Located at Dinh Quan Dong Nai, La Nga fish raft is one of the very interesting tourist destinations that you should visit. About 70km from the center of Ho Chi Minh City, right next to Highway 20, the fish raft is one of the places that attracts tourists from all over the world to come here.
In the years 1989 - 1990, overseas Vietnamese returning from Cambodia to their homeland gathered together in the La Nga stream and formed a floating fishing village. Up to now, along the La Nga river, there are nearly 200 households living with more than 500 cages. The people living in the raft village live in the form of fathers and sons, thereby keeping the craft village until today.
With the design of each one above is a house made from boards and below is a fish cage, with an average water of 1.5m. The wood used to make the raft must also be a selective wood that has the strength to withstand water for a long time. Each fish raft in La Nga village is usually not fixed but will move according to the weather. If the water dries up, the raft will have to go to the middle of the river.
Coming here, visitors can admire a vast space of the river, of floating houses that are no different from the floating markets of the West. In addition, visitors can also admire the very interesting fish farming model of the people here, fish cages are the main occupation of the people here. If you have the opportunity to stop at Dinh Quan, you should not miss the opportunity to visit La Nga Dong Nai fishing village to enjoy the fresh air, watch the quiet and peaceful village.