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August 5, 2021, 7:10 pm

In photos: Can Gio – Saigon’s green lung

(08:52:32 AM 24/03/2014)
( - About 50 kilometers from HCM City, Can Gio is compared to a "green lung" of the city, with sea and mangrove forests. It has become the favorite destination of local and foreign tourists.

Travelers can go to Can Gio by buses and motorcycles. Passing the Binh Khanh Ferry is the territory of Can Gio District. This island district is known for water coconuts and mangroves.

Pretty small roads with shady trees on the roadside are a "specialty" of Can Gio. Many visitors enjoy walking to enjoy the fresh air.
In Can Thanh, visitors will feel the quiet life in this suburban town. They will see stalls selling coconut juice along the road.
The 30/4 beach is a familiar destination.
Young people play team building games on the beach.
A seafood market near the sea
Tourists can buy fresh seafood at the market and rent cooking tools to process seafood on the spot.
At midyear, the white reed flower fields in Can Gio become ideal places for taking photos.
Can Thanh beach in the afternoon.
Rung Sac resort.
Coming to Can Gio, visitors will have the chance to mix themselves with the beautiful nature.


Source: VNE

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