Xu Hướng 2/2024 # Walking Through Vietnam For 56 Days With 0 Vnd # Top 10 Xem Nhiều

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Nguyen Van Toan, who lives and runs an online business in Ho Chi Minh City, has always dreamed of walking across Vietnam. The guy born in 1993 wants to break his limit, and push himself into real situations to know how to handle the situation when it’s difficult. His plan is to walk across Vietnam in 57 days, about 50 km each day to complete the goal. When talking about this idea to friends and family, most are skeptical and don’t believe it.

Van Toan in his 56-day trek across Vietnam.

On January 22, after a year of work arrangement and physical training, combined with strict nutrition, the young man set out on the road, starting from the landmark Dat Cape Ca Mau. Toan walked along the main road of the country, every time he went to the landmark or the greeting sign of the province, he took pictures. To record the number of kilometers he travels each day, he wears a sports watch.

In the first days of the journey, because of carrying a heavy backpack, Toan hurt all over, especially his legs. “At that time, because I was just going, I was not used to such a long road, so there were times when I wanted to give up, but I always think about why I wanted to start and get up again. The first stage is the hardest.” All share.

He called his trip “0 dongs” because he did not use money, often going to people’s houses to beg for food and shelter. According to him, that’s why he wanted to make the trip to see how he adapts and overcomes difficulties, experiences the story and the way he’s gone by talking to locals. “I will give them back by sharing business knowledge so that the store can increase sales and better market the store,” Toan explained.

Every day at 5:00 am, he posts his travel schedule on social networks. Many people follow Toan’s journey, looking forward to where he has gone. “After going for a while, people on social networks began to pay attention to my journey, many stages of which I was found by followers online, giving me food, drinks and offers to stay. “, Toan said.

Toan could not forget the memorable memories of the journey, especially in the first days of the trip. When he was 15 km away from Ca Mau city, Toan went to a man’s house to ask for food. This person did not hesitate to invite him into the house. While eating and asking questions, Toan learned that he made rice for charity and provided free medical treatment for people. The meeting touched Toan and learned the lesson “you don’t have to wait until you are rich to give to others, but you should always give, give anything: knowledge, how to…”.

After that, Toan set foot in Ca Mau city and walked all day in the sun, so he lost his strength. The city at night makes people wary. Toan could not find a place to rest and ask for food, so he went to the park to sleep. Around 11 pm, after taking a break for 20 minutes, a robber ran up to him and tried to rob him. At that time, reflexively, although he was almost exhausted, Toan hugged his backpack and ran all the way to the bottom of the bridge to escape, sleeping there. People with pain, but not used to sleeping on the street, clearly remember the feeling of mosquito bites “no room left on his body”, but at 5 am he still got up to leave, exactly as scheduled.

His favorite places on the journey are Phan Rang, Ninh Thuan and Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan because of the beautiful coastal road, white sand and clear blue water. He remembers the feeling of sleeping on the sand at night, the night is cold, but in return witnessing the sunrise by the sea is a wonderful thing.

Toan spent the night on the sand in Phan Rang, waking up was the dawn.

This coastal road is also a memorable memory for Toan. That day, we walked 70 km along the coast, looked at the map, and saw that there were many houses, Toan thought it was a homestay, but when he arrived, it was a tourist area, most of which were closed at this time. Loss of strength and water is gone, food is no longer available, he thought of a way to wave the car over to ask for some bread to get strength. After that, he went until 23:00 but still couldn’t find a house, so he had to sleep on the sand, and the next morning, he left to continue.

So on April 1st, one day ahead of schedule, Toan arrived at Lung Cu flagpole, Ha Giang province, completed the trip in 56 days, and was overjoyed. The trip made the young man’s face, which was originally white, turned black and crisp, covered with more frost, but he did not regret anything.

After the journey, Toan wanted to convey: “When you have an idea or want something, you need to act immediately, because only action will bring results. The barrier is created by yourself, and when you do it, you need to act. really want something that will definitely work. Nothing is impossible.”

