Five reasons why you should take a trip to Mekong Delta, Vietnam!

As a person who is extroverted and adventurous, you get the idea that conquering as many as the most beautiful places in the world is your destiny. Suddenly, you think about mysterious oriental with stunning views, friendly native people and specialties.  how about Mekong Delta in Viet Nam, a country with strange shape, the S letter.

So, I will point out to you why you should take a trip to Mekong Delta with 5 reasons below.

First of all, be a native vietnamese people

If you like to learn the civilization, customs and traditions of the countries in the world, you cannot ignore the Mekong Delta in Vietnam and its people. They (people in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam) are considered as the most hospital people in South East Asia because they always smile  and show their hospitality to foreign visitors . As to the Mekong Delta region, you will be immersed into the rural lifestyle, simplicity and lyricism of the people here.


Secondly, amazing beauties of nature

You’ve heard a lot of scenic places in Vietnam, for example Son Doong Cave in Quang Binh, where Jordan Vogt-Vogt and his crew made some impressive scenes in his latest film, Kong: Skull Island.

With the tour package: Mekong Delta 3 Days (Floating Market-Bird Sanctuary), this one will be the most significant time in your life. In addition, the urbanization hasn’t come there. Hence, you still can feel the wild of Mekong Delta and its soul. According to the tour, you will go to the biggest rice fields in Viet Nam: Cai Be, Can Tho and Chau Doc and visit by floating boats with traditional Vietnamese music, taste Mekong Delta speciality dishes…

The highlight of this tour is Tra Su, the bird sanctuary. Tru Su is home to more than thousand kinds of bird. Let’s your children watch the bird that they haven’t seen before.  The songbird could de-stress, enhance morale, improve your emotion during the trip.

Cai Rang Floating Market-The Paradise of Fresh Fruit.
Tru Su-Bird Santuary, have you ever seen a Sarus Crane before?

Thirdly, yummy food

Definitely, one of the reasons you should take a trip to Mekong Delta is food. Vietnamese food is the most delicious food in the world. After reading here, perhaps you will assign to me a nickname: “shoot the breeze” person. Our tour guide will show you soon and prove I am right.

Let’s rock and roll these food.

Fourthly, you will be a child with passion for candy

With another tour- Mekong Delta 2 days (Ben Tre-Can Tho). Ben Tre is know the home of coconut in Vietnam. In this tour, you will visit some special places such as brick factory, the fruit orchard, a coconut candies workshop. You should try some coconut candies because you can swallow your tongue yourself because of the delicious of lovely coconut ones.


Fifthly, the historic monuments-Cu Chi Tunnel

Cu Chi Tunnel will show you how small Vietnamese soldiers (Viet Cong) beat modern American soldiers and their allies.

In order to combat better-supplied American and South Vietnamese forces during the Vietnam War, Communist guerrilla troops known as Viet Cong (VC) dug tens of thousands of miles of tunnels, including an extensive network running underneath the Cu Chi district northwest of Saigon. Soldiers used these underground routes to house troops, transport communications and supplies, lay booby traps and mount surprise attacks, after which they could disappear underground to safety. To combat these guerrilla tactics, U.S. and South Vietnamese forces trained soldiers known as “tunnel rats” to navigate the tunnels in order to detect booby traps and enemy troop presence. Now part of a Vietnam War memorial park in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon), the Cu Chi tunnels have become a popular tourist attraction. You can see more Cu Chi Tunnel’s information with here.


So, what is preventing you from book a tour to discover the attractive of Mekong Delta in Viet Nam? Contact us now and enjoy your memorial time in Mekong Delta with our tour package.

5 reasons you should take a trip to Mekong Delta



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