Long Tuyen Village
This is an old village in the south of Can Tho City, including Binh Thuy, An Thoi, Long Tuyen and Long Hoa.
The village is a destination that attracts many tourists not only because of its beautifully natural scenery, but also the cultural relics that remains after hundreds of years.
Photo: wiki-travel.com.vnThe architecture and culture in Long Tuyen is very unique because it is the combination of various cultures from Western to Eastern, including Chinese, French, American, Cham and Japanese. This place also possesses six of 18 national relics in Can Tho, including famous locations such as Binh Thuy Temple, Nam Nha Pagoda or Binh Thuy Old House. Moreover, the Ky Yen Festival takes place here. It can be said that Long Tuy village is a rare destination that contains various typical characteristics of the culture in this region, and for sure it is a pity if you miss this destination in your travel.
- Location: Long Tuyen Village
- Best for: All visitors
- Entrance: Free
- Hours: Day time visit is recommended
- Distance to city center: 4.3km (2.7 mi)
Thuan Hung town is about 40 km Northwest from the center of Can Tho city, famous for making one of the best rice papers in Vietnam.
For tourists who travel to Can Tho, metropolis of the south-west, it would be regretful if they could not drop by and purchase something in Cai Rang (6km from Can Tho city), one of the most famous and biggest floating markets in the Mekong Delta.
Ninh Kieu dock, with Ho Chi Minh statue standing still, is the symbol of Can Tho city.