Five famous fruit gardens in Southwest Viet Nam

If you’re looking for a mini getaway to unwind and escape the hustle and bustle of city life – consider spending it with mother nature in one of Viet Nam’s five famous fruit gardens located in the southwest region.

Vinh Long Fruit Garden

The ambrosial fragrances of the Vinh Long Fruits Garden have made it a top travel destination by tourists for years.  The gardens offer a wide variety of fruit in all four seasons.

Here visitors can relax and get enjoyable hands-on experience in harvesting fresh fruit in the aromatic orchards and gardens.

Lai Thieu Orchard

Located 20 km north-east of Ho Chi Minh City in Binh Duong province, the Lai Thieu 1,200 hectare orchards are quite simply wonderful and home to thousands of ancient fruit trees.

Purple mangosteen is the fruit that has established Lai Thieu Orchard’s reputation for excellence.

Cai Mon Orchard Village

Cai Mon Orchard Village – most often referred to as the kingdom of bonsai – is located at Vinh Thanh Commune in the Cho Lach District of Ben Tre Province.

Apart from bonsai, visitors will surely to enjoy the vast array of pleasant scents of other tropical fruits such as langsat, mangosteen, durian.

Cai Be Fruit Garden

About 70 kilometres north of Ho Chi Minh City, Cai Be is well-known as one of the most productive fruit gardens.

Its specialties include the flowery and fruity aromas of the ever popular Nam Roi grapefruit, longan, and oranges.

Lam Dong Fruit Garden

Lam Dong stands out from the rest with its highly perfumed gardens lambasted with the fresh scents of persimmon, avocado, strawberries, rambutan, durian, jackfruit, and mangosteen. 


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