Visitors do not need to spend a fortune to visit Venice while coming to Vietnam and experience the vast, emerald patchwork of paddies of the Mekong Delta (Vietnam) in January, stated Time Out. The region is known for its tropical climate, tasty food and friendly people; embracing a dense, tropical maze of chocolate-brown waterways, brimming with villages, pagodas and floating markets. For visitors who are fed up with the cold, freezing and snowy weather of the winter, why not come here, to the Mekong Delta of Vietnam and enjoy its warm, dry and sunny weather?!
Vietnam is now widely open and welcomes visitors from the whole world and several direct flights connecting worldwide to favour travel lovers. Visitors only need to hop on a 2-3 day tour starting from Ho Chi Minh City to travel to Mekong Delta to the south. Book a tour boat to explore the rural life of the local farming and fishing communities, such as Cai Be or Ben Tre, Vietnam’s ‘coconut land’.
The delta also homes to stunning national parks, such as the Tram Chim National Park and the U Minh Thuong (Upper U Minh) National Park; forests including the Tra Su Melaleuca Forest; the Unesco-protected Can Gio Mangrove Biosphere Reserve; and mountains like Sam Mountain.
Melbourne (Australia); Cuba; Brazil; Yellowstone National Park (USA); Shetland (Scotland); Iceland; Zanzibar (Tanzania); Dubai; Penang Island (Malaysia) are also mentioned in the list.