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|Can Gio Mangrove Forest from above. Photo: Can gio tourist|
Can Gio is located 50 km from downtown Ho Chi Minh City. It is famous for Can Gio Mangrove Forest which has been listed as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. The site is an important wildlife sanctuary in Vietnam as it is characterized by a wetland bio system dominated by mangrove and many rare species.
|Monkey Island. Photo: Motogo|
|The River Confluence. Photo: Nguyen Van Sang|
|Oyster farming rafts. Photo: Bui Van Nghiep|
|Sleeping bat. Photo: Phan Thanh Son|
|Can Gio Mangrove Forest. Photo: Internet|
|Monkey Island. Photo: Mekong Delta Tour|
|Photo: Nguyen Thanh Tung|
|Binh Khanh Bridge connects Ho Chi Minh with Can Gio. Photo: Vietnamtourist|
|Salt farmer in Can Gio. Photo: Nguyen Manh Cuong|
|Salt farmer in Can Gio. Photo: Vietnam Tourist|
|Little girl with nipa palm fruits. Photo: Tran Cao Bao Long|
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