The month before Tết (Lunar New Year), which will falls on January 25, are the busiest for residents of Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta craft villages since demand for traditional specialties spike.
The Mekong Delta is full of rivers and rice fields. It also has things of cultural interest and of environmental interest for tourists to see.
Often referred to as the rice bowl of Việt Nam for its emerald-green rice paddies, the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta is rich in unspoiled countryside and peaceful rural settlements, an alluring region for nature and culture lovers.
Various spring festivals are taking place throughout the country.
Dried fish making villages in the Mekong Delta are entering their peak production season ahead of Tết (Lunar New Year), which falls on February 5 this year.
With a new cable car to open at its most famous tourist site, the riverside city of Châu Đốc is poised to become an important spiritual and cultural destination in the Mekong Delta. Ngọc Diệp reports.
The fish ‘belong’ to Phạm Văn Cường, 64, commonly known as Năm Cường, in Vĩnh Ngươn District, Châu Đốc City in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang.
Châu Đốc Town in the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of An Giang has launched a project on sustainable tourism for the 2018-2025 period to promote the town as a spiritual and cultural destination with unique tourism products and services.