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Sapa is not only famous for the colorful mountains, terraced rise fields, passes up and down, but also well – know by The Medicinal bath of the Red Dao Ethnic

Coming to Sapa where is not only famous for the colorful mountains, terraced rise fields, passes up and down, but also well – know by The Medicinal bath of the Red Dao Ethnic. This is a long-time medicine that the local people here, every day they go into the forest and cut the medicinal plants to use for bath because according to their experience, these plants can treat many illness.

According to legend, on the last day of the year the Dao boiled leaves from the forest for medicinal bathing before welcoming the new year in. As this practice proves both effective and salubrious, a majority of Kinh people have considered it a unique feature of Red Dao culture. The Red Dao’s medicinal bathing has become one of the northern mountainous province‘s attractions, even though it is still a mystery to foreign tourists who first set foot in Sapa.

After a long day trekking, it’s good chance to go to the bathhouses of Ta Phin village. We went to Dao’Spa – Sapanapro, one among a handful of Dao women in Ta Phin who offers the service. Take this chance, I would like to share about a must-try experience while visiting Sapa:

How to make herbal water of the Red Dao

The number of ingredients in Red Dao herbal water can vary from 10 to 100, depending on the purpose of the users and how experienced the bath maker is. Nonetheless, there are some crucial types of herb. According to local people’s guidance, wild fokienia wood, also known as “Pemou wood”, is believed to be the best material to make the tub used in herbal bath since Pemou wood aromatic essential oil will be extracted by hot water, making it a wonderful scent which may last for even a few days.

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Based on the number of users, the amount of herbs used will be different. Normally, herbs is washed carefully and boiled for 3 hours until the water turns into red color with romantically typical scent.

They will boil these dried plants and bark in a water filled giant wok, over a charcoal fire, of course will take takes several hours to prepare. After several hours of brewing, the water is transferred to a wooden barrel tub. Taking this herbal baths, having just entered the bathroom, you will immediately caught a whiff of fragrant herds, enjoy the beautiful smell of these natural medicines. You can relax and soak your bones in traditional bath and wash away your aches, pains, worries and woes all at once in the privacy of our bathhouse.

According to local people here, for this herbal bath in Sapa, each herb remedy for bathing includes approximately 120 kinds of herbs, plants and bark used for the baths. But of that total there are 39 which are popular and about 10 which are indispensible. The herbs are boiled for 3-4 hours in 30-37oC to extract the essence, and then mixed in water to serve tourists. Average time to take herbal bath is 30 minutes.

The forests in tranquil Ta Phin, Vietnam, are lush with medicinal plants which are a valuable resource to the resident Red Dao ethnic minorities.

Like the sound of a warm herbal therapy bath in the lovely Sapa. With a grant, social enterprise Sapanapro was able to upgrade its spa facilities, allowing the ethnic Red Dao people to better commercialise their herbal remedies and improve their livelihoods

With a grant, social enterprise Sapanapro was able to upgrade its spa facilities, allowing the ethnic Red Dao people to better commercialise their herbal remedies and improve their livelihoods

Positive effects of using Red Dao herbal bath

According to the wisdom of the Red Dao people, an herbal spa is especially helpful for physical and mental fatigue, as it relaxes your body and renews your energy by enhancing overall circulation, soothing your daily tensions. For women, the herbal bath promotes skin beauty by opening pores, removing dead skin and impurities, and leaving the skin soft, clean, and silky smooth. The bath also relieves some chronic illnesses including rheumatism and joint pain. Herbal bath can help customers, with essential oil of local herbs, reduce negative effects of alcohol in the body, musculoskeletal pain, rheumatism and improve their health. On top of that, Sapa herbs can also a simple natural treatment for skin disease such as ulcer, acnes and psoriasis, etc.

Such a beautiful view from bathroom ^_^

Instruction for bath with traditional medicines (or herbal bath):

First Step: Please soak slowly your feet into water get familiar with temperature, and then put slowly your body until the water surface touch your chest. (Effects of traditional medicines will decrease if you put more water to decline temperature)

During bath time: You can use small bucket or towel to pour water to the part of body above water surface. (Eg: head and shoulder). You can use bathing water to wash your face and hair. You will sweat after 5-7 minutes to soak into water, especially in period 7-10 minutes. (Don’t worry, it’s normal sign)

Final Step: After 15-20 minutes, when your heartbeat and breathing rate increase. Please out of the bathtub, dry your body. (Don’t bath again by other water because it will decrease effects of traditional medicines).

