Can Tho Museum
This large, well-presented museum brings local history to life with manikins and life-size reproductions of buildings, including a...
Young, enthusiastic, English-speaking guide Hieu offers excellent tours around Can Tho – from early-morning jaunts to the floating...
Quan Com Chay Cuong
Located around the back of the Munireangsey pagoda, this is one of the better com chay (vegetarian) eateries in the city. The...
36 ÐL Hoa Binh · interesting places nearby
Munireangsey Pagoda information
This pagoda was originally built in 1946 to serve Can Tho’s Khmer community. The ornamentation is typical of Khmer Theravada Buddhist pagodas, with none of the multiple Bodhisattvas and Taoist spirits common in Vietnamese Mahayana pagodas.