Cai Rang floating market – fantastic tourism hotspot in Mekong Delta

Cai Rang floating market has long been an enticing tourism feature of the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho.
Cai Rang floating market – fantastic tourism hotspot in Mekong Delta hinh anh 1UK tourism magazine Rough Guide has ranked it among the top ten most impressive markets worldwide and the top five most interesting markets in Asia. (Photo: VNA)
Cai Rang floating market – fantastic tourism hotspot in Mekong Delta hinh anh 2The market opens every day from dawn to about 8 to 9 am. Small boats serving as floating convenient stores and restaurants for locals and visitors create a lovely feature of the market. (Photo: VNA)
Cai Rang floating market – fantastic tourism hotspot in Mekong Delta hinh anh 3Cai Rang Floating Market is located on Cai Rang River, about 6km from the heart of Can Tho city. To reach the market by waterway, it takes about 30 minutes from Ninh Kieu wharf in the district of the same name. (Photo: VNA)
Cai Rang floating market – fantastic tourism hotspot in Mekong Delta hinh anh 4Small boats with lots of goods are readily available for tourists to choose from (Photo: VNA)
Cai Rang floating market – fantastic tourism hotspot in Mekong Delta hinh anh 5As soon as first rays of the sun hit, boats with signature agriculture products of the Mekong Delta area gather at the Cai Rang floating market (Photo: VNA)
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