Located on the bank of the Tien River, Vinh Thanh Commune, Cho Lach District, Ben Tre Province, Cai Mon Orchard Village is not only considered as the kingdom of bonsai but also known as the cradle of fruit crops in Southern Vietnam where you can enjoy tropical fruits in any season of year.

Cai Mon Orchard Village

In the name of Cai Mon, “Cai” means a big canal while “Mon” is is referred to Mum which means honey in Khmer. Explaining the origin of this name, locals say that once upon a time, the two banks of the canal in Cai Mon used to have a lot of honey as this region is a land off lush fruits, flowers are blooming all year round

Cai Mon Orchard Village

There are thousands of households in Cai Mon growing the traditional flowers such as marigold, dahlia, carnation… In particular, Cai Mon also preserves a dozen of rose species including velvety rose, yellow rose, Elizabeth rose, Korokit rose…In addition, visitors can find valuable hundred-year ornamental trees such as fig, carambola, areca, apricot… All of them become excellent art works by the skilled hands of artisans. Therefore, Cai Mon has many rest and recreation places according to the garden tourism model. Visitors can visit the areas of cultivating saplings, planting and manipulating bonsai.

Cai Mon Orchard Village

Walking along winding roads, admiring lush artistic gardens and you might feel like being lost in an amazing royal garden. After enjoying “the kingdom of bonsais”, you can stopover in lush orchards in Cai Mon to taste delicious fruits such as langsat, mangosteen, durian…

During the latter half of lunar December, the entire Cai Mon village is filled with flowers and green plants, creating a spectacularly colourful scene. Don’t miss…



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