(Dan Viet) With the experience and professional skills of Song Doc town people (Tran Van Thoi district, Ca Mau province), the dried fishes produced in the rainy season when reaching consumers are still of good quality and are not different from products produced in the sunny months.View details
Coriander braised eel and lemongrass fried field-mouse dishes are the distinguishing culinary dishes of Ca Mau that any traveler in the road of the Mekong River Delta desires to taste.View details
Mentioning Ca Mau, tourists will immediately think of its products such as U Minh Ha honey, Ca Mau sea
crab, Rach Goc dried shrimp, etc. Moreover, fish sauce is also one of the attractive specialties that contribute to affirm the brand name of Ca Mau tourism by the special taste of fish sauce.
Before Dinh Dau New Year 2017, on January 24, 2017, Ca Mau City People’s Committee directed Ca Mau City Information and Culture Division to coordinate with Ca Mau Province Tourism Information and Promotion Center and the relevant agencies and organizations to hold “Taste and flavor of New Year” Food Festival in 2017. The event attracted 17 communes and wards and many local people.View details
Ca Mau Crab is a famous speciality that ocean has given to the land in the Southern pole of Vietnam. Ca Mau Crab is considered as the best one in Vietnam: crab meat is fragrant, sweet, firm into each fiber, crab-roe is fatty. They live in coastal alluvial land, rich in minerals and sea creatures are very developed, so food source for crab is plentiful. According to research by experts, crabs are high in protein, minerals and nutrients such as Omega 3 fatty acids that are good for brain and cardiovascular development and are beneficial to health, especially the elderly and children.View details
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the re-establishment of Ca Mau Province (01/01/1997 – 01/01/2017) in the joy of Ca Mau Province and in the joyous atmosphere of Dinh Dau New Year 2017, the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism held the Ca Mau delicious dishes contest 2016 at Ca Mau- Muong Thanh Hotel.View details
Phat To Pagoda (Quan Am Co Tu pagoda) is located at No. 84/4, Rach Chua Street, Ward 4, Ca Mau city, Ca Mau province. It was built in 1840 and restored and embellished for many times but still remains with the ancient architecture with tiled roofs similar to pavilion roof of…View details