Top five must-see attractions in Mekong Delta


Top five must-see attractions in Mekong Delta
Thoi Son Islet, Vinh Trang Pagoda, Man Dinh Hong flower village, Cai Be floating market and Dong Hoa Hiep ancient village are must-see attractions in the Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang.

thoi son island
Thoi Son island

Thoi Son Islet is situated downstream the Tien River. It is not only a top-rated attraction in the Mekong River Delta, but also a famous fruit growing area with a population of about 6,000 people.

 

 

 

horse cart riding is one of interesting activity in thoi Son

From July to October, tourists can visit fruit gardens on a hand-rowing boat or a horse cart.

pagoda in My tho
Vinh Trang pagoda

Vinh Trang is the greatest pagoda of Tien Giang Province. The pagoda was built in 1849 on an area of 2,000 sq.m full of beautiful trees in My Phong village, My Tho City, in the shape of a Chinese character which means Nation.

Vinh Trang pagoda

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The pagoda includes four large compartments connected with each other: the front compartment, the main compartment, the worship compartment and the back compartment, bearing a combination of European-Asian architecture and creating a splendid beauty, solemnity, but purity.

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flower village

 

 

Man Dinh Hong flower village comprises fruit orchards in PhuocThanh village. It welcomes hundreds of visitors at the weekend.

 

floating village
Cai Be floating village

 

Cai Be floating market is around 40km from My Tho City. The ideal time to visit the market is from 5am to 7am.

Dong Hoa Hiep ancient village

 

Dong Hoa Hiep ancient village in Cai Be District is well known for its beautiful scenery formed by the calm Cai Be River and ancient houses amid orchards that are lush and laden with fruit all year round. It has many ancient houses dated hundred years old.

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Source: Vietnamnet