Muslim Mekong Delta (My Tho) Islands Tour

Mekong Day Tour With Halal Food And Prayer Breaks



Meet and greet at your hotel at 8.00am. Start a scenic drive south for about 2 hours from Ho Chi Minh City to My Tho, the gateway to the Mekong Delta. Known as the “rice bowl” of Vietnam, the Delta is the most fertile region in the country, and the main producer of rice and tropical fruits.


From My Tho, take a relaxing cruise across the Tien river to Unicorn island, where we will visit a honey bee farm and taste honeybee tea. After watching a local cultural song and dance performance, we will take a slow walk through a fruit orchard, before embarking on a slow sampan ride through an interesting winding canal.


After leaving Unicorn Island, Phoenix Island beckons; the site of coconut candy workshop, where you can learn how coconut candy is processed by hand, and even buy gifts of pure coconut oil and other items.


Finally, we will visit Masjid Jami'ulmuslimin, the only mosque in My Tho, where we will break for Salat  according to local prayer times. After lunch at a local Halal restaurant, we will head back to Ho Chi Minh city.


Arrive at your hotel at about 4.00pm.



  • Picturesque countryside sceneries and rice farms
  • Enjoyable boat trip across the Tien river by speedboat
  • Local cultural song and dance performance
  • Local produce including fresh fruits / honeybee tea
  • Paddle through the mangrove in a row boat
  • Horse cart ride
  • Discover local workshops and a coconut processing factory
  • Visit local Mosque in My Tho
And for those who can't get enough of My Tho, an evening firefly tour through the mangrove is also available upon request.


Group size

2 3 4 5
Tour price per person (USD) 90 64 51 44

  • Duration: 10hrs
  • Min. 2 pax to travel
  • Pickup from hotel
  • Free cancellation 72 hours
  • Free customization

  • Transportation by private car
  • Entrance fees and boat rides
  • Local Halal lunch
  • English speaking host
  • Amenities: mineral water, wet wipes
  • Personal insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips are not compulsory