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Soc Trang

Soc Trang Province of Vietnam is located deep in the Mekong Delta. Soc Trang is bordered to the north and north-east by the Hau River (lower Mekong River) and Tra Vinh Province, to the north by Can Tho Province, to the north-west by Hau Giang Province, to the west and south-west by Bac Lieu Province, and to the south by the East Vietnam Sea.

Tra Vinh

Tra Vinh Province of Vietnam is, like Ben Tre Province, an island in the Mekong Delta, bordered to the north-east by Ben Tre Province, to the north by Vinh Long Province, to the west and south-west by Soc Trang Province and to the south and south-east by the East Vietnam Sea. Tra Vinh Province is composed of the Kinh, the Hoa and the Khmer, hence there's a blend of culture in the province. Attractions of Tra Vinh include pagodas and temples of the Kinh, the Hoa and the Khmer Communities.

Ben Tre

Ben Tre is one of the provinces of the Mekong Delta of Vietnam, bordered to the north by Tien Giang Province, to the east by the East Vietnam Sea, to the west by Vinh Long Province and to the south by Tra Vinh Province. Ben Tre is 70km from Ho Chi Minh City. The Rach Mieu Bridge linking Ben Tre Province and Tien Giang Province makes this Land of Coconut Forests much more accessible to the travelers than before.

My Tho

My Tho, the capital city of Tien Giang Province, is the closest destination of the Mekong Delta for the travelers from Ho Chi Minh City.

Vung Tau

Vung Tau is the most popular weekend beach destination for the well-to-do from Sai Gon. The water is not too clean, but the many water sports, outdoor restaurants, the full range of tourist facilities and the proximity to Sai Gon attract many Saigonese to flock to Vung Tau to get unwound at weekend. Bai Truoc (Front Beach) located to the south-west of the city is the most popular thanks to the convenient location. However Bai Sau (the Back Beach) located to the south east is bigger and more beautiful.

Binh Thuan

Binh Thuan Province is located in the South Central Coast of Vietnam, bordered to the north and north east by Ninh Thuan Province, to the north and north-west by Lam Dong Province, to the west by Dong Nai Province, to the south-west by Ba Ria Vung Tau Province and to the east by the East Sea of Vietnam. The terrain of Binh Thuan is mostly forested mountains to the west and flat land along the coast.
 
 

Ninh Thuan

Ninh Thuan Province is in the south of the Central Region of Vietnam, bordered to the north by Khanh Hoa Province, to the east by the East Vietnam Sea, to the south by Binh Thuan Province and to the west by Lam Dong Province.

Khanh Hoa

Khanh Hoa is a coastal province, located in the south of the Central Region of Vietnam. Khanh Hoa Province is bordered by Phu Yen Province to the north; by Ninh Thuan Province to the south; by Dak Lak and Lam Dong Provinces to the west and by the East Vietnam Sea to the east.

Phu Yen

Phu Yen is a coastal province in the south Central Region of Vietnam. Phu Yen is bordered to the north by Binh Dinh Province, to the south by Khanh Hoa Province to the north-west by Gia Lai Province, to the south-west by Dak Lak Province and to the east by the East Vietnam Sea.