Rice season is ripe, lotus blooms in Dong Thap

Dubbed the “pink lotus land” of the West, Dong Thap also attracts tourists thanks to the beautiful scenery of the stork rice fields flying straight.

Dong Thap is an agricultural province in the Dong Thap Muoi region, in the Mekong Delta, with fertile land and lush crops. Which, Thap Muoi is the district with the largest rice-growing area in the province, with seemingly endless fields.

In Tram Chim National Park, Tam Nong district, rice is grown around the primeval Melaleuca forest creating a unique picture.
In Tram Chim National Park, Tam Nong district, rice is grown around the primeval Melaleuca forest creating a unique picture.

In addition, lotus is also a local soil-compatible agricultural product. Lotus is now cultivated in most districts, with a total area of ​​about 360 hectares, according to the Dong Thap Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism. Farmers take advantage of the area of ​​rice fields to create interesting natural masterpieces. When the lotus blooms, the pale pink petals bring a faint scent, dotting the surrounding scenery.

From Ho Chi Minh City, you go straight to the West on National Highway 1A for more than 130 km, you will come to An Thai Trung junction (also known as An Huu) in Cai Be district, Tien Giang province, then turns right about 40 km to the center of Ho Chi Minh City. Dong Thap province – Cao Lanh city. Around Cao Lanh city are rural districts such as Thanh Binh, Tam Nong, Thap Muoi and Lap Vo…

Ripe rice fields surround a small lotus pond.
Ripe rice fields surround a small lotus pond.

Coming to Dong Thap on this occasion, visitors can also attend the Dong Thap Lotus Festival, which was held for the first time in Cao Lanh city, with many activities, culinary spaces, souvenirs…

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