An Giang travel
Bai Dai, Hon Thom, Ganh Dau, Gam Ghi island and Rach Vem fishing village are popular destinations on Phu Quoc Island (Kien Giang) from October to March.
Each region has its own culinary specialties. The southern province of An Giang has an extremely rich and typical cuisine. Here are the four dishes that tourists should try when they visit An Giang.
People in the southern province of An Giang prepare chicken using spices found solely in this region, creating a well-known dish that draws in diners nationwide.
Regarded as one of the most famous pagodas in the Mekong Delta, Hang Pagoda—or officially Phuoc Dien Pagoda—in Chau Doc City, An Giang Province, is one of the province’s top attractions.
Two kinds of cakes made from simple local ingredients show the diverse culture of An Giang – a Mekong Delta province and also one of the most mysterious and mesmerising places in Vietnam.
Cajuput forests, lakes, pagodas and palm trees are the alluring features in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang.
Visit the Mekong Delta Province of An Giang and you will hear stories from ancient times about the people and events related to Ba Chua Xu Temple.
Compared with other provinces in the Mekong Delta, An Giang has extremely special geographic characteristics, with the spectacular That Son Mountain springing up in an endless paddy field.