Can Tho

  • Can Tho Overview
    This is one among Vietnam’s biggest cities, which is situated in the heart of the Mekong Delta region, within a network of rivers and canals. The province shares the common borders with five other provinces: An Giang in the north, Dong Thap in the north-east, Hau Giang in the south, Kien Giang in the west, and Vinh Long in the east.
  • Floating Markets
    Cai Rang Floating Market is the cities main wholesale market and some say the most well-known floating market in the Mekong (However others say Phong Đien is more popular) being the main floating wholesale market there are a lot of medium and larger size boats compared to other floating markets which you may have already seen on your Mekong trip.
  • Binh Thuy ancient house
    Binh Thuy ancient house is situated on Bui Huu Nghia Street, Binh Thuy District, Can Tho city. The house features the French architectural style with five compartments and two roofs. Binh Thuy ancient house was constructed in 1870 by the Duong family.
  • Bang Lang Stork Garden
    Bang Lang Stork Garden lies within the area of Binh Thoi hamlet, Thoi Thuan commune, Thot Not district, Can Tho city. Upon passing the north of Vam Cong, from Lo Te intersection, visitors go along the No. 80 Highway for about 80km before reaching a small canal named Bang Lang.