THE ORCHARDS OF CAI MON BEFORE TET..

Vietnamese New Year – The orchard of Cai Mon before Tet

According to Vietnamese tradition, the Lunar New Year is the most important occasion of the year. Vietnamese New Year is an occasion for families to gather each other to share about the old year and hope for good things in the new year. This is also considered the most beautiful season, with hundreds of flowers blooming, lush fruits, and a cool climate.  DMC Image Travel will help your customers visualize the scenery of this Spring through a famous tourist destination in the South of Vietnam with the beautiful Cai Mon Orchard Village. At this place, your customers will discover the orchard of Cai Mon before Tet that are given to this land by nature.

Vietnamese New Year - The orchard of Cai Mon before Tet

The orchard of Cai Mon before Tet

1. Flowers in Cai Mon before Vietnamese New Year

On the occasion of Tet, in addition to traditional flowers such as apricots, chrysanthemums, carnations of India ... families also own a type of ornamental plants of different shapes and sizes depending on the family's preferences such as dragon, phoenix, deer.

Vietnamese New Year - The orchard of Cai Mon before Tet

Flowers in Cai Mon

2. Succulent tropical fruit in the orchard of Cai Mon

When exploring Cai Mon Orchard, your customers will have the opportunity to taste fresh fruits depending on the season.

The Orchard of Cai Mon before Tet

Succulent tropical fruit

Enjoy this magical moment where your clients can even pick tropical fruit from the tree. A great way to get a taste of Vietnam throughout its delicious fruits.

Vietnamese New Year The Orchard of Cai Mon before Tet

Pick tropical fruit from the tree

3. Ornamental plants are grown in many different forms

When your customers travel to Cai Mon orchard village, they will encounter cacti planted in small pots or flowerpots hanging overhead. The locals are extremely creative in displaying flowerpots.

The orchard of Cai Mon before Tet Cacti

The orchard of Cai Mon

Flowerpots hanging overhead

After visiting the orchard in Cai Mon orchard, your customers can explore the surrounding villages to learn more about traditional trades, discover Ben Tre specialties or let your soul dance to Southern folk music (Don ca tai tu).

Southern folk music

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