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Outstanding spots in the Mekong Delta tours from TNK

Fruit Orchards

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The Mekong Delta is famous for various fruit orchards, and it will be amazing to walk in one and soak up the fresh atmosphere here. Colorful fruits will overwhelm you while you follow small village paths to witness the orchard’s scenery. A stroll in the fruit orchard is a chance for you to know about the way the locals grow the fruits on their land and get a sense of how their life is related to farming, channels, canals and river. It is interesting to ask the locals for tasting fresh fruits right in their garden.

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You can find many different fruit plantations in the Mekong Delta. For the trip, submerge yourself into one and experience the fresh and peaceful atmosphere here. While going for a walk along small village paths, you will be astonished by colorful fruits and the romantic scenery of the plantation. It is believed that here is an opportunity for you to learn about the way the locals cultivate and take care of their own garden and perceive their tranquil life associated with channels, canals, and river. If possible, don’t hesitate to ask the locals for sampling fresh fruits right in their garden.

Rice Noodle-Making Factory

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The traditional rice noodle-making factory is where you will be able to witness the complete process of making rice noodles from rice flour. In the case that you wish to become a rice noodle-maker, the locals will let you try one or even more stages of the production. A visit of the factory will open your mind to cultural features of the trade village and gain the understanding of how to make the key ingredient for the related specialties in the Mekong Delta.

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The trip will lead you to explore a trade village – a rice noodle-making factory where the complete process of turning rice flour into noodles is exposed clearly. It is exciting to become a rice noodle-maker and experience several stages of the production. As you have known, many different delicacies of the Mekong Delta are made from rice noodle, so the trip will be like a good way to understand more this ingredient and cultural features around it.

Four Islands

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Four islands: Dragon, Unicorn, Tuttle, and Phoenix for sightseeing are supposed to be a backdrop of the Mekong Delta tour. Their names are based on the Vietnam’s mascots presenting the wealth, peace, and charm of this water region. Cruising along the Mekong River and gazing into the natural scenes of those beautiful islands leaves great feelings in your heart for sure; it brings you peace in your mind and lets you be closer to the countryside’s idyllic life.

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Admiring the peaceful charm of four islands is probably a backdrop for your trip to the Mekong Delta. Especially, the islands’ names will stun you a lot since all of them are based on the Vietnamese mascots, including Dragon, Unicorn, Phoenix, and Turtle. Those names also imply the region of wealth, charm, and peace – the locals’ wish for the full and happy life for a long time. Getting into the boat and cruising along the Mekong River is the best way to enjoy such the beauty of the islands.

Floating Fish Farm

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In Chau Doc, floating fish farms is also referred to as a cultural form of the river life. A visit to explore how the locals raise fish in the floating houses will be the excellent way to perceive their idyllic life and how such the work has supported their daily life. There are two types of floating fish farm here, consisting of basa farm and catfish farm. Those places specialize in basa and catfish – major exports to other areas and the staple ingredient of numerous fish-based specialties.

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Entering the floating fish farm in Chau Doc is a brilliant experience for a Mekong Delta tour. You can peer down at the rustic landscape full of floating houses used for raising fish and know why it is a common image of the river region. It is possible to say that the floating fish farm is not only a cultural feature of the river people, but also their traditional work dating back a long time and daily making their life better. Floating basa and catfish farms are two primary types here; those specialize in basa and catfish for export.

Cham Community Village

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The Mekong Delta tour will guide you to the Cham community village where a rare culture of a small minority of Cham people has existed for a long time. An Giang – a province of the Mekong Delta is home to the largest ethnic Cham communities in Vietnam, and there are about 13,000 Cham people with 2,100 households are found in Chau Giang of this province. The visit here will let you uncover their interesting culture, architecture, traditional work, and life.

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You will be led to the Cham community village in order to explore the most exciting characteristics of the local culture. The village is where a small minority of Cham people has lived and kept their traditional culture. Not only that, roaming around, you will be able to see their special architectural structures, traditional weaving village, and peaceful life remote away from the bustling perspective of the big cities.

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