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Đăng bởi: Thị Mỹ Mông

Từ khoá: Walking through Vietnam for 56 days with 0 VND

Best Lake Resorts In Vietnam For Summer Get

Lake resorts in Vietnam might situate within the forest of the national reserve, in a village with green stretching patty fields, or on the islet of a huge mountain lake. Here are some options of the best lake resorts for your next retreat trip to this amazing land.


The landscape surrounds Amanoi Resort. Photo by Amanoi Resort  

Address: Vinh Hy Village, Vinh Hai Commune, Ninh Thuan Province, Vietnam

Phone: 0259 377 0777

Type: Luxury Mountain Resort

Suitable for: Couples, Families, Eco-traveling, Retreat, Adventures

Price range: 27.800.000 VND – 165.000.000 VND/couple/night

Ideal time for traveling: May – Aug  

The landscape surrounds Amanoi Resort. Photo by Amanoi Resort  

Amanoi has pavilions and wellness villas beside the natural lakes of Nui Chua, the clifftop restaurants and pool, and a private beach on Vinh Hy. The Spa’s environmental-friendly design offers a completely tranquil space, in which they provide high-class Vietnamese traditional therapies.

Inside Amanoi Resort. Photo by Amanoi Resort  

Additional experiences provided by Amanoi are the 27km trekking tour of Nui Chua, and family activities such as archery practice sessions, tennis, local cookery classes, and private painting class.  

Avana Retreat

The waterfall runs through the fertile area. Photo by Avana Retreat

Address: Panh Village, Bao La Commune, Mai Chau, Hoa Binh

Type: Luxury Mountain Resort

Suitable for: Couples, Families, Eco-traveling, Retreat, Adventures

Price range: 8.000.000 VND – 26.000.000 VND/couple/night

Ideal time for traveling:  Mar-May, Sep-Nov

Mountain view from Avana. Photo by Avana Retreat

With a total number of 36 villas nested in the tropical forest with a stunning waterfall running through the area, Avana Retreat is a top resort when coming to the grandiose land of North Vietnam.

This resort provides the experience that combines the feeling of being immersed in amazing nature with the eye-opening opportunity to see the rich cultural life of the local ethnic groups of Mai Chau. Avana Retreat invited ethenic craftsmen to contribute to the construction of the resort, due to their deep knowledge in making villa’s earth walls, rattan ceiling, and thatched roof.

Eco-friendly practices in Avana. Photo by Avana Retreat

Aravinda Resort

The peaceful local village. Photo by Aravinda Resort

Address: Hai Nham Hamlet, Ninh Hai Commune, Hoa Lu District, Ninh Binh Province, Vietnam

Phone: 0868 896 885

Type: Luxury Village Resort

Suitable for: Couples, Families, Eco-traveling, Retreat, Adventures

Price range: 2.500.000 VND – 7.300.000 VND/couple/night

Ideal time for traveling:  May-Jul, Sep-Oct

Tranquil space with oriental rural soul. Photo by Aravinda Resort

Although this resort isn’t located next to any lake, Aravida is surrounded by many lotus swamps and the famous Van Long Wetland Natural Reserve in Ninh Binh. Featuring the local green living concept, this resort utilizes local materials for constructing; local recipes, and ingredients for both spa and cuisine experiences.

The swamp nearby. Photo by Aravinda Resort

The name “Arivinda” (in Sanskrit) means blue lotus, the representation of tranquility, belief, and purified heart. Coming here, it’s the chance for tourists to detox both body and mind with local herbal spa treatments, boat rowing, cooking classes, and tours to nearby local destinations such as  Tam Coc, Mua Cave, Hoa Lu Ancient Citadel, and Van Long Natural Reserve.

