About An Giang
An Giang is a province located along the upper branches of the Mekong River, where there is a convergence of cultures of the Kinh, Khmer and Hoa communities. The acculturation obviously left imprints on temples and pagodas such as the Lau pagoda, Ba Chua Xu's shrine, Moi pagoda, Tay An pagoda and simultaneously embedded in the native's rustic lifestyle.
An Giang wins your heart by picturesque natural landscapes with Ta Pa green paddy fields, a line of palm trees mirrored in the clear water. With its mystical Seven Mountains, numerous historic sites and interesting destinations, An Giang is now becoming more attractive and impressive.
Best Time To Visit An Giang
If you want to contemplate the most beautiful scenery in An Giang, come around July and November. It's the floating season when everything seems more peaceful and charming.
From Ho Chi Minh City, you can go to An Giang by car or motorbike. Since An Giang doesn't have its own airport, people far away can travel to Tan Son Nhat International Airport then get a coach or taxi to An Giang.
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Roaming the Tra Su River
I fell in love at first sight with the wild beauty and poetic waters of Tra Su when I stumbled across the article a few years ago. Following the call of my heart, I returned to Tra Su Melaleuca forest in the first days of September, which is also the beginning of the most beautiful floating water season of the year.