TAG : Can Tho

  • Traditional cake festival to take place in Can Tho

    Traditional cake festival to take place in Can Tho

    A southern traditional cake festival will take place in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho from 6 to 9 April. As many as 200 booths will be set up, of which 100 will introduce traditional cakes of the southern region while the remainder will feature specialties from other regions and foreign countries. Highlights of the festival will include cake-making shows and contests, folk games, and southern folk music and dances. More than 160,000 visitors are expected to attend.

  • So near yet so far

    So near yet so far

    A touch of paradise can be found right within the Mekong Delta’s most bustling city.


  • Alice in Waterland

    Alice in Waterland

    The Mekong Delta is a place that can fire the imagination and, though certain to differ, reality can be just as pleasant.




    That Vietnam’s tourism sector is on the rise is beyond question but there are still so many things that need attention.


  • Nha Trang-Can Tho flights open

    Direct flights between Nha Trang and the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho have been officially opened. Travelling between the two has previously only been possible by a long road trip. The flights, operated by Vietravel and Vasco, will be conducted three times a week. Vietravel will also launch ten tours to develop the new route.

  • Mekong Delta Green Tourism Week 2015

    Mekong Delta Green Tourism Week 2015

    The Mekong Delta Green Tourism Week 2015 will attract participation from cities and provinces around the country and other large cities in the Greater Mekong Sub-region countries of Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos, together with a number of foreign organizations and businesses aiming to promote their tourism products to tourists and partners. The event will include meetings, conferences, fairs, green tourism investment promotions, and solutions for tourism connections and development between localities in the region. The week also includes a Tourism Exhibition and Fair with over 1,000 booths from local and foreign travel companies. Many cultural and artistic activities will also be at the fair, such as Cai luong (southern folk music and singing), a contest for tour guides, and an artistic gastronomy competition.



    Transport needs in the Mekong Delta, with its many rivers and canals, gave birth to dozens of types of boats and hundreds of variations.


  • Taxis cut fares

    Taxis cut fares

    Many taxi companies have slashed their fares by 4% to 12% following the recent fall in petrol prices. Of the 89 taxi companies in Hanoi, 39 have publicly announced new fares 4% to 12% lower than previously and eleven out of 61 other transport companies have cut fares by 11%, under a direction from the Hanoi Department of Transport. Similarly, the HCMC Department of Transport and the HCMC Taxi Association have asked the latter’s members to cut fares by VND500 per kilometre. Many taxi companies in Can Tho and Danang have also reduced their fares, by an average of VND500 per kilometre.

  • First Can Tho - Dalat flights begin

    The first flight between the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho and the central highlands city of Dalat in Lam Dong province took off today in a cooperative deal between the Vietnam Air Services Company (VASCO) and Vietravel, one of the country’s leading tour operators, helping to reduce the travel time between the two from 12 hours by road to just one hour by air. Until 6 August there will two flights a week, on Thursday and Sunday, using ATR 72 aircraft, with a one-way ticket costing VND999,000. Flight frequency will be increased based on demand. The new route is expected to boost tourism and economic development in the two regions. Last year Lam Dong province welcomed 1 million visitors travelling from Mekong Delta provinces by car while Can Tho city welcomed more than 1.1 million domestic visitors.

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