Terracotta Hotel & Resort Dalat

Overlook the resort on Tuyen Lam Lake. Photo by Terracotta Resort & Spa

Address:  Tuyen lam Lake, Ward 3, Dalat, Vietnam

Phone: 0263 388 3838

Type: Lake Resort

Suitable for: Couples, Families, Retreat, Adventures

Price range: 2.600.000 VND – 20.000.000 VND/couple/night

Ideal time for traveling:  Nov-Apr

Modern western interior design. Photo by Terracotta Resort & Spa

Located on the small islet of Tuyen Lam Lake Dalat, Terracotta Resort & Spa offers the perfect view and immersive feeling of the vast beautiful mountain lake. This modern Western architecture style hides among the old pine forest of the lake, tourist can reach here by both on-land transportation and via boat/kayak.

Now, it’s time for you to make the decision on which lake resorts for this summer trip to Vietnam! Choose wisely!

Đăng bởi: Ngọc đoàn

Từ khoá: Best lake resorts in Vietnam for summer get-away

Places In Vietnam With Beautiful Scenery Like Japanese Cartoons Make Young People Fall In Love

De Ngoc Thuy – Long Bien

Ngoc Thuy dike in Long Bien or also known as Bo De dike, for many young people in Hanoi, must not be too strange to this dyke. This place has long been famous in the world of “photographers” because of its poetic and peaceful scenery in the midst of the urban bustle.

Photo: @haivan.lt

Just go through the Chuong Duong bridge, and you will see the dike road on the right, follow the dike for about 500m to reach this virtual living coordinate. Here most of the grass is reed, so it grows quite high, green in succession, above are straight street light poles, sometimes there is a bus parked across. The scene there appears full of peace and dreams that make young people “fever” because they are identical to the scenes in famous Japanese cartoons.

Photo: @Bui Ngoc Cong

The area of ​​concrete stairs in the middle of the dike is the place that makes many young people crazy because the picture is so beautiful. There are people who suddenly pass by, catch a glimpse of the vast grassland leaning in the wind, and quickly stop the car, take a look and take a few pictures as a souvenir. In the middle of a large space filled with green colors, everyone seems to feel like they are transformed into the main character in the story in a fairyland.

Photo: @bachoii.99, @nd.dat_, @caube.duc

Ngoc Thuy dike area is more attractive every autumn than ever because the field of green reed grass is gradually adding a layer of white cotton. The grass branches bend to the cool autumn wind, making people’s hearts even more fluttered by the unusual beauty of the city.

Photo: @ntt.12

Hoa Trung Lake – Da Nang

Hoa Trung Lake is a beautiful tourist destination in Da Nang in Lien Chieu district, about 20km northwest of Da Nang city center. This place is famous for being a large steppe with charming scenery of a clear lake surrounded by mountains and hills. Previously, Hoa Trung lake was an artificial lake used for irrigation as well as people’s daily life. Later, the lake became a popular picnic spot for many people.

Photo: @_jane_pham, @iamlttho

Although there are no rich miniatures, the poetic scenery here is enough to create many beautiful angles, especially the road located right next to the embankment surrounding the lake with green meadows is currently a check-in point for many people. young people welcome.

Photo: @vivudanang

The context here is simple but very peaceful, just like the village in Japanese cartoons with clear blue sky, lush grass, and in the distance there are still standing lamp posts. All give you a sense of peace, indeed an ideal place to dispel the fatigue of daily life.

Photo: @iam_nhu_y

The best time to visit Hoa Trung Lake is from September to the end of October. At this time, the water in the lake begins to recede to reveal the picturesque, flat green grass, a very beautiful beauty. Very peaceful in the heart of the bustling city.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Thị Ánh Tuyết

Từ khoá: Places in Vietnam with beautiful scenery like Japanese cartoons make young people fall in love

