A great way to spend an afternoon in Can Tho would be to visit the Ninh Kieu Wharf. Since Can Tho city lies along the Hau River; which is one of the biggest rivers in Mekong Delta, the wharf is hard to miss. This famous tourist spot is Can Tho’s greatest landmark and is frequented by locals and foreigners. Ninh Kieu dock was formerly extremely busy during the war period and has now been turned into a park and recreational area. This poetic dock is the most scenic site in Can Tho; offering stunning views of the river and Can Tho Bridge, and is the ideal spot to experience stunning sunsets. The dock is also where tourists start their trip to the floating market. Those visiting in the evening will come across numerous food stalls serving a variety of authentic Vietnamese dishes.
Throughout the day
Around 2 hours
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The picturesque views
Muslim visitors to Ninh Kieu Wharf will not be able to find prayer facilities at the attraction. They will also be unable to locate a mosque or Islamic Centre in the city of Can Tho. If lucky, Muslim tourists may however be able to find a secluded place at the wharf to offer their prayers.
As mentioned above, visitors to Ninh Kieu Wharf will be able to locate plenty of food kiosks. While the food served at these stalls may not be Halal, Muslim tourists should be able to find suitable vegetarian and seafood dishes. For those looking for Halal food in particular, the Newdelhi Halal India Food is one known Halal restaurant in Can Tho.