Note: Careful control of temperature and time herbal bath in the following cases:

– You have gotten heart diseases or high blood pressure.

– You get drunk or drink too much alcohol.

– Pregnant women

If you soak your body in bathing water too long (more than 25 minutes), you can lose your balance in some minutes or being sleepy. This phenomenon is called “medicines drunk”. In this case, just call receptionists or staffs to help you. After 5-10 minutes, you will be fine.

Made from longstanding types of herb in Sapa, this service of Red Dao people is a must to any tourist. If you have a chance to visit Sapa, consider giving this amazing bath a try. It’s relaxing indeed.


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I have arrived in Myanmar on a very auspicious date, the Burmese new year, or Thingyan, the most celebrated festival in the country. Thingyan, Myanmar Water Festival, takes place toward the end of the hot, dry season and ushers in the Myanmar New Year. This festival is also celebrated in neighboring Theravada Buddhist countries; Songkran in Thailand and Laos, Chaul Chnam Thmey in Cambodia. Taking place from April 13 to 16 each year, the Buddhist festival of Thingyan is celebrated over four to five days, culminating on the Lunar New Year Day.

Commonly referred to as the Water Festival, Maha Thingyan allows people to celebrate the Burmese New Year. Despite this, Maha Thingyan is observed in mid-April on the Gregorian calendar. While the Water Festival is a Buddhist event, the Burmese government has made it a legal public holiday. This ensures that many Burmese citizens have the opportunity to enjoy the Water Festival. Maha Thingyan is a time for happiness and friendly attitudes.

Thinngyan is the most unique and colourful with the merriest occasion in Myanmar. Standing on bamboo stages erected along the streets, people splash water on passersby. Powerful water pipes douse people driving by in jeeps and trucks. The people throwing water each other since the Myanmar believe that Thinngyan water has the power to cleanse the evil and sins of the old year. The water symbolizes the washing away of the previous year’s bad luck and sins. On New Year’s Day itself, all the water-throwing ends. This day is celebrated by releasing captive fish and birds as acts of merit, and special feasts are held for monks.

Thingyan Celebrations:
Thingyan Eve: The first Thingyan celebrations begin on the day before the Water Festival. Thingyan Eve, or A-Kyo Nei, is a time for observing Buddhist beliefs.

Fasting: Many Buddhists observe Thingyan Eve through fasting. People who decide to fast for Thingyan Eve usually eat a single basic meal prior to noon. This meal is often very bland.

Observing the Eight Precepts: During Thingyan Eve, Buddhists are expected to observe the Eight Precepts of Buddhism. These Eight Precepts are similar to the Five Precepts. While observing the Eight Precepts, Buddhists must do the following: Refrain from killing living creatures, Refrain from stealing, Refrain from sexual activity, Refrain from lying or using incorrect speech, Refrain from using alcohol or drugs, Refrain from seeking entertainment, Refrain from eating during fasting periods, Refrain from sleeping on high places

Offerings to Monks: Many people in Myanmar celebrate Thingyan Eve by visiting a Buddhist temple. When visiting these temples, it is considered proper to leave an offering of green coconuts and bananas. These kinds of offerings usually consist of a single green coconut surrounded by a circle of bananas.

Washing the Buddha: Burmese people will also wash Buddha statues with sacred water that has been scented with flower extract. When washing Buddha statues, people start at the top by drizzling water over the head.

Night Celebrations: After the religious formalities of Thingyan Eve have been observed, Burmese people begin to relax and enjoy themselves. There are many lively celebrations that occur during the night of Thingyan Eve.

Music, Song, and Dance: While the Eight Precepts prohibit Buddhists from enjoying entertainment of any kind during the daytime, people are allowed to party to their hearts’ content as soon as night arrives. In nearly every village, city, and town in Myanmar, large stages are erected for the purpose of enjoying entertainment. These stages are made of wood and elaborately decorated with papier-mache and paint. Woman will dance to classical and contemporary music while wearing flower skirts. In addition to these flower skirts, Burmese women often wear padauck blossoms in their hair. The padauck blossom is also commonly referred to as the Thingyan flower due to its rarity and use during Maha Thingyan.

