The events, taking place from October 25 to 31, aim to continue to preserving and promoting the traditional cultural values of the country, and contribute to building and developing a Vietnamese culture imbued with national identity.

Attending to this year’s festival, visitors have the chance to enjoy a series activities such as the 2nd Southern Cuisine Festival; a tourism exhibition; an Introduction to the Tra Vinh tourism brand identity; a tourism trade fair with more than 370 booths of 135 units; a week honouring safe products; Tra Vinh Province’s Khmer Arts Festival; a competition for performing traditional costumes of the Khmer people; Workshop titled ‘Du Ke stage – 100 years of establishment and development’; Ok Om Bok Festival along with sports activities, folk games and Ngo boat racing; and an exhibition showcasing typical products of Khmer people in nine districts, towns and cities.

Tra Vinh was established a long time ago, creating alluvial land with many floating dunes along the river by nature. The intersection of cultures has created many landscapes and historical sites with great potential for tourism development, such as culinary tourism, garden ecotourism, and cultural spiritual tourism.

In order to bring tourism to become a key economic sector of the province, while preserve and develop Ok Om Bok Festival, the Provincial People’s Committee have organised the second Southern Cuisine Festival and Cultural and Tourism Week in association with the Tra Vinh Ok Om Bok Festival 2020.

The event is considered as an opportunity for localities, economic organisations, and enterprises inside and outside the province to introduce their economic potentials, promote their brands, and look for business partners, as well as cooperate to invest in economic development. At the same time, the event is a place for businesses to exchange, approach market expansion, sell goods and sign trade. This is also an attractive destination for domestic and foreign tourists to visit, have fun and enjoy the entertainment.