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Hồ Chí Minh – Bến Tre – Vĩnh Long – Sóc Trăng – Cần Thơ (3 Days 2 Nights)

Hồ Chí Minh – Bến Tre – Vĩnh Long – Sóc Trăng – Cần Thơ (3 Days 2 Nights)

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CAI RANG FLOATING MARKET – BA HIEP’S ORCHARD

CAI RANG FLOATING MARKET – BA HIEP’S ORCHARD

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EXPLORE CAN THO CITY

EXPLORE CAN THO CITY

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DA NANG – BA NA – HUE – CAN THO – CHAU DOC – HA TIEN – PHU QUOC – HO CHI MINH CITY

DA NANG – BA NA – HUE – CAN THO – CHAU DOC – HA TIEN – PHU QUOC – HO CHI MINH CITY

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Cai Rang Floating Market - Rice Noodle Production Facilities - Orchards

Cai Rang Floating Market - Rice Noodle Production Facilities - Orchards

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Cai Rang Floating Market - My Khanh Tourist Village - Truc Lam Phuong Nam Monastery

Cai Rang Floating Market - My Khanh Tourist Village - Truc Lam Phuong Nam Monastery

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Cai Rang floating market - Orchards At The Weekend (Grafting Tour)

Cai Rang floating market - Orchards At The Weekend (Grafting Tour)

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Cai Rang floating market - Orchards

Cai Rang floating market - Orchards

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Ninh Kieu Quay - Cai Rang Floating Market

Ninh Kieu Quay - Cai Rang Floating Market

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MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL 2017 - BACK TO MY CHILDHOOD

MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL 2017 - BACK TO MY CHILDHOOD

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DALAT FLOWERS FESTIVAL

DALAT FLOWERS FESTIVAL

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CAN THO - BA LUA ISLAND - BA HON DAM

CAN THO - BA LUA ISLAND - BA HON DAM

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Boating and Eating Our Way Through Vietnam's Rice Bowl

Boating and Eating Our Way Through Vietnam's Rice Bowl

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The canals and floating markets of the Mekong Delta made a scenic—and delicious—first stop in Vietnam. After crossing over by land from Cambodia, we decided to bypass Ha Tien on the border and go directly to Can Tho.

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6 Mekongdelta dishes that really cross the line

6 Mekongdelta dishes that really cross the line

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News website VnExpress has just released a list of Vietnamese dishes that may give you a heart attack but many say are very delicious.

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Grilled snakehead fish in Mekong Delta

Grilled snakehead fish in Mekong Delta

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Grilled snakehead fish are processed by Southern farmers after work end. When men freezer, slapped fishing ponds, the woman back into the fields to pick vegetables and sauce. Fish catch up just washed, um straw that can cook in the middle of the field windy and enjoying together.

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Vietnamese baguette-banh mi

Vietnamese baguette-banh mi

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A little-known secret is that the world's best sandwich isn't found in Rome, Copenhagen or even New York City, but on the streets of Vietnam. It begins with a light baguette grilled over coals. After a smear of mayonnaise and a dollop of pâté, the crispy shell is filled with meat, crunchy pickled vegetables and fresh herbs. It is then typically seasoned with a few drops of soy sauce and a spicy chilli condiment.

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vietnam travel guide

vietnam travel guide

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The kaleidoscopic nation of Vietnam boasts a spectacular blend of old and new, modern and ancient. While sprinting headlong into the modern era, Vietnam has a steadfast grip on its past – a fascinating balancing act that often leaves first-time visitors in awe. Though sometimes overwhelming, Vietnam is a destination that rewards travellers ready to embrace its charms and eccentricities.

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cai rang floating market

cai rang floating market

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A taxi driver picked me up from the hotel at 5:30am and dropped me off at the waterfront. I handed my ticket to a lady there, and she motioned to a guy nearby who came and whisked me away to his boat down the way. I can’t help but feel like they’ve got a system in place for these boat tours. If I’ve learned anything about Vietnam, it’s that the Vietnamese have very structured ways of doing things that aren’t always obvious to you – even when it seems like you’ve been thrown into utter chaos, things always seem to work out seamlessly in the end.

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