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29 Jan 2018
“Stremely disappointed”
4 Dec 2017
“No boats”
Cai Be Town, Vietnam
+84 98 827 67 54
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Reviewed 29 January 2018

I was really disappointed at this place called floating market but serveral boats on the river with there and they sell their product for wholesales only.

Thank Eddie_Sin15
Reviewed 5 December 2017 via mobile

Arrived around 7:30am. About 5 boats were still there. Maybe it was because of the day(Tuesday, CAI re is closed then) or because of the decline of watermarkets.

Thank HaukeV8
Reviewed 1 October 2015

We can use a car or speedboat ( very expensive)to Caibe.then we take a motorized boat to visit floating market & craft village.according to me ,this is a tourist place but if you choose a good tour guide ,he will bring you into the village...More

Thank VietnamPrivateTravel
Reviewed 4 May 2015

Cai Be is one of the the famous floating market in the Mekong delta. The most prominent feature of this area is the image wholesale floating market where buyer and seller mone around by boat. You should buy some fruit and enjoy them, beside you...More

Thank ThuanLoi
Reviewed 25 February 2015

The small Cai Be floating market was interesting because, as our guide pointed out, each boat has a sample of what's for sale on an pole suspended above the boat. There wasn't much shopping when we floated by on the the way to the rice...More

Reviewed 24 February 2015

There really is not much of a floating market left in Cai Be. The government is and has been trying to relocate the boat people. Some are still there, and we had other things to do as part of the Cai Be portion of the...More

Thank E3242OSrobm
Reviewed 18 February 2015 via mobile

Visit Cái Bè town with interesting things of scense at waterway culture of Tiền Giang and Vĩnh Long - Beautiful Mekong Riverside resort - exciting town by the water - a traditional products village in an peaceful village - the quiet Phù Châu pagoda where...More

Thank a-wild-wolf
Reviewed 29 January 2015

A very peaceful tour with lot of time on boat and great food. An experience of mekong delta, remind me of "L'amant" film.

Thank ThuyDuongLe
Reviewed 10 January 2015

A fascinating floating market, with all of the goods sold from boats away from the riverbank. Examples of the goods on offer are stuck high up on a pole so that you know which boat to go to. There was also an area where local...More

Thank wendyanddavid536
Reviewed 14 December 2014

Floating markets will soon be relics, as modern transportation and communication make these markets obsolete. Enjoy the experience while it is still viable. Multiple vendors on a multitude of boats makes for an interesting shopping experience.

Thank must_travel_soon_10
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