This small town attracts many day trippers from Saigon.
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Visiting Cai Be Market, you will have a great photographic opportunities as all manner of produce is traded from boats.
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Cai Be town to sightseeing the local floating market, visiting village to explore how local people making pop corn.
There are lots of colorful fruit and vegetable gardens, traditional crafts, a French church from 1935 and an impressive traditional house, which can be visited.
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Cai Be is a charming small town, which is not very far away from Saigon (approx. 2 hours by car).
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Visiting Cai Be Floating Market, buying the fresh fruits and talking to the sellers on boat.
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Cai Be Floating Market is in Vinh Long Province, about two hours by bus from Ho Chi Minh City. Every morning, the locals in this small town conduct business on their small boats at this market.

Things to do in Cai Be Floating Market

Take a boat trip to Cai Be, one of the three largest floating markets in the southwestern region, which is bounded by three provinces: Tien Giang, Ben Tre, and Vinh Long. The best way to try and enjoy the freshest fruits from the locals’ fruit gardens is to explore Cai Be Floating Market. You can purchase these fruits or visit these gardens to sample these fresh fruits for a reasonable price. Apart from selling various types of fresh fruits on the small boats in this floating market, the locals also sell traditional crafts and vegetables….on their colorful and plentiful boats.

Exploring Cai Be Floating Market is one of the most well-known floating markets on the Mekong River, also known as the Vietnamese Mekong River Delta. This famous site is not far from Saigon and is easily accessible by bus, so it should not be missed on your trip to Ho Chi Minh City in southern Vietnam. Cai Be Floating Market, on the other hand, is only organized very early in the morning, finishing around 10 a.m. every morning, so if the tourist truly wants to explore Cai Be Floating Market as well as enjoy the local foods and buy the freshest food, this is the place to be and arrive here around 6-7 a.m.

The fruit area is the busiest in Cai Be Floating Market; it stretches for kilometers along Tan Long island. To buy and trade goods, boats travel from Ho Chi Minh City, Long An Province, An Giang Province, Can Tho City, and Ca Mau Province. All boats take a variety of fruits in the early morning, including rambutan, mango, durian, and watermelon. Aside from the boats that carry a variety of fruits, there are also small boats that serve and sell rice, noodles, and other miscellaneous goods….so tourists can directly try the local cuisine while sitting and rowing on the boats.

Exploring Cai Be Floating Market will also allow you to take the most beautiful and unique photographs because this market is unlike any other in the Mekong Delta region. If you visit Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon, you should not miss the Cai Be Floating Market in Vinh Long Province because it is quick, easy, and worthwhile.

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