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Can Tho Map

"The bus stops in front of a restaurant in Can Tho. A discussion arises. Are we going to have lunch or are we waiting for the cyclists. And how long will it take for the cyclists to arrive? in my opinion a non-discussion and a disadvantage of a group trip. I make a decision for myself. Enter the restaurant, sit at a table and order fried rice with seafood and a beer. A local beer; Bia Saigon. A nice fresh beer. When I am updating my diary after dinner, the cyclists come in. Thanh indicates that we will take the bus to the hotel at a quarter past three. That gives me less than half an hour to explore Can Tho."


The city of Can Tho

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          Can Tho - is the largest city of the beautiful Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam. Located on the banks of the Hau River, it serves as the political and commercial center of the Mekong. Famous for its captivating floating markets, beautiful temples and delicious food, Can Tho is a great starting point to discover the maze of waterways that make up the Mekong Delta.
The population of more than 1 million, combined with the herds of tourists who flock there every year, create a wave of energy that can be felt in the city streets and the flow of the river. Although the city spans a large area, there is an easily accessible center with everything you need. The main attraction of the area are the vibrant, colorful floating markets that take place at the end of the day every day, but Can Tho has some other charms as well.
 

Like many areas of southern Vietnam, Can Tho has two different seasons. The rainy season lasts from May to November and the dry season from December to April. The average temperature is between 29-33 degrees Celsius all year round and April is the hottest month.
During the wet season, especially in October and November, monsoon rains cause the mighty Mekong to swell and sometimes cause flooding. The best time to appreciate the spirit of Can Tho is in April, May or June, when temperatures are pleasant and the rainy season is not yet in full swing.

 

When visiting Can Tho, it's a good idea to take a stroll around the city to get a sense of the area's unique culture. The charm of Can Tho is best discovered in the local markets and on the banks of the river.


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The locals like to spend the evening by around the Nguyen Trai bridge. At the river one looks cool and it often blows a cool breeze. Another beautiful place with scenic Ho Xang Thoi is a small pond, surrounded by the typical Vietnamese apartments, as you often see. Have a nice picture during sunset!

 

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Victoria Can Tho Resort

Nestled on the banks of the Hau River in the heart of the Mekong Delta, this 92 room hotel is a firm favorite among many travelers. The Victoria Can Tho Resort features 84 modern guestrooms and eight spacious suites that come equipped with a range of amenities such as a mini bar, satellite TV, and coffee/tea making facilities. The hotel also features the impressive Annan Spa Pavilion which provides seven different treatment rooms with traditional Vietnamese massages. The two main restaurants situated in the hotel are Spices, which offers riverside dining and authentic local delicacies, and Cuu Long Bar, which serves international favorites throughout the day in a relaxed and calming environment. There are plenty of things to do in the vicinity of the hotel including a visit to the nearby Can Ton town, famous for its excellent shopping potential and traditional floating markets.

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