Bài 56: Cây Phát Sinh Giới Động Vật

SGK Sinh Học 7 – Bài 56: Cây phát sinh giới Động vật

Bài 56 CÂY PHÁT SINH GIỚI ĐỘNG VẶT I – BẰNG CHÚNG VỂ Mối QUAN HỆ GIỮA CÁC NHÓM ĐỘNG VẬT ■ Ngay từ đầu thế kỉ XIX, người ta đà phát hiện ra những di tích của động vật trong các lớp đá, được gọi là di tích hoá thạch (hình 56.1). Di tích hoá thạch của lưỡng cư cổ được phát hiện cách hiện nay khoảng 350 triệu năm. Trên di tích hoá thạch này, lưỡng cư cổ còn mang đậm nét những đặc điểm của cá vây chân cổ. Năm 1861 người ta đã phát hiện được di tích hoá thạch của chim cổ in trong đá, cách hiện nay khoảng 150 triệu năm. Trên hoá thạch này, chim cổ vẫn mang nhiều đặc điểm của bò sát. Đuoi dai tỊch Ịioá Ịhạch Hoá thạch chim cổ chim cổ được phục chế Hình 56.1. Di tích hoá thạch và di tích hoá thạch được phục chê’ của một vài động vật có xương sống cổ V – Trên hình 56.2A, hãy gạch chân một nét nhừng đặc điểm của lưỡng cư cổ giống với cá vây chân cổ, gạch chân hai nét những đặc điểm của lưỡng cư cổ giống với lưỡng cư ngày nay. Trên hình 56.2B, hãy gạch chân một nét những đặc điểm chim cổ giông với bò sát ngày nay. Những đặc điểm giông và khác nhau đó nói lên điều gì về môi quan hệ họ hàng giữa lưỡng cư cổ và cá vây chân cổ, chim cổ và bò sát cổ. Vây đuôi Chi năm ngón Hình 56.2. A – Lưỡng cư cô’ B – Chim cổ Lông Di tích cũa nắp mang Chân có 3 ngón trước, 1 ngón sau 3 ngón đèu có n – CÂY PHÁT SINH GIỚI ĐỘNG VẬT 1. Động vật nguyên sinh 2. Ruột khoang 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Giun dẹp Giun tròn Giun đốt Thân mềm Chân khớp Động vật có xương sống Hình 56.3. Sơ đổ cây phát sinh giới Động vật ■ Theo học thuyết tiến hoá, những cơ thê có tổ chức càng giông nhau phản ánh quan hệ nguồn gốc càng gần nhau. Người ta có thể minh hoạ quan hệ họ hàng giữa các loài sinh vật bằng một cây phát sinh (hình 56.3) Cây phát sinh là một sơ đồ hình cây phát ra những nhánh từ một gốc chung (tổ tiên chung). Các nhánh ấy lại phát ra những nhánh nhỏ hơn từ những gốc khác nhau và tận cùng bằng một nhóm động vật. Kích thước của các nhánh trên cây phát sinh càng lớn bao nhiêu thì số loài của nhánh đó càng nhiều bấy nhiều. Các nhóm có cùng nguồn gốc có vị trí gần nhau thì có quan hệ họ hàng gần với nhau hơn. Ví dụ : Cá, Bò sát, Chim vàThú có quan hệ họ hàng gần với nhau hơn so với quan hệ họ hàng của chúng với Giáp xác, Nhện và Sâu bọ. Quan sát, đọc chú thích trên sơ đồ cây phát sinh hình 56.3, trả lời những câu hỏi sau : Cho biết ngành Chân khớp có quan hệ họ hàng gần với ngành Thân mềm hơn hay là gần với Động vật có xương sống hơn. Cho biết ngành Thân mềm có quan hệ họ hàng gần với ngành Ruột khoang hơn hay với ngành Giun đốt hơn. Giới Động vật tù khỉ được hĩnh thành đã có cáu tạo thường xuyên thay đổi theo hướng thích nghỉ với những thay đổi cùa điều kiện sóng. Các loài động vật đều có quan hệ họ lỉầng với nhau. Người ta đã chứng minh lưỡng cư cổ bát nguồn từ cá vây chân cổ, bò sát cổ bát nguồn từ lưỡng cư cổ, chỉm cổ và thú cổ bát nguồn từ bò sát cổ… Qua cây phát sinh tháy được mức độ quan hệ họ hàng cùa các nhóm động vật với nhau, thậm chí còn so sánh được nhánh nào có nhiều hoặc ít toài hon nhánh khác. ígâu hài Trình bày ý nghĩa và tác dụng của cây phát sinh giới Động vật. Cá voi có quan hệ họ hàng gần với hươu sao hơn hay với cá chép hơn ? jm có biết _ Trái Đất ra đời từ 4 600 triệu năm về trước. 3 000 triệu năm về trước vi khuẩn và vi khuẩn lam đầu tiên đã xuất hiện. Động vật không xương sông đã xuất hiện tôi thiểu khoảng 600 triệu năm trở về trước. Bò sát đầu tiên, khoảng 280 đến 230 triệu năm. Chim khoảng 150 triệu năm ; còn thú đầu tiên có hình dáng tựa như con chuột sống trên cây vào khoảng 200 triệu năm cùng thời với khủng long. Thú ăn thịt đầu tiên, khoảng 65 đến 55 triệu nãm ; thú răng kiếm, sống ở Bắc Mĩ khoảng 1 triệu năm ; hươu sừng rộng, khoảng 30 000 năm, khi khí hậu trái đất đã ấm hơn và một phần rừng rậm đã biến thành đồng cỏ ; voi ma mút khoảng 19 000 – 10 000 năm, đúng vào thời kì băng hà, lúc đó một phần ba Trái Đất bị băng tuyết bao phủ dày đặc. Hoá thạch người – vượn cổ tìm được cho đến nay có niên đại trên 3 triệu năm.

