A girl in Dao Dai at Tra VinhTra Vinh Travel includes travel holiday guide, tourism information, tourist photos for Tra Vinh Province in Vietnam. The general guide for Tra Vinh provides you with key important information such as the climate, tourist attractions, what to see, things to do and, hotel, local cuisine, what to expect from a trip to Tra Vinh. You can have some ideas of trip itineraries for Tra Vinh. The detailed guide provides you with in-depth information and photos of the tourist attractions in Tra Vinh.

  • Angkorajaborey Pagoda, also called Ang Pagoda, is located in the Ba Om Pond area ( Ao Ba Om) and opposite the Khmer Museum, 5km west of Tra Vinh Town. Ang Pagoda is among the oldest Khmer-styled pagodas in the Mekong Delta.

  • Hang Pagoda (Cave Pagoda or Tunnel Pagoda) also called Kompom Chray Pagoda is 5km from Tra Vinh Town. The area of over 2 hecta of Hang Pagoda is completely covered in green forest. Hang Pagoda is also home to hundreds if not thousands of birds and storks. Visiting the Hang Pagoda, you will have to be careful not to be bombarded by their droppings which are like rain drops in late afternoon.

  • The Samrong Ek Pagoda in Tra Vinh is among the oldest Khmer-styled pagodas in the area. The name Samrong Ek means the Lonely Samrong tree which was in front of the pagoda earlier. The Samrong Ek Pagoda is 3km from the center of Tra Vinh Town and is surrounded by forests of high timber trees of hundred years old. The garden of the Samrong Ek Pagoda has statues depicting different stories of Buddhism. Visiting the Samrong Ek Pagoda, the visitors can consult the chief monk on meditation and Zen Buddhism.

  • Tra Vinh Province of Vietnam is 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.