Can Tho Vietnam

Can Tho, Vietnam
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Can Tho is a place to experience the local life in a relaxed way. It is like a real life cultural experience and there are many things to do.

Can Tho is located on the south bank of the Hau River, the bigger branch of the Mekong River. It is in vicinity to Soc Trang, 1.5 hours from Long Xuyen, 3 hours from Chau Doc, and 169 km (3 hours) from Ho Chi Minh City.

Can Tho or Cần Thơ in Vietnamese is the biggest city of the Mekong Delta, in Vietnam. The name comes from “cầm thi giang” – river of poems. It is also referred to as “Tay Do” meaning “Western capital”. The city is famous for its floating markets, Buddhist pagodas, delicious food and fresh fruits and the beauty of the Mekong delta.

The climate is tropical and monsoonal with two seasons: rainy, from May to November; and dry, from December to April. Average annual humidity is 83%, rainfall 1,635 mm and temperature 27 °C.

Can Tho is a place to experience the local life in a relaxed way. It is like a real life cultural experience and there are many things to do. While there are a couple of museums, they only open on special days and even expats living in the city may have never visited them or even heard of them. Traveling in the Mekong Delta is about experiencing the here and now and feeling the fast pacing change that is going on in Asia, where “the old” is constantly merging with “the new”. The most famous activity in Can Tho in the morning is certainly the visit of the floating market, but there is much more to the city.

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