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May, 23 2014 09:16:14

Mekong Delta fruit festival at the end of May

The annual Cai Mon Fruit Festival will be held in Cho Lach District, Ben Tre Province from May 30 to June 3.

At the festival, visitors can admire and try famous fruit varieties such as Cai Mon durian and mangosteen, and see contests for choosing the best farmers.

Cai Mon in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta is a place famous for delicious fruits.

It takes only two hours from HCM City to Ben Tre Province. Visitors From Can Tho can go to Vinh Long Province and take the Dinh Khao Ferry there to reach Cho Lach District.

Ben Tre has around 35,000ha under fruits, mostly in Cho Lach District. — VNS



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