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Tra Vinh Province hosts traditional Ngo boat race

A Ngo boat race (similar to the sport of dragon boating) took place on Long Binh river of the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh on November 21, part of the traditional Ooc Om Bok Festival of the Khmer people.

Tra Vinh builds Khmer cultural, tourism village
The Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh recently launched the construction of a Khmer cultural and tourism village at a total cost of VND25.8 billion (US$1.12 million).
Bo Luy-Lo Gach pagoda relic gets national status
The relic complex of Bo Luy-Kompong Thmo pagoda, also known as Lo Gach (Brick-kiln) pagoda, in Chau Thanh district of the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh, has been recognised as a national archaeological site.
Events celebrate Khmer’s Ok-Om-Bok festival
A host of events were scheduled to celebrate ethnic Khmer people’s Ok-Om-Bok (worshipping the moon) festival in southern Tra Vinh Province from November 20 to 25.
Banh canh Ben Co is a specialty of Tra Vinh
Few people know that the rustic but delicious banh canh Ben Co (Ben Co rice noodle soup), now a famous dish in the south, originated in a small roadside eatery on National Highway 53 in Ben Co Hamlet, Nguyet Hoa Commune, Chau Thanh District, Tra Vinh Province.
Rice paper making village
My Long was originally the name of a small wet market in My Thanh Commune, Giong Trom District, Ben Tre Province which was famous for selling rice paper cakes. Through generations, the My Long rice paper cakes have become well-known in other parts of the Mekong Delta and the country as well.
 Khmer Culture Museum reopens to the public
The Khmer Culture Museum in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Tra Vinh has welcomed more than 10,000 visitors after resuming operation a month ago. The museum suspended services for two years for a restoration.
Tra Vinh celebrates intangible heritage Ok Om Bok festival
The southern province of Tra Vinh celebrated Ok Om Bok festival, and received the certificate of the recognition of the moon worshipping ritual of the Khmer ethnic minority group as the national intangible cultural heritage on November 6. 
Hang Pagoda distinctively
The Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh is home to many Khmer pagodas worth a visit, but the most popular and original one is probably Hang Pagoda, or Cave Pagoda.  
Moon worship festival gets national cultural heritage tag
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has added the Ok Om Bok (moon worship to wish for a prosperous harvest) festival to the national intangible cultural heritage list.
Strengthening investment in tourism development in Mekong Delta
(TITC) – According to Mekong Delta Tourism Association, in 2014, the region’s localities have actively invested in tourism development, contributing to attracting more international and domestic tourists.
326 artifacts from Khmer ancient life collected
The southern Tra Vinh provincial museum has collected 326 objects of antiquity of Khmer ethnic minority groups. The inventory includes 238 objects related to fishing and agriculture and 88 objects related to painting.  
Khmer celebrate heritage during Ok Om Bok festival
The Mekong Delta provinces of Tra Vinh and Soc Trang are celebrating the ethnic Khmer community's Ok Om Bok Festival with a range of cultural activities.
Tra Vinh pushing to attract international and domestic tourists
(TITC) - As a coastal province of the Mekong Delta, Tra Vinh has diversified tourism potential. In recent years, Tra Vinh tourism has prospered and created good impression with tourists at home and abroad. However, in 2013, Tra Vinh tourism has many difficulties due to the effect of global economy recession. In order to foster attracting domestic and international tourists, Tra Vinh’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism has issued a plan responding to the Tourism Stimulus Program (TSP) 2013 launched by Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism.  
Weekend market opens in HCM City
A weekend market selling fresh food and hand-made products kicks off today at the Crescent Mall in District 7, with the aim of acting as a bridge between city residents, particularly those in the Phu My Hung area, and the makers of traditional products.