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Fruit festival opens in Mekong Delta province

Fruit festival opens in Mekong Delta province

The Mekong Delta fruit festival opened in My Khanh village, Phong Dien district, Can tho province on May 28. It is part of activities to welcome the 2008 Mekong-Can Tho National Tourism Year held from May 28 to June 2.
The festival will display and sell select varieties of fruit, ornamental plants, and handicraft products. It attracts more than 200 renowned orchards from southern Tay Ninh province and Mekong Delta provinces.

There will be 10 stands displaying 30 traditional dishes from the south. In addition, a wide range of activities traditional games and other entertainment activities will be held for children.


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Fruit festival opens in Mekong Delta province
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