A flat landscape where rice paddies stretch as far as the eyes can see.
Located at the crossroad of waterways, Chau Doc is the most important town in An Giang.
The town is best known for its “Market of Pickled Fish” which specializes in conserved fish. A wide variety can be found in this nearly 110-year-old market.
The birthplace of the unique Lanh My A silk which has a remarkable glossy appearance.
Lanh My A silk is considered a rare material because the production is extremely labor-demanding.
It is Mekong Delta’s highest peak (230m) and a prominent pilgrimage site.
The mountain is named after Bà Chúa Xứ Núi Sam (or Sam Mountain Goddess) whose statue is highly revered across southern provinces.
The view from the top of Sam Mountain is truly breathtaking.
This flooded forest covers an area of 850 ha, with cajuput trees as the dominant species.
Aside from cajuput trees, over 140 types of plants grow in Tra Su today. It also becomes a habitat for many types of birds, mammals, reptiles, and fish.
The pleasant color spreads to the horizon, and there are only the sounds of the forest.
Cajuput trees grow in lines and look as though they are making arches.