We take part in the one-day tour of New Coffee Meidi and Pengzhi. The tour fee is very cheap. It's 60 yuan. So it's not surprising that we have some shopping items while visiting the traditional workshop. But we can rest assured that we can never buy and sell by force. The experience is not bad. And the arrangement is very compact and fancy. We come to the Mekong River by bus and enter the village by boat. We go through a large area of banana forest to see rice paper and coconut cake making. We go to another place for lunch by boat (the highlight is fried elephant earfish). Then we go to a honey workshop, Vietnamese music performance, and taste melons and fruits by carriage. Then we change boats and walk through the finer waterways and denser forests. Look at the traditional process of making coconut candy. Finally, return to the ship and bus to Ho Chi Minh City.
The Mekong River flows through Myanmar, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, and eventually Vietnam flows into the South China Sea. Because of its abundant rainfall in South Asia, the Mekong River has a very large volume, especially in the Mekong Delta, which is close to the mouth of the sea and is several hundred meters wide.
The Mekong River originated in China, flowed into Myanmar, through many countries in Southeast Asia, and finally from Vietnam into the South China Sea. The Delta into the sea is already tropical, where the climate is hot and the plant production is flourishing. It is a paradise for plants.
The Mekong River flows through Ho Chi Minh in the upstream countries and then into the South China Sea, forming a rich Mekong Delta downstream, rich in rice and coconut. In this area, boating can experience Vietnam's water customs, and the cost of shipping is not expensive.
The Mekong River is an international river originating in China. It flows through Myanmar, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. It flows into the South China Sea near Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. In the delta area, the river runs vertically and horizontally with flourishing vegetation.