There’s one piece of advice for people who wants to visit and navigate the world, Experience the joy in your life. Travel more often! Make that journey count. Don’t forget to live your life because of too much work, too much stress in this world. Let life show you what better opportunities were waiting for you that you could have ever imagined. The clock is ticking, we grow old and yet won’t not enjoy no more. Traveling in wonderful in many ways, it can capture wanderlust and has us longing for different destinations like this one. Mekong Delta is a tropical delta and totally dominated by and dependent on Southeast Asia‘s mightiest river, The Mekong. This island was transformed into a lucrative plantation; it is famous for extraordinary fertile rice and delicious fruits.
This island is very luscious, intensively culminated landscape in a rural way of life that this area so picturesque and appealing to travelers. Independent traveling can be frustrating, necessary transportation. It’s a time-consuming almost half of a day is spent just to travel going to the Mekong because it is water-based travel. Inclusive tours are the best way to experience this beautiful island. Many tours incorporate visit by small boats, cottage industries, Khmer temples, early-morning floating markets, or penetrate deep into a labyrinth of narrow waterways. But wait there’s more! Are you into different kinds of food? Are you into some exotic food that you never heard? One of the best seller that this place offer is “Coconut Mouse” because Mekong Delta have a lot of coconut trees, and this mouse is known as the animals who destroy this said coconuts, so people usually catch them for food. But be surprise they offer this in different kind of cooking methods depends on your taste. It can be grilled, steamed, curry and the real star of the list are coconut rats in the rice cooker. This is such a unique place that they eat mice as an entrée. So what is the best spots to stop by in the Mekong? There is the Phu Quoc Island, The My Tho, and the Vinh Long. Continue reading “Travel guide Mekong Delta to Phu Quoc island” »