One Trip Mekong Delta Tour
At first, to make your trip to Mekong Delta more enjoyable, you do not ignore reading this blog post. Why should you find out before going to Mekong Delta? We will talk briefly, this is the river area. So, traveling by boat is quite a lot. You need to have knowledge of the terrain here as well as what the river culture is like. Let your trip become safer and smoother. One Trip Mekong Delta Tour
Incense factory and Cao Dai Temple
In the morning, prepare all necessary items for the trip. We will come to the hotel to pick you up and start the journey.
Your first destination is Incense Factory. You will listen to the tour guide about the process of making incense. Besides, you will see step by step making incense sticks with shapes like dragons, pineapples, … In addition, you will listen to how important incense culture is to Vietnamese people.
The second destination on that trip was Caodai Temple. This temple not only associates with the Vietnam War. But also is a special combination with 5 major religions in the world.
Next, Long An province is the next destination for visitors to the local market. At the same time you can see the specialties surrounding market that sold by the locals with their kind and hospitality.
Gao market and Dragon Fruit Farm
After you go to those places, you will go to Gao Market. You will admire the beautiful scenery on the road which is a famous area for the local farm, dragon fruit farm. This calls Fruit Kingdom of Mekong Delta.
When you arrive here, you will be free to take photos, in addition enjoy dragon fruit here.
After that, you will go to the oldest temple in Hoa Dinh town. You can also visit coconut factory, observe how people make coconuts and enjoy coconut.
On My Tho Quay arrival, take a wooden boat and cross the Mekong River, in reality have sightseeing with many floating fish farms on the riverside.
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