Whenever people travel to An Giang, Chau Doc is always the primary chosen destination. It is very rare that someone travels to Tri Ton let alone stay overnight. One will feel how wonderous the nature here is and begs to slow down their trip and take a deep breath in this mountainous land. Feel your body’s sunburnt in whatever season of year and the burnt on the tip of your tongue with the speciality dish, Chao Bo
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With the mixture of 2 cultures, Kinh and Khmer leaves the mark on architecture between Khmer and Viet pagodas, on the food, the language, but the nature, mountains, waterfall, and lakes stay the same as chill, marvelous and as pure as it gets.
If you comes around Dolta festival, you’re lucky to join the bull race festival on August 30th – 2nd in Lunar Calendar (The Lunar Calendar doesn’t always match up with the traditional Gregorian calendar)
Ta Pa Lake from mining nowadays is a new check in place for youngsters and couple watching sunset
A couple of waterfall mostly known by locals and impossible to find the route online
Chao bo, beef porriage, people here consume mostly beef since they do farming here so after any crops the rice was grown made use for raise the beef and the beef is stay with the locals instead being put in a industrial cage like a farm
Du du dam, a snack come from Khmer people, made from green papaya and many types of sauce, herbs and peanuts