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The Mekong Delta is a network of distributaries in southwestern Vietnam, between Ho Chi Minh City and Cambodia. This region comprises 12 provinces. 

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The Mekong Delta is like no other region in Vietnam. It is comprised of dense green rice paddies, lazy and winding rivers. Everywhere in this area is filled with astonishing landscapes, both natural and artificial. The Mekong river is place where the Mekong splinters into nine separate branches. Around the river, there are homes, farms, and markets and it is place where you can see in a normal life of the local farmers.

The temperatures in the Mekong Delta are all year round about 25-28°C with only slight variations. The dry season in the Mekong Delta from October / November to April / May is the best time for a Mekong Delta tour. You can even visit  the Mekong Delta during the rainy season from May to October. The rain  does not last for long and mostly in the afternoon. Only a few days a year the temperature is below 20°C.

From Ho Chi Minh, you can take a scooter on your own. It is fast, easy, and cheap & it will take around 4 hours. Or you can travel by bus. You can buy a ticket directly at the ticket booth at West Coach Station or you can book online with some reputable companies: Phuong Trang, Toan Thang, Hoa Mai Limousine…..

Here are the must-visit attractions in the area: Ancient House of Mr. Vo Van Kiet (Vinh Long), Cai Be Floating Market (Tien Giang), Dong Tam Snake Farm (Tien Giang), Long Tuyen Ancient Village (Can Tho), Ninh Kieu Pier (Can Tho), Cai Rang Floating Market (Can Tho), Ba Chua Xu Temple (An Giang), Hon Khoai Island (Ca Mau), The cape of Ca Mau, Tram Chim National Park (Dong Thap)

Now, there are many floating markets in Mekong Delta like Nga Bay Floating Market (Hau Giang province); Nga Nam Floating Market (Soc Trang province); Cai Rang Floating Market (Can Tho); Cai Be Floating Market (Tien Giang province); Long Xuyen Floating Market (An Giang province), Tra On Floating Market (Vinh Long province), Phong Dien Floating Market (Can Tho). Cai Rang is a big wholesale market, and the most popular floating market of the region because of its location and accessibility.

There are lots of fruit orchards in Mekong Delta and three most famous orchards are Cai Be fruit orchard (Tien Giang); Cai Mon fruit orchard (Ben Tre); Vinh Long fruit orchard. The best time to visit these orchards is from May to August.Although, it can behot and humid, there is a variety of tropical fruits is fully grown during this time.

Mekong Delta is always a great destination where plenty of travelers choose for during their holidays. Visiting the water region is an awesome experience as it allows you to immerse into the tranquil natural charm by rowing through small and calm canals on boat, biking on village pathways, catching fish in shallow ditches and visiting traditional handicraft family businesses. It is advised to stay at least one night here if you have time.

The distance from Ho Chi Minh to Ben Tre is about 90km, which takes around 2 hours driving. Therefore, it is possible for a day trip to Ben Tre from Ho Chi Minh.

Ben Tre is famous for the land of Coconut with boat trip to islands Tan Quy and Phung Phung wards. Besides, other activities such as visiting orchards, bee-keeping farm, enjoying traditional music and participating in coconut candy production process at a local factory will be interesting experience for day trip in Ben Tre.

The Mekong Delta is a network of distributaries in southwestern Vietnam, between Ho Chi Minh City and Cambodia. This region comprises 12 provinces: Long An, Dong Thap, Tien Giang, An Giang, Ben Tre, Vinh Long, Tra Vinh, Hau Giang, Kien Giang, Soc Trang, Bac Lieu, and Ca Mau, along with the province-level municipality of Can Tho.