Mullet Fishing With Plastic Bottles

After the Lunar New Year, every day the section of Phu Loc canal flows to Da Nang Bay, Thanh Khe district, attracting hundreds of people to come fish for mullet. People stand on the bridge or follow the rocky embankment along the coastal road to cast their bait.

Fishermen standing on Phu Loc bridge and stone embankment drop plastic bottles to catch mullet. Photo: Ngoc Truong

Going to the rocky embankment near noon, Mr. Tran Van Phong, 56 years old, residing in Cam Le, took out a white plastic bottle from a plastic bag with the neck removed, the middle of the bottle attached a lead piece to sink into the water and connect to a string. fee. Dipping the bottle into the sea to get water, he scooped half a spoonful of flour into the plastic bottle and stirred it.

Loosening the reel, Mr. Phong threw the bottle into the sea, about six meters away, and waited. After a minute, he pulled the bottle up, replenished the bait, and threw it down. On the third pull, inside the bottle was a mullet the size of a big toe. “This species swims straight, every time the line is jerked, it knows that the fish is stuck with the bait, burying its head in the bottom of the bottle. The angler just needs to pull the bottle up without worrying about the fish coming out,” he explained.

About 15 years ago, Mr. Phong went down to the Han River to play, saw some Chinese people mixing flour into a plastic pipe, throwing it into the water and catching mullet. Curious, he went to try it, and one day he caught 10 kg of fish. Since then, many people have switched fishing rods to plastic bottles to catch mullet.

The mullet got stuck in the bottle and couldn’t get out. Photo: Ngoc Truong

Mullet is 12-30 cm long, round and flattened body, the largest one is about one kg, living in salt water and brackish water in estuaries. People in Da Nang often go to the mouth of the Han River and the mouths of fishing canals, most often in the Phu Loc canal because of the quiet waves. Depending on the season, they will choose the right bottle to keep the fish from escaping. Many anglers draw on experience, the water on the fish enters the canal a lot, the water is low, the fish goes to the sea, from which to look at the water to release bait.

