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21 thoughts on “Mekong Delta: In Search of the Cultural Heritages”

    1. Thanks for sharing your post! The Mekong Delta looks so different back then 🙂 Have you been there during the rainy season? All the fields were flooded and the river looks much wider.

      1. No, I’ve never been there during the rainy season, but I can imagine what it looks like. Thanks for having a look at my post.

  1. What a collection of beautiful buildings! Vinh Trang Temple caught my attention the most for its unusual architecture for a Buddhist place of worship. Although I also like the elegance of Mr. Kiet’s Old House. The Plain of Nine Dragons seems to be a very interesting place to visit. Thanks for introducing some of its gems to us!

  2. I love the lushness of this post. Your photos are beautiful and make me long to explore the delta more. I’ve been briefly to Can Tho, and to the Cai Rang market early one morning, an experience I’ll never forget. I had no idea about all those beautiful buildings! One day I’ll have to get back to Vietnam.
    Alison

  3. Your post is just what I needed today…to be transported to a place full of vibrance, beauty and history. Your photos are stunning. I love the watermelon boat and I gasped when I saw the Binh Thuy House—that turquoise colour and the lovely flowers make me happy.

  4. Thank you very much for sharing your beautiful pictures and for giving us a short introduction into this culture.
    We lived for quite a while in the middle of the Arctic centre of a water culture. Amazing, how different water cultures can be.
    All the best
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  5. These are great images. The architecture is fascinating. Hope to visit there in the near future.

    1. Thank you, Amy! I also hope I can see the Alhambra in the near future. I did plan a trip to Spain last year, but then the pandemic came 🙁

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