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Top 10 Things to Do in Can Tho, Vietnam  

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There are many different things to do in Can Tho, Vietnam. The city is located on the Mekong Delta and is well known for its floating markets, lush vegetation, and friendly locals. Visitors can explore the city by boat, bike, or foot, and there are also a number of temples and pagodas. There are many different things to do in Can Tho, so visitors will never be bored. I'll go over some of the top…

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I've been to Can Tho, and let me tell you something: it's not a destination for the faint of heart. You'll find yourself in a world of beautiful, unspoiled natural beauty but you'll also find yourself surrounded by bugs. Lots and lots of bugs.

If you love nature and want to get away from it all, then this is the place for you. You can rent boats and explore the waterways, or take an overnight trip on one of the many houseboats that are available in town. There are also tons of great restaurants serving authentic Vietnamese cuisine (and if you're feeling adventurous, try some snake meat!).

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Can Tho is loverly and very much an authentic Vietnamese experience. I have been through the area twice. I am hoping to go back again. I know I missed out on so much!

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Can Tho is a city that has so much to offer. There are a number of beautiful historical sites, including the Can Tho Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts from the Mekong Delta region. The Hoa Binh Theater is another popular attraction, as it hosts performances from local artists.

The city also has some fantastic food options available for visitors to enjoy. One of the most popular dishes is called ca kho to, which is made with fish paste and served with rice noodles or vermicelli noodles. If you prefer something sweet, make sure to try the banh cuon (rice noodles) with shrimp or pork filling!

Can Tho isn't just about food though—it's also got some incredible nature preserves nearby where you can explore by foot or on an ATV tour! One such location is Cai Rang floating market, where vendors sell fresh produce and other goods from boats that float down river channels during certain times of day depending on what they're selling at that time (some sell fruits while others sell seafood).


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