It is not very far if excursionists want to immerse themselves in nature and stay away from the hustle and bustle life. Coming to the 9 Hong orchard, visitors can freely go sight-seeing and satisfyingly pick and savor various kinds of fruits such as Burmese grapes, mangoes, mangosteens, Thai rambutans, star apples and so on However, depending on the seasons of the year, the fruits will be different. In order to choose the appropriate time to have an opportunity to enjoy our favorite fruits, travellers should contact and book tickets in advance in order to avoid excursing at the wrong season (that season will not satisfyingly provides favorite fruits to travellers).
Besides going sight-seeing in the orchard, visitors can participate in many interesting South-featuring activities like rowing boat, catching fish and enjoying some folk dishes such as grilled snakehead fish, “Bánh Xèo” (Vietnamese sizzling cake), and especially is the glutinous rice cake stuffed with musk-duck meat.
People are rowing boat
A group of visitors are catching fish
Grilled snakehead fish
There is nothing more interesting than being in harmony with nature and manually do whatever you like in 9 Hong orchard.
Address: 398/31 My Nhon hamlet, My Khanh village, Phong Dien district, Can Tho city
(Near Truc Lam Phuong Nam Zen Monastery and My Khanh Tourist area).
Tel: 0122 815 5475 (Mrs. 6 Khuya) - 0128 954 8878 (Mr. 9 Hong) - 0939 520 469 (Mr. Loi).
Source: Tourism Development Center of Can Tho City - Translated by Hoang Dat