Ca Mau is a city in southern Vietnam. It is the capital of Ca Mau Province, a province in the Mekong Delta region, in the southernmost part of Vietnam's inland territory. Vietnam's former Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung was born and raised here. The city is known for its system of transport canals and most goods are transported here by boats and barges. The city's population is approximately 204895 in 2010's data. Ca Mau city is accessible by road via National Route 1A or by air. Ca Mau is administratively subdivided into eight urban Phuong and seven rural Xa.
Ca Mau Airport is a small airport in Ca Mau Province. It is located in the southern part of Vietnam. The airport is currently served by Vietnam Aviation Service Company (VASCO) with the flight to Ho Chi Minh City. It was initially built by the French colonist as Moranc Airfield at Quan Long town, An Xuyen province.
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If you are looking for the very warmest time to visit Ca Mau, you can visit this town from April, May, and June.
Monivongsa Bopharam - Monivongsa Bopharam Temple is located in Ca Mau city, an architectural complex that imparts the spiritual and religious culture of the Khmer people in the South. The Pagoda was built in 1964. The central tower is known as Sa La was painted by artisans, embellished with sophisticated pattern lines bearing the characteristics of Southern Buddhism.
Lam Vien Ca Mau Bird Garden - Lam Vien Bird Parkis located in ward 1, about 2km from Ca Mau city center to the west, Cultural Park also called 19-5 Lam Vien is a large entertainment area of ??about 18.2ha with many small landscapes including flower gardens, monuments, stilt houses and Uncle Ho fish ponds. It also introduces many species of mangroves such as crocodiles, turtles, monkeys, snakes, pythons, especially in the area. Bird gardens attract many visitors. The park had a forest of about 2 hectares, every afternoon came to be boisterous with thousands of birds and storks flying, gradually there were some other birds like water ducks, le, and cages also found back home to live and breed. The park has expanded the forest to 6 hectares including a pond of water and trees with many foliages, and magnifying trees along the lake to create conditions for birds to gather and develop. At the same time, it also forms a separate ecological area to protect birds and landscapes. The bird garden in ward 1 of Ca Mau city has appeared since 1995, with tens of thousands of children, this place has become an attraction for tourists and domestic and international tourists.
Thien Hau Temple - The Thien Hau Temple, officially the Ba Thien Hau Pagoda is a Chinese-style temple of the Chinese sea goddess Mazu on Nguyen Trai Street in the Cho Lon of District 5 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Thien Hau is the Vietnamese transcription of the Chinese name Tianhou, an epithet of the Chinese sea goddess Mazu, the deified form of Lin Moniang. In Vietnam, she is also sometimes known as the "Lady of the Sea." Mazuism is frequently syncretized with Taoism and Buddhism.