The south of Vietnam has two administrative regions: Southeast with Ho Chi Minh city as its center and the grand Mekong River Delta, ‘Rice Bowl of Vietnam’. Lying offshore is the impressive collection of archipelagos with names like Phu Quoc, Con Dao, Nam Du.
South Vietnam appeals with different charms from the other two regions – Ho Chi Minh City takes you on a ride at a dizzying rhythm with almost everything to feel at one – from the hectic traffic, the multi-cultural architecture to the wide variety of foods. Cu Chi Tunnels, not very far away, teaches a powerful lesson about how Vietnamese people dealt with wars. While Mekong Delta has the charms of a bountiful wetland that has nurtured a very unique regional culture. Let’s discover our beautiful country with us Cozy Vietnam Travel
Ho Chi Minh City
The largest city in Vietnam is chaotic, quite overwhelming yet historically and culturally rich
The Ha Long Bay in Land
Ho Chi Minh or Saigon has its history dated back to hundreds of years with the Khmers were the first people who settled this area, in the 17th century, Vietnamese people took over. The French were in control during the 19th century and the US until after Vietnam War...
Can Tho is known for the most iconic floating market in the entire country – Cai Rang Floating market
The gateway to Mekong Delta
Lying on the bank of Hau (Bassac) River, the land of Can Tho is crisscrossed by tributaries and canals and waterway that have become the very familiar parts of the local people...
The largest and only inhabited island is named Con Son which was once the place the French built a prison to lock up Vietnamese individuals captured during the independent movement.
16 mostly uninhabited islands
Con Dao is remembered for its paradise-like beauties, top resorts, and savory seafood. Not as crowded and exploited as Phu Quoc, it still keeps the beaches unspoiled such as Nhat Beach, Bai Dai, Ong Dung Beach…
The 9-tributaries river, “Nine Dragons” or Mekong brings life to 13 provinces. The specialty of the region is the floating markets where local farmers sell their fruits and vegetables...
Local - Cultural - Traditional Daily Life
One specialty of the region is the floating markets where local farmers sell their fruits and vegetables, such as Cai Rang Floating market (Can Tho), Cai Be Floating Market (Tien Giang), Nga Nam Floating Market (Soc Trang)….