Top Choice Market in Can Tho

Cai Rang Floating Market

The biggest floating market in the Mekong Delta, Cai Rang is just 6km from Can Tho in the direction of Soc Trang. There is a bridge here that serves as a great vantage point for photography. The market is best aroun…
Top Choice Temple in Can Tho

Ong Temple

In a fantastic location facing the Can Tho River and decorated with huge, constantly burning incense coils, this Chinese temple is set inside the Guangzhou Assembly Hall, and wandering through its fragrant-smoke-fil…
Market in Can Tho

Phong Dien Floating Market

An intimate floating market, Phong Dien has fewer motorised craft and more stand-up rowing boats, with local vendors shopping and exchanging gossip. Less crowded than Cai Rang, there are far fewer tourists and less …
Bird Sanctuary in Can Tho

Bang Lang Stork Garden

On the road between Can Tho and Long Xuyen, this is a magnificent 1.3-hectare bird sanctuary with astonishing views of thousands of resident storks and snowy egrets. There is a tall viewing platform to see the birds…
Buddhist Pagoda in Can Tho

Pitu Kohsa Rangsay Pagoda

Trying to hide down a quiet backstreet, but gloriously gold, this three-level Theravada Buddhist pagoda from 1948 contrasts sharply against the grey adjacent buildings. Carved detailed wall patterns, painted columns…
Museum in Can Tho

Can Tho Museum

This large, well-presented museum brings local history to life with mannequins and life-size reproductions of buildings, including a Chinese pagoda and a house interior. Displays (with ample English translations) fo…
Buddhist Temple in Can Tho

Munireangsey Pagoda

This small golden 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 c…
Landmark in Can Tho

Ho Chi Minh Statue

Uncle Ho, flanked by hammer-and-sickle flags.