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News for keyword : Ben Tre

Tourists can savour Ben Tre’s sweets for dessert at the Ba Beo stall on Hung Vuong Street, where the signature dish is the coconut milk custard cake.

Born in Ben Tre Province in 1983, Director of the C2T Media and Tourism Company Vo Van Phong has utilised his homeland’s indigenous natural advantages to find a different way to design tours for visitors to the locality.
Authorities of the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre are striving to promote its distinctive characteristics to lure more tourists to the province.
The Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre has served over 472,000 tourist arrivals, including nearly 200,000 foreigners, since the beginning of this year, a year-on-year rise of 12%.
Ben Tre has enormous potentials in not only agriculture but also tourism. Making full use of the favourable ecosystem, Ben Tre tourism has been developing in a more professional and sustainable manner, making it the local spearhead economic sector.
The Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre on July 18 received a certificate recognising its Nghinh Ong or whale worshipping festival as national intangible cultural heritage, the first of its kind in the locality.
– From 19-23 November 2015, Week of Culture - Tourism Mekong Delta in Ha Noi will take place with the theme “Impressive Cultural Heritage - Mekong Delta Tourism”.
Cho Lach district, the largest fruit cultivation area in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre, has created several tourism products after three years of implementing its tourism development plan in the 2012-15 period, according to the district's People's Committee.
Talking about dishes from silkie, most people would think of the “silkie steamed with Chinese herbs”, a dish which is not only delicious but also highly nutritional.
Cho Lach District, which has the largest fruit cultivation area in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Ben Tre, will hold the annual fruit festival at its Culture and Sport Centre from June 15 to 21.
The fourth annual week-long coconut festival wrapped up in the southern province of Ben Tre on April 13, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors and raking in nearly 20 billion VND (950,000 USD) in revenue. 

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