The locality is home to several tourist spots, namely Phu Cuong Church, Tay Tang Pagoda with the largest statue made of hair, Ba Pagoda, Dai Nam Tourist Area, and Tuong Binh Hiep lacquer village.
Tri An is an artificial lake located in the Dong Nai river which is one of the favourite camping sites of young people. Located 60 kilometres from Ho Chi Minh City, the lake stores water which in turn supplies the Tri An Hydropower Plant.
Tri An Lake appears at its most beautiful during sunrise and sunset, with this being the best time for travelers to take a walk or ride a boat along the lake to enjoy the poetic scenery.
Situated 70 kilometres from Ho Chi Minh City, My Tho City in the Mekong Delta province of Tien Giang is a popular suggestion. The area features various attractions such as Thoi Son Islet with charming natural beauty, Bach Cong Tu’s house, and Vinh Trang Pagoda which is a combination of French, Roman, Khmer, Chinese, and Vietnamese architecture.
Visitors should not miss out on experiencing the bustling atmosphere at Cai Be Floating Market and purchase some local fruits and vegetables.
Dau Tieng Lake is about 80 kilometres from Ho Chi Minh City and offers a picturesque picnic spot. Visitors have the perfect opportunity to witness the sunrise amid the majestic Ba and Cau Mountains. (Photo:
Tourists can also choose to stay at local homestays, enjoy the fresh air, and take a break from their hectic daily life. (Photo: Internet)
Long Khanh City is dubbed the ‘fruit capital’ of southern Dong Nai province. Tourists can easily travel there by motorbike as it is only 80 kilometres from Ho Chi Minh City. (Photo:
Visitors can spend time at local fruit gardens with a variety of tropical specialties, such as durian, mangosteen, guava, jackfruit, longan, and rambutan. (Photo: