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The Mekong Delta, known to the Vietnamese as the ‘Nine Dragons’, offers a glimpse into the unchanged way of life of farmers and fishermen.
As southern Vietnam’s agrarian heartland, the Delta is characterised by verdant rice fields and tropical fruit orchards, interspersed among the winding tributaries of the Mekong River. The region also offers fascinating cultural and historical interests including colonial villas from the French occupation alongside Chinese and Khmer cultural influences as seen in the ethnic mix of people and different temple styles.
|Ho Chi Minh City||2hr drive|
|Phnom Penh, Cambodia||6hr drive|
|Phu Quoc (from Rach Gia)||2.5hrs by speed boat|
A small row boat through the winding canals is the best way to explore the river life and get up-close to nature
Cycling on the quiet roads of the countryside is a pleasant way to discover the local way of life
A farmer tends to her lotus flowers which are grown in abudance in the Delta
The floating market is a colourful scene of fruit and vegetable buyers and sellers converging to exchange goods