Ben Tre - 5 Attractions You Must Visit
About Ben Tre
One of the southern provinces located in the Mekong Delta.
Types of Attractions in Ben Tre
List of Attractions in Ben Tre
Con Phung is an eco-tourism spot that was as located on an islet floating in the middle of the My Tho River. The vast greenery and the water resource visitors can visit the orchards and enjoy delicious regional dishes. In addition, this place also attracts visitors by the daily life features of the locals associated with handicrafts made from coconut, such as coconut candy, souvenirs from the tree, coconut shells, etc.
This is one of the four dunes located on the My Tho River. which is set according to the concept that the four spirits bring good luck and happiness, namely: dragon, unicorn, quy , and pho. Con Rong is "long", Thoi Son is "unicorn", Cat is "quy", and Tan Vinh is "serve" . In the olden days, the dunes were just a wasteland of wildland, dense vegetation, no one built houses and no one had reclaimed yet. People started exploring alcohol in the 1950s. In the middle of Con, there was a Protestant ch
Đức Mẹ La Mã Bến Tre.
The holy church which was located in the heart of the Ben Tre province. The Holy Mother of Mary Ben Tre is the name of Vietnamese Catholics referring to the phenomenon of the image of Our Lady of Perpetual Help appearing after blurring the image for more than 3 months under the canal. The Roman church where the photo is stored - belongs to the Diocese of Vinh Long, one of three Catholic pilgrimage centers in Vietnam recognized by the Vietnamese government.
Memorial Nguyen Thi Dinh
A great memorial which was built in the name of the first female general of the Vietnam People's Army during the Vietnam War. Furthermore, she was commander of an all-female force known as the Long-Haired Army, who engaged in espionage and combat against ARVN and US Forces. This monument was one of the great places in Vietnam.
Nguyen Dinh Chieu Mausoleum
It is the mousoleum of the great poet Nguyen Dinh Chieu, also known as teacher Chieu. To recognise his contributions to the nation, a temple was built in Ben Tre in his honour in 1972. This site was recognised as a national relic site in 1990. It was re-built in 2000 on an additional land area of 13,000 sq.m where there sit the tomb and monument of the late poet.