7:30 am: Visiting Prison Provinciale
Located at 8, Ngo Gia Tu street, Tan An ward, Ninh Kieu district, Prison Provinciale was built by the French colonialists in 1878-1886 to detain prisoners in Can Tho province and neighboring provinces in the delta. the Mekong River. For over a hundred years, this is the evidence of crimes committed by the colonialists and imperialists as well as eloquent evidence for the indomitable spirit of the Vietnamese people. In order to raise and educate the patriotism of the next generation of children, in 1996, Ministry of Culture and Information (now is Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism) issued a decision to recognize the historic monument. Prison Provincialeis a national monument.
8:30 am: Visiting Can Tho Museum
Located at 1 Hoa Binh Boulevard, Tan An Ward, Ninh Kieu District, Can Tho City. With an area of nearly 3.000m², Can Tho Museum is considered as the largest museum in the Mekong Delta. The museum displays and introduces the artifacts of the country and people of Can Tho through historical periods, socio-cultural and socio-economic achievements of the Kinh, Chinese and Khmer people in the process of building the country, preserve and develop the country to present and beautiful future of today's Tay Do.
9:30 am: Visiting Ong pagoda
Located at No. 32 Hai Ba Trung Street, built in the years 1894-1986, Ong Pagoda, also known as Quang Trieu Hoi Quan, is a rare ancient temple of Can Tho city. Temple. The 114-year-old nationalist cultural construction was recognized as a national cultural and historical monument in 1993.
10:30 am: Visiting Khmer Temple
Located at 36 Hoa Binh Boulevard, Can Tho City, built in 1948, Munir Ansay Temple is a large Khmer temple in Can Tho City. In addition to ancient features, the pagoda also blazed a brilliant color that visitors far away attention, has long attracted many visitors, pilgrims.
11:00 am: End of tour