Parade of Locals: After enjoying live music and dancing, people celebrating Maha Thingyan parade the streets of their town or city while enjoying alcohol and the company of their friends and family members. These parades often consist of vehicles and decorated floats. Gyat, a form of Burmese rap, is commonly performed during these parades. Gyat is fairly controversial because it is a popular way of expressing distaste for social and political issues through music.

Water Festival Celebrations
Thinngyan water festival time is the merriest time for Myanmar young and old. Almost the whole populations are in the most joyous mood; roam around the city in cars or on foot to throwing and splashing water each other. Children use water pistols to drench their friends, relatives, and anyone else in range – only monks and the elderly are safe.
The primary event of Maha Thingyan is the Water Festival. This huge event is meant to celebrate the descent of Thagyamin, a celestial Buddhist figure, to Earth. The beginning of the Water Festival, or A-Kya Nei, is marked with the firing of a water cannon into a public area. While the cannon is fired, people run out to collect the water with pots and buckets. The collected water is then poured over the ground. This is followed by a short prayer. Just like Thingyan Eve, these religious rituals are followed by festive activities. Water throwing with toy guns, balloons, and hoses takes place in many areas of Myanmar.

If you are planning to Myanmar tours, Thingyan is undoubtedly the best time of the year to visit. Besides the fun-filled activities and the festive atmosphere, you’ll be sure to meet lots of Burmese, who are always friendly saying “Mingalabar”

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I studied diplomacy at university then surely tourism was not my major, yet, right after graduation I decided to be a travel consultant. After two years in this industry so far, I know that my choice is right.

It is definitely not an easy job as being an inbound travel consultant, you will work with people from different countries all around the world with different time zones, cultures, habits and sometimes even languages (in this case google translate will be a helpful tool). And do not like other popular occupations, a travel consultant is sometimes required to work even on holiday or at night. Still, forget about all the challenges, there are many little joys that make me enjoy being a travel consultant every single day.

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Firstly, the chance to learn about different cultures. It is very lovely to finally put a face to the name when clients manage to meet up with me briefly during their time in Hanoi. After just working with each other via email, sometimes even for months, meeting clients in person is always a nice surprise for me. The funny thing is that through formal exchanging emails, some thought that I was a middle aged lady and then I turned out to be a young girl at my early twenties, we often have a good laugh over that one. Besides sharing about their travel experiences, we often also talk about a lot of things, from the different education system between the two countries, average wages and sometimes we even complain about government’s tax. It is very interesting when the first time my clients who are now my dear friends from Italy give me a couple of pecks on the cheek when it’s time to say goodbye. This is just one in a million things that I found different from an asian country like Vietnam. Being a travel consultant give me a great chance to discover different cultures in the world and that makes my job an enjoyable one.


Receiving lovely little gifts from clients is also a joy of being travel consultant. Have not yet travelled to many countries, still my friends often jealous with my little collection of souvenirs from Australia, Canada, Italy, Israel, etc. My little treasure including an australian aboriginal plate, 1972 6 coins of Israel Official Mint Set Collection, keychains with unique image of Napoli, Italy and many other lovely souvenir. It is always a big surprise and happiness when clients take their time to choose such meaningful gifts and bring them from a million miles away to Vietnam for me.


A lot of opportunities to travel for free. Being a travel consultant means that you have to know well about the routes and services including hotels, cruises, restaurants, etc. During the low season, we are offered many chances to inspect nice cruises on Halong Bay or Mekong River which others may need to pay hundred of dollars to go on. Each year, we take turn to go on oversea inspection trips in Indochina region, from Cambodia, Burma to Laos and Thailand.


For those who love travelling and interested in cultures learning like me, being a travel consultant with above mentioned joys will be a very suitable job

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Travel Consultant – What do we do?

One day, you look into your timetable and realize that you’re going to have a long holiday. Why don’t we travel somewhere? Why don’t we come to swim in the deep blue sea in Pacific Ocean and bath under the sunshine on a beautiful island? Or go climbing/hiking in the mountainous area? Meeting new people, learning a new language and see how large the world is. Yes, you decide to have a great trip ever!

