Land of idyllic beauty in An Giang
Located near the border with Cambodia, An Giang is well known for its sugarcane and green rice fields as well as ethnic Vietnamese fishermen who have lived and fished its waters for centuries.
Ethnic fisherman casts his net on the Mekong River at sunset.
The lives of the people here are associated with fields of sugarcane stretching as far as the eye can see.
Sunset on open fields creates a peaceful setting, limpid.
Fishermen casts his net during one of the regions two rainy seasons, as the sun breaks through the overcast clouds.
Here guests can feel the crisp life of ethnic fishermen as it has existed for centuries.
The weather is usually sunny and hot but is not too harsh.
Canoes and boats are the main means of transportation for every family providing visitors an idyllic place to escape the hustle and bustle of urban life.
View of a floating fishing village as ethnic families own no land.
The region is well known for its slower pace of life.
Ethnic villagers ride bicycles, a primary mode of transportation for thousands of years.
Lotus flowers are a primary source of income for ethnic villagers.
Young rice season, the fields like a green carpet untouched, fertile beauty as are prepubescent girls.
Both fields rice incense fragrance - refreshing fragrance gives a pleasant feeling, incredible peace.