Hoàng Cầm Stove

Hoàng Cầm Stove was created during the the Hòa Bình campaign (1951 – 1952). The stove is named after the man who made it, a military chef – Mr. Hoàng Cầm. Since its birth until now, the stove has been widely used in the Vietnamese army and is mandatory used in all units. Currently, tourist […]

Trà Ôn floating market

Trà Ôn floating market is located on the Hậu River, a tributary of the Mekong River, about 40km from the center of Vĩnh Long city. The floating market is a long-standing traditional culture of the people of Trà Ôn district in particular and the Mekong Delta River in short. This market is the local point […]

Cần Thơ Museum

With an area of ​​​​nearly 3,000m², Cần Thơ Museum is considered the largest museum in the Mekong Delta region. This is a place to display and introduce artifacts about the country and people of Cần Thơ through each historical period; introduce the socio-cultural-economic achievements of the Kinh, Hoa, Khmer… in the area in the process […]

Mười Cương Cocao Farm

Phong Điền district, Cần Thơ is famous for its luxuriant fruit gardens with many kinds of fruits, such as berries, oranges, tangerines, custard apple, mangosteen, apples, guava …. Among them, Mười Cương farm is a popular tourist destination, not only famous for many type of southern fruits but also famous for cocoa. Coming here, you […]

Traditional craft village of making Hủ Tiếu in Cần Thơ

Hủ tiếu, a type of rice noodle served either as a soup or dry, is a signature dish of Vietnam’s southwestern region. To understand how to make the raw material, you should visit Sáu Hoài, Quê Tôi, or Chín Của workshop in Cần Thơ. They are the most notable family businesses that belong to the […]

Cần Thơ Market

Cần Thơ Market (also known as Cần Thơ Ancient Market) is located right next to Ninh Kiều wharf and is a symbolic work of Cần Thơ city. The market was built around 1915, at the same time as Bến Thành market and Bình Tây market (Ho Chi Minh City), which is considered the most beautiful market […]

Ông Temple

Ông Temple is one of the ancient pagodas in Cần Thơ famous for its unique architecture. The temple also plays an important role in the spiritual lives of the Hoa community (Chinese people living in Vietnam) in the Southwest region. During the war, the Ông Temple was a place to support the revolutionary forces fighting against the American troops, which […]

Phước Kiển Pagoda

Phước Kiển Pagoda is a special temple in Đồng Tháp Province. This is a home of the most unique types of lotus in Vietnam imported from Amazon with extremely large sizes that can carry people with a maximum weight of up to 80kg. This giant lotus leaf alone has made a significant tourist attraction for […]

Gáo Giồng Eco-tourist site

Gáo Giồng Eco-tourist site covers an area of 7 hectares, lies in area of cajuput forest with an area of 1,700 hectares. This tourist area is a ideal place for sightseeing, camping, and enjoying the local life in the Mekong Delta. This is one of the few ecological zones that still retains almost all of […]

Huỳnh Thủy Lê Ancient house

Huỳnh Thùy Lê Ancient house is one of the most unique architectural works in the Mekong Delta. It was also famous for a love affair between its owner Mr.Lê and Marguerite Duras, a French writer, in the early years of the twentieth century. Currently, this ancient house is a popular tourist destination in Đồng Tháp […]