As a retired railway employee, for the past three years, 62-year-old Nguyen Ngoc Anh has gone to the Phu Loc canal to fish mullet after helping his wife sell goods at Tan Chinh market. “This way of fishing does not cost money to buy rods, the bait is easy to mix and the best is clean. The fish in the bottle is poured directly into the bucket, without touching,” he said.

Looking at mullet fishing is simple, but in the early days Mr. Anh caught only a few fish. “I thought that if I cut the bottle, tie the string and release the bait, I would catch the fish, but it’s not. My bottle is too thick, the fish goes in to eat all the bait and then exits but still doesn’t know how to pull it up,” he said.

Every day mullet fisherman can catch about 5 kg, bring back to sell or prepare food for the family. Photo: Ngoc Truong

After a month of observing and learning from experience, Mr. Anh knew how to hold the reel so that it was straight, the plastic bottle must be both clear and thin so that the fish could see the flour and if the fish touched the wall of the bottle, the fisherman would feel. Every time he casts bait, Mr. Anh usually uses 50-60 seconds to pull up to change bait.

“Mules are easy to catch. In the season of many fish, usually in the 8th lunar month, each person can catch 5-6 kg of bait every time they throw the bait. But when the fish is small, only those with technical skills can catch it,” he said. Anh added. Many anglers sell mullets for about 50,000 VND/kg, but most bring it home to eat and give to relatives.($1=24,000 VND)

The January mullet is usually only about two fingers big. Small fish are often fried with ginger sauce, or braised rim, braised with sauerkraut. Fish can also be grilled with salt and pepper.

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Đăng bởi: Đạt Vũ

Từ khoá: Mullet fishing with plastic bottles

A Perfect Itinerary For Your Two

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The Mekong Delta, otherwise known as the ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam, is a colourful display of various shades of green. Here in this water world, boats float in the lazy rivers, buffalos wander in the rice fields and ripe fruits adorn the trees. It is also here that visitors will get a true taste of the tranquil Vietnamese countryside.

For those of you planning your dream trip to the Mekong Delta, be sure to read our two-day itinerary and discover the best experiences the delta has to offer.


Start your trip early at around 7 a.m. This will allow you to have more time to discover these beautiful lands.

Morning: Visit the Cai Be floating market

The best time to visit the Cai Be floating market is at 6 a.m. Wholesalers commute in boats overflowing with fruits, and each boat specialises in a different type of fruit or vegetable.

To truly experience the vibe of the Mekong Delta, it is best to take a cruise along the river. The water is abuzz with bustling trading activities, which ironically contrasts the calm life of those locals residing right along the murky banks of the river. The best way to enjoy one of these cruises is with a glass of tasty coconut juice in tow. Sit back, people watch and enjoy the breeze along at the Mekong Delta.

You can book this Cai Be floating market tour right here

The best part about visiting the Cai Be Commune is being able to learn how to make rice paper and popping rice at a local’s home. This type of snack may look ordinary at first glance, but be careful, as they are undoubtedly delicious and addictive. Tasting one of these snacks after making them yourself is undoubtedly an unforgettable experience and one you will cherish forever. It is an excellent experience for children to partake in, as well.

Be sure to end your Cai Be Commune trip by having lunch at a local farmer’s house. Special dishes that are native to the delta are ones made with pork and freshwater fish. If you prefer halal food, be sure to let the locals or your tour guide know so they can prepare your meal accordingly.

Afternoon: Travel to the city of Can Tho

After taking a short rest, you should then proceed to Can Tho City, which is about a 90-minute drive from Cai Be Commune. Can Tho City is home to some 1.3 million people, and it is the capital city of the Mekong Delta. This is where you should book your accommodation, as well.

Check in to your hotel and then visit Ninh Kieu Quay to enjoy charming views of the Mekong River. If you visit in mid-December, you will have the pleasure of enjoying the flower market that is organised here annually. Ninh Kieu Quay is also equipped with many of memorable structures and attractions, including the statue of Uncle Ho, the ancient Can Tho market, the Can Tho floating restaurant (aka a yacht) and much more.

