Situated in southwestern Vietnam, Kien Giang borders An Giang, Can Tho, Ca Mau provinces and part of Cambodia. The province is home to 100 islands and islets. It can be said that the nature’s favour offers the peaceful land seas, mountains and lakes. Especially, Kien Giang has beautiful beaches and untouched by natural disasters.
Kien Giang attracted the consideration of poets long time ago. The mountain here is not too big, but mild and pure and covered by fresh streams. The mountain is also a place to keep historical relics of Mac Thien Tich, Mac Cuu, who founded the land. Visitors to Kien Giang sometimes wonder that what creates the characteristics of the land as the sweetness of Cuu Long river is still running through the province together with the salty sea.
Nowadays, Kien Giang is a tourist destination where attract many domestic and foreign visitors thanks to available air services from Ho Chi Minh City to the airports in Ha Tien, Rach Gia and Phu Quoc or by road or waterways. Most of visitors to Kien Giang are eager to explore Ha Tien with 10 most beautiful landscapes.
In the morning, visitors can see the charming sun down at the premitive beach in Ngoc islet in Phu Quoc. Tourists selected Phu Quoc island the most favourite destination in 2009, even surpassing Ha Long Bay.
Mo So grotto, Phu Tu islet, Hang pagoda have lived many centuries and are still attractive to tourists due to their special identities. The rare and precious Da Dung mountain contains stalactites resounding the area as an echo of legend. When visitors wish to find a place for rest, please visit Mui Nai tourism area, where there are not only sea and sand, but also a modern and safe entertainment area and attracts a lot tourists when visiting Kien Giang./.