You eager to explore the cities, the beautiful landscapes, the unique culture, etc. You started searching about the place you would like to come. Unfortunately, before bathing in the real ocean, you have to swim in an information ocean first – things to do, what to eat, where to live. There are too many choices and  other people’s comments on TripAdvisor and doesn’t help much- you don’t have enough time to read everything and you become frustrated, don’t know what you’re looking for. More than that, Monday is coming and you’re too busy with your schedule, housework, meeting, exam and other things. It is the moment you need a Travel Consultant.

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Becoming a Travel Consultant, like other jobs in the service department, the most important skills are listening – we listen to our customers like we’re listening to our friends sharing her/his problems and wishes. A good travel consultant will assist you, ask you some important questions, and based on your information, will suggest the itinerary, amend it until you satisfied. They recommend appropriate hotels, quoting the price and answer almost the questions related to your trip. Checking the availability, book the services, prepare needed documents, keep contacting with suppliers and make sure the service is done properly during your trip. Informing changes and handling problems occurred. That’s the main work of a travel consultant.

So, have you ever curious about the pros and cons of this job?


To be a Travel Consultant, we need to practice calming skills. We are trained to be patience, patience and patience – always be kind and cautious with our customers. Looking at our neat and polite emails, you may not know some stories behind it.

Sometimes, it can be a hotline call coming at midnight, or an urgent request. Working with customers coming from other countries, we follow the time zone of our customers.

Sometimes my friends kept asking what I was doing on my phone while having coffee with them. Or refuse a dinner date because a new request arrives at 6.pm, right before the check-out time.

Sometimes it’s about a sudden storm, that makes the itinerary become a mess, or the cruise trip has been canceled. Then when our guests get angry, it will be our apology the very first.

Sometimes it was a disappoint when we follow 20 emails to assist our guests, chatting and discussing at any time, then they turned their back away, not leaving a line to say goodbye. Or the feeling of feckless in the peak season when all the cruises or hotels are full of occupancy – and we have to say sorry because we didn’t help much!


Life, love, and job – they all seem like a chocolate bar – bitter and sweetness mixing together. Among the depress days, there are joyful days.

It is because we’re working in the service department, that we have lovely colleagues, who are understandable and ready to support us anytime we need, not about knowledge and work, but about balancing life and creating motivation.

And we also have a great network connection with so many suppliers, that willing to help to check the availability at midnight and arrange urgent services. We are not alone!

The inspection trip is always the interesting part – we’re offered the good accommodation with cheap prices, taste delicious food, go to the new places, see the famous sightseeing – that make us feel lucky (even just one or two trips for a year in low season, we’re still happy for that).

On an inspection trip to Trang An - Ninh Binh

On an inspection trip to Trang An – Ninh Binh

But, above all, the best motivation is our customer’s compliments. Believe me, there is nothing – even free trips and the salary – greater than good comments. It is so meaningful when we know our work is appreciated and we’re helping someone to have great experience and memories in their life.

Even you don’t book the services with us, we always thank you if you drop a line sharing your decision. We can’t express our thanks to the gifts from our customers. It might be just a small statue or a box of chocolate, or stories about your country – we love everything.

gift from customers

gift from our customers -source: internet

My close friends and colleagues said that it’s hard for me because I sometimes over sensitive, but I would rather love doing a job giving me feelings  and inspiration, and Travel Consultant is a job like that up until now.

How do you think about Travel Consultant? Do you have anything to confess? I would love to hear your comments. Thank you for reading and hope you a great day.


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Peach Blossom – the special flower only blossoms in Tet

We just get back to work after Tet about 2 weeks and I have to say we still feel the atmosphere and the spirit of the holiday, which is a bit lazy and not fully concentrate on working.

As many years, Vietnam government have had in mind an idea of changing the Lunar New Year , to combine Tet with the New Year Eve with many other countries in the world.

They have their reasons and they are not completely wrong. We normally have 9 days of celebrating Tet. This could be too long, not to mention that Tet is after New Year Eve a month so we could get two holidays back to back and the affects to working time with foreigners because of the different celebrating period.

Tet also bring back old minded and behavior like a big feast, a whole month of playing, mass of worships and presents… Not to mention alcohol and the consequences of alcoholism. Not to mention gambling during Tet. Not to mention the fights when drinking, gambling. Not to mention the traffic accident in Tet …

If we want to join in the world economic and keep up with the world, this should be changed. They said we have made many changed many thing from the past, such as long hair, long nails, wooden clogs, using hieroglyphs… all of them can be changed so Tet is not an exception.