These are some of the must-try dishes in Can Tho you have to include in your dinner:

Bánh Cóng (Cong cake): This cake is made from glutinous rice flour, wheat flour, shrimp and green beans. Its rich flavour will prove to you why it is the most famous dish in Can Tho City.

Bánh Tầm Bì (Tam Bi cake): This cake is a delectable combination of different flavours. It is sweet because of the coconut sauce, savoury from the pork skin, pork meat and fish sauce, pungent from the tasteful, greased onions, mild from the added worm cake, fresh from the cucumber and aromatic from the Vietnamese basil. Read more about Tam Bi cake on Migrationology. Lẩu Bần Phù Sa (Ban hotpot of Phu Sa Resort): This rural hotpot is famous for its seemingly strange taste: a delicious sequence of sweet, sour and a little acrid.

End your day by walking around and exploring the nightlife of the city. Remember to put these street food items on your bucket list, as well: Chuối nếp nướng (grilled sticky rice and banana), Ốc nướng tiêu (grilled shellfish with pepper), Chè (sweet soup) and Tàu hủ (tofu).

DAY 2 Morning: Head to the Cai Rang floating market

You will then hop on a boat to start your journey of the colourful Cai Rang floating market. You will see merchants trading fruit and locals enjoying local food like pho, banh mi and pineapple right on the boat as the sun rises. Wholesalers’ boats are full of specialities hailing from Cai Rang Town and nearby areas, including coconut, banana, watermelon, grapefruit, dragon fruit and many more.

The market is simply overflowing with hundreds of boats, and locals yell to one another as they sell their produce. Locals hang samples on an upright pole on their boats so that visitors know what it is they are selling, even from a distance.

One of the most exciting experiences is purchasing fruit on the river. Visitors can sample the different types of produce from the various sellers before deciding on one to indulge in. The prices vary different depending on the type of chartered boat, so be sure to ask your local insider to know which boat will have the most affordable prices.

Afternoon: Explore the lovely countryside

Stay on the boat and travel to the nearby countryside to learn even more about those residing on the Mekong Delta. After exploring the area by boat, stop by a local farmer’s house and immerse yourself in the unique Vietnamese culture. Have a quick lunch and enjoy the relaxing way of life here before heading to the next fun activity on our itinerary.

Explore the spacious garden and even try some of the freshly harvested fruits. You can take as much as you want for free, and there are so many delicious fruits to choose from. Be sure to grab enough to bring some back with you to Ho Chi Minh City. Visitors would not believe the price locals sell their fruit to the wholesalers for: it is that cheap!

Then, you will learn how to make Xeo cake: a traditional Vietnamese savoury pancake. The cake is made of rice flour, water and turmeric powder and is then stuffed with slivers of fatty pork, shrimp, diced green onion and bean sprouts. Trying a cake you made yourself sounds enticing, doesn’t it?

When you are full and have enough energy, it is time to cycle around the village. It is so much fun riding a bicycle in the middle of the scenic rice paddles, and visitors can catch some field crabs and watch farmers as they work their land as they cycle. Stop by a vendor along the way and indulge in a unique glass of sugar-cane juice. The juice is famous in the Mekong Delta, and it is served with salted peanuts, making for a unique taste.

This is the end of your fantastic trip to the Mekong Delta, and it is now time to say goodbye to your local hosts and venture back to Ho Chi Minh City.

Are you interested in this private Mekong Delta tour? Be sure to book Xuan as your local tour guide! Xuan was born and grew up in the beautiful Mekong Delta.

Xuan will custom tailor everything for you, including your transportation (a private, comfortable van), the food and drinks, entrance tickets into the attractions and even a raincoat if you need it. Xuan will bring you to his local friends’ house so you can immerse yourself in the local life.

Now, grab your luggage and get ready for your incredible trip to the Mekong Delta!

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Từ khoá: A perfect itinerary for your two-day Mekong Delta tour suggested by a local

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