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- Main meals
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The inland port of My Tho sits on the banks of the Mekong River Delta, in southern Vietnam, 45 miles from Ho Chi Minh City. It is a transportation and commercial centre for a rich agricultural region and is surrounded by a series of waterways – of which will take you through orchards and immense rice fields. From here, it is possible to visit Nguyen Trung Truc, where you can visit the impressive Buddhist Vinh Trang Pagoda, with its Rajah’s palace style front façade.
Ben Tre is a picturesque town, a short distance from bustling My Tho. The area is rich in birdlife and lush country side.
The island of Phu Quoc is fringed with white-sand beaches and dense tropical jungle. This island as quickly become a must-visit destination and is home to a 100-year old Catholic Church.
Flowing through South East Asia, the Mekong is the longest river in the area and flows through China, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. It is navigable between the latter two nations, and enables cruisers to gain a deeper insight into the ancient Khmer city of Angkor and the elegant former French colonial city of Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City).
From its source in the highlands of Tibet, the Mekong flows through China’s Yunnan province, through deep gorges and rapids to form the Myanmar-Laos border. It then curves through Laos to form part of the Laos-Thailand border. In Laos, the Mekong River descends the Cambodian plain, where it receives water from the magnificent Tonle Sap Lake during the dry season, via the Tonle River. Incredibly, during the rainy season, the floodwaters of the Mekong reverse the direction of the Tonle Sap River flow, causing it flow back into the lake and form a huge 93-mile wide reservoir.
Through a series of distributaries in the Mekong Delta, the Mekong River flows into the South China Sea. This delta is crossed by a number of channels and canals, making it one of the greatest rice-growing areas of Asia. This densely populated area is where you will also find Ho Chi Minh City, one of the most renowned cities in South East Asia. Within this fascinating area, you will find an endless series of towns floating on rafts and rich in river life and activity.
Large vessels are able to cruise along the Mekong River for 217 miles upstream, with Phnom Penh being a designated international port. North of the Cambodian border, the Mekong flows in short sections, as far as the Khone Falls – a six-mile-long series of rapids.
Along the banks of the Mekong and Tolne Sap rivers is the capital and most populous city in Cambodia, Phnom Penh. Growing into the centre of the nation’s economic and industrial activities and its cultural heritage, Phnom Penh is considered one of the loveliest cities in Indochina. Noted for its beautiful and hugely historical architecture, there are still a number of French colonial buildings surviving French colonial buildings throughout the city.
Also known as 'Silk Island', Koh Okhna Tey is a beautiful island along the Mekong River in Cambodia. The small villages here thrive on their incredible silk weaving skills and business.
The small town of Kratie, in northeastern Cambodia, provides an ideal point of access from which to visit nearby villages and temples. In addition to these points of interest, there are also plenty of opportunities for birdwatching and dolphin watching.
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