Where would you find meandering waterways, lush orchards, trees laden with fruit, slowly swaying palms, rice paddies and every shade of green on the colour wheel? Also known as the ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam, the Mekong Delta is renowned for its fertile soil; the tropical wetlands make it ideal for cultivating rice.

Small boats are the most common form of transport, navigating through the canals past floating stalls, riverside cottages and houses. Water buffalo wallow in the shallows, children cycle along dusty country lanes and vendors spruik fresh fruit from their rickety wooden canoes. 

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