Floating houses at Chau Doc, An Giang
Floating houses at Chau Doc, An Giang

An Giang

An Giang Province is located in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam, sharing the border with Cambodia. The provincial capital of An Giang is Chau Doc City which is a popular for travelers to stop on trips between Vietnam and Cambodia.

Tourist attractions in An Giang include the Cham floating villages at Chau Doc, Cham brocade village of Chau Giang, Sam Mountain, Tra Su Nature Reserve, the rice fields with sugar palms at Tri Ton, the Seven Mountains (That Son)… AdventureGreen has bike tours and motorbike tours for you to discover An Giang and the Mekong Delta.

Chau Doc - An Giang - Vietnam
Chau Doc, An Giang, Vietnam

 

Chau Doc - An Giang - Vietnam
Long Xuyen, An Giang, Vietnam

1/ Cham Village of Chau Giang
The village is 3km from Chau Doc across the Hau River (Bassac). Visiting the village, you’ll learn about the Cham culture: visiting the Mubarak Mosque, watching how the Cham brocades are made…

Chau Doc - An Giang - Vietnam
The Mekong River in An Giang Province

2/ The Sam Mountain (8km southwest of Chau Doc Market):
At the base of the mountain, there is Mieu Ba Chua Su and Thoai Ngoc Hau Tomb. The top of Sam Mountain offers great views over the countryside of Vietnam and Cambodia.

3/ Tra Su Nature Reserve (in Van Giao, Tinh Bien, An Giang, 30km southwest of Chau Doc):
Tra Su includes 850 hectares of cajeput forest which is home to several species of flora and fauna (70 bird species, animal species,…). Tra Su can be visited by bicycle, rowing boat or motorboat. There is an observation for panoramic views of the whole forest.

4/ Ta Pa ricefields (Nui To Commune, Tri Ton District, 45km south of Chau Doc):
The idyllic rice fields with eye-pleasing colors are enhanced by swaying sugar palm trees. You’ll certainly be happy with the photos taken of the landscape.