soc trang travel
Salted white radish (locally known as xá bấu) is a popular dish that Soc Trang residents eat daily. Mixing it with sugar gives it a special flavour that none can forget.
Khmer's ginger cake of love and faithfulness
Soc Trang’s Khmer pagoda features giant Buddha statue
Banh cong Soc Trang impresses foodies from near and far
Unique Khmer’s pagoda in Soc Trang
Chen Kieu (also known as SroLoun pagoda) is a Khmer pagoda with unique architecture.It is located on the way from Soc Trang to Bac Lieu and about 230km from Ho Chi Minh City.
“Pia” cake – Soc Trang’s traditional sweet snack
For hundreds of years, the Pia cake, originally of the Hoa (Chinese) ethnic minority people, has been served and given as gifts by Soc Trang residents.
Khmer people’s unique shrimp cake in the delta
Banh cong, or Vietnamese fried shrimp cake, is a rustic specialty typical of the Khmer ethnic people in the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang.
Most beautiful Khmer pagodas in Soc Trang
The Mekong Delta Province of Soc Trang has hundreds of Khmer pagodas, but the Mahatup, Sa Lon and Day Om Pu pagodas are considered the most beautiful.
Bustling Nga Nam Floating Market
People in Soc Trang are proud to preserve their over a hundred year old tradition of trading at Nga Nam (five-way intersection) Floating Market.
Bun nuoc leo, the pride of Soc Trang Province
Soc Trang Province is known as the capital of bun nuoc leo (vermicelli with special broth made with special fish sauce among gourmands.
Unique version of spring rolls
A noodle soup with special name and special ingredients from the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang
Som Rong Pagoda: the pearl of Soc Trang
The Patum Wongsa Som Rong Pagoda in the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang is one of the most beautiful and largest Khmer pagodas in the region.