Leg No. 5: Cà Mau-
This is the longest leg of Xuyen Viet-
Highway 63 crosses both Cà Mau and Kiên Giang provinces. The main attraction on this highway is that it goes through a relatively rural area of both provinces. The ride is scenic and the road is surrounded by lush vegetations and rice fields. The houses on this highway are mostly made of dried palm leaves.
The Cái Lớn River runs adjacent to Highway 63 and divides An Biên and Châu Thành districts. The Ferry Tác Cậu-
Upon arrival at the town of Minh Lương, you should veer to the left and take the road into Rạch Giá. This road is Highway 80 and it is relatively wide. Rach Giá is a relatively large town. Phú Quốc Island is also only few hour ferry ride away. Spend a couple of days here to get to know the town and also to pay a visit to Phú Quốc Island. Aside from the sandy beaches and pristine water, Phú Quốc is also known for its renowned fish sauce industry.