Chit Sa salt-preserved daikon

Cau Ke – a rural district in Tra Vinh province in Mekong Delta region of Vietnam is famous for Chit Sa salt-preserved daikon. During Tet festival – the biggest festival in Vietnam, local people harvest daikon and the district is full of daikon. Freshwater of wells and warm weather of Cau Ke proves ideal growing environments for daikon production. […]

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Cau Ke Makapuno

Makapuno fruit is a strange kind of coconut which has the skin and shape similar to the others but typically smelling, greasy, spongy, sticky, thick flesh and gelatinous, nontransparent water due to genetic mutation, ground, weather, etc. In Vietnam, we call this fruit Dua sap. Not all of the makapunos produce the fruits with thick […]

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Hang Pagoda In Tra Vinh

Most of Khmer pagodas are present all over provinces and cities of Mekong Delta, especially Tra Vinh Province. Here there are over 140 big and small Khmer pagodas. In that number, there are 4 the most famous pagodas as Hang Pagoda, Ang Pagoda, Vam Ray Pagoda, and Co pagoda. In the sphere of this writing, we are […]

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Ok Om Bok Festival in Vietnam

Ok Om Bok Festival, also called Moon Offering Festival is traditional folk festival has existed for a very long time of Khmer people in Mekong Delta, especially 2 Tra Vinh and Soc Trang Provinces. The Ok Om Bok Festival happens every year on the fifteen of October of the lunar calendar. In Khmer people‘s opinion, […]

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