Things to see and do
Dedicated to Rach Gia's favourite martyr, this pagoda is set a short walk from town. The main attraction is the bust of Nguyen Trung Truc, which stands out the front. There's a small English-language explanation of his undertakings inside the pagoda. He led attacks against the French in the mid ... read more
If you arrive at Rach Gia by bus you'll be dropped at Rach Soi, some 7km to the east of town. There's a stunning outdoor market here and it's worth making an early morning trip out here to take a look and perhaps take a few snaps.
This small museum on Nguyen Van Troi St was closed when we passed through Rach Gia -- it contains a small selection of wares from the archeological digs at Oc-Eo. Admission is free.
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