An Binh Island, and Binh Hoa Phuoc Island

Visitors will be delighted by the gardens of An Binh Island, and Binh Hoa Phuoc Island, both famous for their succulent fruit. The island of An Binh and Binh Hoa Phuoc emerge from the middle of the Tien River, just opposite the town of Vinh Long. The island covers an area of about 6,000ha and has four communes, including An Binh, Binh Hoa Phuoc, Hoa Ninh, and Dong Phu in Long Ho District.

There is fertile rich soil, fresh water, and many fruit trees. Several fruit orchard are opened to the public. Visitors can walk among the trees, relax in hammocks, try all kinds of delicious tropical fruits, and sometimes ones have a meal or saty overnight.

Mr. Sau Giao’s Flower Garden in Hoa Ninh has hundreds of various ornamental plants, such as yellow apricots, chieu thuy plums, and jasmine. There are longan and mango trees and fish ponds all around the garden.

Mr. Muoi Day’s Stilt-House is made of wood on the Ninh Hoa Canal. Beside the house are fruit tree gardens of longans, grapefruits and sapodillas. You can stay here for lunch or overnight.

Mr. Hai Hoang’s Old House was built in French style with a large yard, and a rambutan and longan tree gardens in the back. Lunch and evening stays are available.

Tien Chau ancient Pagoda

Tien Chau ancient Pagoda is situated in An Binh River Island (An Binh Commune, Long Ho District). At first it was called Di Da Tu. At the end of the 19th century Di Da Pagoda was severely damaged and restored in the year of pig (1889). This name Tien Chau Tu (Tien Chau Pagoda) was officially accepted then.

The present Tien Chau Pagoda is of the same size as that of 1899. Di Da Tu is an old Pagoda and Bai Tien (the Fairy Beach) is a scenery spot so this place of interest has attracted lots of tourists. This Tien Chau Pagoda was officially recognized by the Ministry of Cultural and Information as a national art and architecture heritage on December 12, 1994.