Chuong Duong Hotel

Address: 10 D 30 Thang 4, My Tho, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 10 D 30 Thang 4, My Tho.
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Travel Blogs from My Tho

Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City - Day 3 - Mekong Delta

A travel blog entry by joca92 on Dec 06, 2014

21 photos

... breeze and great views of day to day life on the river and it's banks made this a fun part of the trip. The next stop was a coconut candy shop, where we watched the product being made and were able to sample some sweets. At the same site was some snake wine for sale, a live snake that was tame enough to touch and some honey making bees that thankfully didn't sting anyone! Next up was a trip down the ...

The floating water world of Vietnam's Mekong Delta

A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Dec 02, 2014

85 photos

... million inhabitants (22% of Vietnam's total population) and the main mode of transport here is... Yep, you've guessed it. BOAT. There are more waterways here than roads, so rather than owning a car or even motorbike here (which as you already know most SE Asians prefer over cars due to road tax and all the other expenses), you just go buy yourself a rickety boat and tart it up... Ready to start a-selling and a-trading. The Mekong Delta is basically just one big floating market ...

Mamma on a motorbike!

A travel blog entry by wine2nite on Nov 09, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... the fellow removes it from the fire and pours it on a screen and shakes out the sand. He then puts the sand back into the vat. the rice is screened again to get rid of any husks (which will be used for the fire) and then the puffed rice is made into candy. We were given some Rice Crispies to try. So, the next time you eat Puffed Rice or Rice Crispies, you'll know how they are made here.

Stopped for a wonderful lunch of whole fish, ...

Trip to the Mekong Delta

A travel blog entry by puchala on Aug 04, 2014

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... They showed how they were husked, cracked open, the coconut water collected and then the flesh taken out. The flesh was then grated and put into large cloth bags where they were pressed to remove the coconut milk. We were surprised to see the amount of coconut milk that can be extracted from three bags of coconuts about the size of a small tire. The coconut milk is then either sold as is or is cooked to make a cream or further cooked until it turns to a caramel or ...

My Tho

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Jul 19, 2014

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Day 4 (Sat) I ordered my eggs cooked to death. While Mr Hong's came runny, the yellow and the white. He mixed in chilli pepper and soy and mopped it up with a baguette. The ice man arrived and smashed the cold girders on his pickup into more manageable blocks, before throwing the giant pieces over his shoulder and stocking the restaurants. More manageable for him anyway. The general rule is, if the ice barely fits in your glass or has a hole in it, it's made in the factory ...