In tourism, Tet makes the cost of many services rocketing and even not available for you, causing lack of communication with your travel agents or can not visit any place because they are closed.

However, in the other hands, Tet is something special and meaningful to me and many other Vietnamese. There are many special things that we only willing and dare to do in this moment, like gathering together, saying loving word to our relatives, forgive any misunderstanding or dissidence, or don’t mind losses in helping others…

This is not about the date. This special feeling is only happened when we feel the weather start little rain, all flowers are blossoming and see the number 30 on our lunar calendar.

For tourist, you can have a change to see the unique in our cultural, enjoy a non-busy street during these days. And if you are lucky, you can join with a local family and blend yourself in our feeling to deeply understand it.

Another Tet has gone and we are now facing this question again. This time, we would like to hear your thought about this. Your opinion could make us realize to change this event or make us feel more confident to continue what we are doing. Look forward to any comments.


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Each year, after the New Year Year about 2 weeks, everybody in Vietnam is getting excited and looking forward to our biggest holiday – Tet.

We need to work harder than normal days, concentrate to finish all the undone jobs and also arrange some future works after the holiday to have a long holiday without worrying about anything at work.

However, we are “lucky” to have our office not in the Old Quarter like others, but right next to a big kumquat garden. During January, they are always busy for customers who comes to check and buy a nice and fortunate kumquat to bring home for Tet.

Kumquat is an unique mascots in Tet in the North of Vietnam with Peach Blossom, while Apricot Blossom is represented for the South.

During a years, for 12 months, this garden has witnessed many changes, after each months. From the worst to the most beautiful that not many offices in Hanoi can have.

This was what happened after Tet in 2015. Trees had been bought and the garden looked like a mess!

Then the farmers start fixing it with new soil, using calcium carbonate to prevent worms, gathering left trees to arrange them in line.

New trees are arrived for the coming season. The thing is after Tet, these tree didn’t die. You can choose to throw it away or sell it back to the farmer or hire them to take care of your tree for the next Tet if you really like it’s posture.

These trees have to be green for the whole year and not have fruits until one month before Tet. This is a special technique of the farmers and they spend about 11 months to take care their garden while having a second job like others people.


Finally, when we are about one week to reach Tet at the moment, these trees are ready to bring home and getting decorated to stand out in the living room.

We could be distracted by this lovely view but our team are proud to have it outside our window! Happy a New Year of Monkey! Wish you are always full of energy and happiness like him!

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Our last temples today will be the Bayon – a popular temple that have seen somewhere. The giant stone faces of Bayon have become one for the most recognizable images connected to classic Khmer art and architecture. Most of towers sporting four carved faces oriented toward the cardinal points.

Who the faces might represent is a matter of debate but you can not deny that these face make this place really mystery and a bit scary if you are here alone. Indochina tour Cambodia


The smiley face is carved on most tower in Bayon

Now, since part 1, you might wonder, “where are the crowded tourists and visitors in these pictures?” Many friends of mine, they was surprised when I show them these pictures so I’m happy to share with you some tips here:

  • Don’t go in a common way. Most temples in Angkor have 4 gates with the main gate faces to the East and most of them can be entered. So, to avoid crowded people, let take start at the opposite gate in the West.
  • Travel in low season, from June to September. But, please aware that this is also summer time and the heat could be easy to knock you down.
  • Be patient but fast at the same time! Even following 2 things above, these temples are always busy. Just let people go first then you will have time for your photos and do it quickly if you don’t want to stay there forever.

Now, bring your camera with a huge memory card and a big bottle of water then you are ready for this!

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I have seen hundred pictures about Angkor but when I get there, it’s still shock me with its marvelous. It’s beyond from pictures and since the first time I got there, I always try to come back.

First of all, Angkor is not all about Angkor Wat. This is a huge complex and Angkor Wat is only one of many temples in there and it’s also one of the most famous one.

I’m not trying to write details about these temples as it will take pages for one temples and I don’t have that much information. But, I will show you some of my photos and let the rest for you to find out when you get there.

To visit all temples in this complex, it might take more than a week and we usually don’t have enough time so here is some must see temples that you don’t want to miss in one day visiting.


