One Day In Mekong Delta
One Day In Mekong Delta. Where we can go? What will we eat? What activities? Now let’s go with some attractive destinations and find out something to eat for 1 day travel.
Cao Dai is a religion, which blends many great religions, mainly Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Islam, Christianity, and even some ancient polytheistic religions.
Gao Market – Tien Giang province – One Day In Mekong Delta
The market was established because there was the first rice-building factory in the area. The Chinese Family built and owned this. From there, the surrounding people began to concentrate and collect rice to grind. In addition, they bought and sale goods. The traders began to concentrate on buying rice here. They followed the waterway from Tien river to Sai Gon. This story is the source of the name Cho Gao
Dragon Fruit Farm
Visit a dragon fruit farms look fresh with white flowers and red fruit, you will have a great experience when you harvest and try the dragon fruit directly on the farm (depend on the season).
Sampan boat is about 4m in length, 1m in width and capacity about 4-6 people. It is made of three long wooden planks, the seams are filled with plastic bottles, nose and steering pointed. Use crutches and paddle for moving.
“Once upon a time, the main means of transportation of local people in Mekong Delta is sampan boat- a unique boat in the western of Vietnam. Living in the region of the river, each locality, whether rich or poor, owns a sampan boat for moving around. This style of boat is a mean of water civilization in a young alluvial area, flooded fields, flood season lasts up to 6 months each year.”
Rach Mieu bridge
The third largest cable-stayed bridge built in the Mekong Delta is Rach Mieu bridge (My Thuan Bridge designed and constructed by Australia, Can Tho Bridge designed and built by Japan). In addition, Rach Mieu is the first bridge due to Vietnamese engineers themselves designed and builtt according to new technology.
These are not enought to tell for 1 day tour because Mekong Delta is so much things to do. You can click here to find out what we bring to customers.
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