25 and 27 September 2009 - We left Cần Thơ and went south to Cà Mau, which is the southernmost province of Vietnam. On the way we stopped in Sóc Trăng and Bạc Liêu provinces for visiting some sites. There are 13 provinces in the Mekong Delta and its population is 17 million people, of which Khmer people make up 25%!,(MISSING) Chinese 30%!a(MISSING)nd the remaining are Vietnamese according... Read Full Entry
I am a Hanoi_girl who loves to travel. When working for a Japanese construction company in Hanoi, I had the chance to travel to 23 countries and to all the 63 provinces in Vietnam, including 24 trips to Huế city. Egypt, Mongolia and Nepal are my love, and other favorite countries are Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Japan, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, China (7 trips, 15 cities), New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Cambodia (3 trips), Brunei Darussalam, the United Arab Emirates, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Laos (3 trips), Malaysia (4 trips), Singapore and Thailand (9 trips). I have visited all the... full info
Kleang temple I am standing in front of a palm tree and monastery of the temple. A white flower (hoa đại) in my hand is the symbol of Lao Airlines.
National Highway No. 1Our bus is going along National Highway No. 1 from Sóc Trăng to Bạc Liêu. I am very excited as we are heading further south.
A cake shop of Chinese peopleThere are many Chinese people living in Sóc Trăng. This is a shop that we visited as people on the tour wanted to buy "Pía" cakes. Inside the cake there are durian and egg.
Pía cakesInside the cakes there are durian and egg. The red marks on the cakes' surface are the name of the shop in Chinese.