The West Gate of Angkor Wat


Number 1 spot is always Angkor Wat, the centerpiece of any visit to the temples in Angkor. Angkor Wat is visually, architecturally and artistically breathtaking. It is a massive three-tiered pyramid crowned by five lotus-like towers rising  from the ground. After years, some part of it is destroyed but this temple still well delivers a good taste from the past.

The next temples in our list is Ta Prohm. Located deep in a jungle, this temple is well known for tree-in-temple because of massive fig and silk-cotton trees grow from the towers and corridors. These trees are perfectly blended with the sky, clouds, rock and damaged-temples to create an amazing looking.

In Ta Prohm, there is a famous tree that everybody come here want to take a picture. And this tree is also on the big screen in the movie “Tomb Raider”.

The last temple will be in my next post and make sure you don’t miss it as I will share some tips to get a good picture with less people in there.


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You might hear that there’s really not many things to do in the city proper and it’s totally true. But if you love the peaceful time in Cambodia and you prefer to have more time to relax while experience Khmer’s Cultural or you are tired of busy city like Siem Reap, this city is completely fit for you.


The symbol and the protected god of the city – Stick God, an old general.

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Staying in Battambang, you will feel a peaceful in your mind as all of things are happening slowly and you can spend hours in a nice and cozy coffee shop. If it rain, it even make the time in Battambang more emotional.

To get your leg more active, you can try a bamboo sliding train in this city. It would be really funny when you get on a platform made by bamboo and call it “train”. And when two “train” meet each other on the rail, you can show your gallant to step aside, pick up your train to clear the path.


The bamboo sliding railway. Only one!

Another place is Ek Phnom, an substantial early-11th century Angkorian-era temple ruin built as a Hindu temple under the ruler Suryavarman I. The temple is in rough condition, consisting of prasats on a platform with some Hindu themed carvings in pretty good condition. Cambodia travel packages


Most of the temple is damaged by war and time.

In front of it is Wat Ek Phnom, a modern Buddhist pagoda, sits picturesquely next to the ruin and a small lake. The river road drive to Ek Phnom from Battambang passes through some absolutely beautiful countryside, along a palm lined Stung Sangker river and through several small villages.


This is an interesting mixed between Hindu and Buddhism but the giant Buddha wasn’t finished.


The Buddha Statue is so mystical and powerful

At night, the finest circus in Cambodia located in this town can be easy to help you entertain yourself and you can walk around for many local foods and beer garden!

This could be a good comma for your trip in Cambodia and let you have more time to think about life.

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A popular stopover town in Mekong Delta, Chau Doc is a one-night stop for travellers before leaving Vietnam to Cambodia.


A part of Chau Doc Town

For years, this town has many investments from the government but all most everything is still in basic and this town offers you a peaceful and non-technology atmosphere. To be the last destination in Vietnam, most of travellers only spend one night in here as a result, they also miss a chance to see many great things of this town, which you can have a pure experience. Mekong river cruise

Stay here more than one night, you can visit Sam Mountain, the highest mountain in Mekong Delta (284m). This mountain is a popular place for local people workout. You will see a lot of people walk up and down this mountain to keep fit. There are about 200 temples and shrines in this mountain but on top, there is nothing too special but you will see the whole city with endless green field and it’s worth to climbing up there.

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The rice field seems never end!


Chau Doc is one of the town has produce the largest crop in Mekong Delta.

And the most famous temple in Chau Doc is Ba Chua Xu Temple. A festival will be hold annually, last for 7 days from 23rd April to 27th April based on Moon Calendar. Thank to this festival, each year, more than 2 million visitors has come here to join and pray for their family. According to tales, people believe they can ask for anything if they worship enough and remember to pay back when they achieve.

hoang huu thanh

Main building of the temple is well maintain thanks to visitor’s payback.

From Chau Doc, there is another place that you might want to see is the Tra Su Mangrove Forrest. A stunning scene with full of green will let you come close to Mother Nature.


A green scene to relax your eyes!

Before saying goodbye Vietnam, you can stand at the pier and look toward Cambodia and feel the great of Mekong River.


A great view from Vietnam to Cambodia!

With these little things, I believe Chau Doc is worth for you to stay longer, take it slow and forget the rest of the world for a moment.

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