, one of three Dong Thap Muoi provinces. Coming to Dong Thap Muoi in the flood season, tourists will have the chance to explore and experience the typical features of this land.
Phu Quoc is a beautiful land, a picturesque spot, a fascinating tourist attraction and a little Vietnam. To come to Phu Quoc is to live in the nature to enjoy the pure beauty of a primitive island with interminable jungles and deep blue seas.
Home to over a million people, Can Tho is the logical hub for anyone planning to explore the province. The city is actually an ideal rendezvous with a wealth of hotels, a very well developed and affordable tourism infrastructure.
Traveling Phong Dien district, visitors will have the chance to not only taste the specialties in Can Tho cuisine but also learn more about the local life and the traditional culture of the people here.
Cai Rang Floating Market is one of the most outstanding one in Mekong River Delta. The market is not just a crowsed trading area, but also a unique cultural space in Can Tho.
Can Tho Market is an ancient one in Can Tho City. It is one of markets in Mekong River Delta having the most beautiful architectural style. Besides, the market is famous for selling various, fresh agricultural products, and other appealing items.